• Tag: contemporary art


    Experimental Sculptures & Installations by Jeppe Hein.

    19th February

    Jeppe Hein is a Danish artist based in Berlin and Copenhagen. His work sits “at the junction where art, architecture, and technical inventions intersect.” It’s playful, interactive and experimental, and only when the audience is present do Hein’s sculptures truly come to life. Seriously, boxes vibrate and clatter when approached, walls of water appear and his various mirror works only do their thing when people move around them.



    Interview // Tony Stephens of Artbank.

    18th December

    Artbank is a Commonwealth support program established to collect and promote the work of Australian contemporary visual artists. Formed in 1980, Artbank’s collection of some ten thousand works represents a comprehensive catalogue of Australian contemporary art over the last three decades. And the best part is this – all the pieces are available for lease…



    Design, Art & Craft Objects by David Taylor.

    25th November

    Stockholm-based Scotsman David “Superdave” Taylor is a true contemporary artisan who incorporates elements of design, art and metal craft in his work. Taylor cleverly combines post-industrial waste with precious metal, DIY components and other materials, and creates unique and extraordinary objects such as candle holders, dishes, lamps and mirrors. In his recent body of work, Taylor created a series of candlesticks with human characteristic, with each piece bearing it’s own name…



    Architectural Installations and Polyester Sculptures by Do Ho Suh.

    30th October

    Seoul-born artist Do Ho Suh is well known for his gravity defying, ghostly architectural installations and polyester sculptures. His work investigates the themes of the perception of our surroundings and how one is able to construct memory from a space…



    Cloudscapes by Tetsuo Kondo Architects at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

    11th October

    Tetsuo Kondo Architects created a small bank of clouds in the Sunken Garden of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. 
The clouds billow softly in a compact, transparent container and can be seen from the entrance hall, exhibition galleries, outdoor plaza, and other parts of the museum. This project is, in effect, an experiment in creating a new type of architectural space, one that achieves integration in engagement with its environment…



    Highlights From The 55th Venice Biennale 2013.

    11th June

    Venice Biennale 2013 (La Biennale di Venezia) is the closest thing art has to the Olympics. The 55th International Art Exhibition attempts to capture the rich diversity of the art-world, with all it’s unexpected sights and sounds. Established in 1895, the Venice Biennale is the oldest and most important event on the international contemporary visual arts calendar. It is also the world’s largest non-commercial art exhibition, and this year it features shows from 88 countries across the entire city. More than 150 artists are taking part in the Biennale, and the event attracts approximately 300,000 world-wide visitors – from artists, art-lovers and collectors…




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