As part of the ‘Sculpture in Motion’ project, Hyundai as unveiled a large-scale kinetic installation designed by California-based artist Reuben Margolin at the opening of 2015 Milan Design Week, celebrating the relationship between movement in the natural and automotive worlds.
A floating flower garden filled with living flowers that float up and down in relation to the movement of people in the space welcomes the visitors of the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo, Japan.
Canadian artist Linda Covit has realized a large public art installation titled Havre, at the entrance of the new MUHC hospital complex in Montrèal, Canada.
In line with the third Art Basel in Hong Kong, The Peninsula Hong Kong has unveiled a ground-braking public art installation by renowned British artist and sculptor Richard Wilson.
he V&A Museum presents the only major retrospective in Europe of the work of the visionary fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
Japanese artist Nagoya Iwama was commissioned by Fukoku Life Insurance to realize an exhibition within the company’s entrance hall featuring the instantly recognizable and one of the most famous characters of Japan, Hello Kitty.
Vilnius-based artist Agne Kisonaite has realized a giant sculpture made of over 5000 used lipstick, measuring a height of 2.5 meters with an overall weight of 200 kg.
The new controversial Gift Horse by German artist Hans Haacke has been unveiled on the Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square.
Since 2006 street artist Slinkachu photographs his miniature street installations of 1″-high figures on the streets of cities around the world. In an upcoming exhibition at the Andipa Gallery titled ‘Minaturesque’, the artist will show 17 images of his latest tiny masterpieces on paper and aluminum as well as new sculptural pieces.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has unveiled his latest lighting installation, titled Waterlicht, that recreates the aurora borealis above the Netherlands’ sky, described by first visitors as “the Northern Light of the Netherlands”.
Over the Under – Manhole Art tells the story of a cabled city is an open air exhibition to show 24 manhole covers designed by renowned protagonists of the Italian fashion world.
After launching last week ‘Alex Chinneck for Vauxhall Motors: Pick yourself up and pull yourself’ today we show you a behind-the-scenes film offering insights into how the project was developed.
British artist Alex Chinneck has unveiled his latest illusory artwork in collaboration with Vauxhall Motors. Following 2014’s ‘floating building’ in Covent Garden, ‘Pick yourself up and pull yourself together’ sees the artist hang a new Vauxhall Corsa 15 feet in the air while still attached to the road at London’s Southbank Centre.
Manchester-based artist Liz West has transformed the fourth floor of the Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces Federation House into a colorful and immersive lighting installation, titled “Your Colour Perception”.