Posts tagged "art"
Artwork by Kristjana S. Williams for the Connaught hotel

Artwork by Kristjana S. Williams for the Connaught hotel

We like the unique artwork created by the brand consultancy The Partners and contemporary artist Kristjana S. Williams to celebrate the heritage and the spirit of London’s for the Connaught hotel. The Connaught, situated at the heart of London’s Mayfair, approached The Partners to create an identity that captured the spirit of the hotel, and,...
Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR solo exhibition at Catherine Ahnell gallery

Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR solo exhibition at Catherine Ahnell gallery

Catherine Ahnell Gallery presents a solo exhibition by French artist Mehdi LeMoDuLeDeZeeR. LeMoDuLeDeZeeR has appeared in numerous exhibitions with paintings, videos and art installations since 2005, and has exhibited at places such as Les Bain Douches curated by Magda Danysz, Galerie Du Jour Agnès B, GZ Gallery at Carrousel du Louvre. I’m really happy to...
Apocalyptic scenes and impressionistic sensitivity by Viktor Rosdahl

Apocalyptic scenes and impressionistic sensitivity by Viktor Rosdahl

Christian Larsen gallery will open an exhibition with artist Viktor Rosdahl on Friday 23rd of August. Sometimes his work consists of grandiose cityscapes, where Rosdahl’s typical aerial swirls spread out ominously above the buildings on the ground. The paintings evoke visions of a kind of urban hell where all human life has been pushed to...
Stockholm Design Week goes "Underverk"

Stockholm Design Week goes “Underverk”

During the soon upcoming Stockholm Design Week, a new and alternative fair will see the light of day – the Guerilla Design and Art Week.  The collaborative online art and design platform, UNDERVERK is hosting the event that takes place in the same period as the regular design festival, from 4 to 10 February. The...
Sense & sustainability

Sense & sustainability

From July the 21st to September 23rd, 2012 the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve (Basque Country) will serve as the scene of the international contemporary art project Sense & Sustainability, curated by Alberto Sánchez Balmisa and organized by the Fundación 2012 Fundazioa. Sense & Sustainability includes 10 site specific installations developed by 10 international artists. They have developed...
Curiosity object by Gaëlle Gabillet & Stéphane Villard

Curiosity object by Gaëlle Gabillet & Stéphane Villard

Gaëlle Gabillet & Stéphane Villard have made a Curiosity object which is both pieces of furniture and display windows. The lights act as small curiosity cabinets highlighting the beauty and strangeness of their subjects. These lights question what is to be looked at: the object or its content? Where are we supposed to be focusing our...
A poetic temporary snow drawing

A poetic temporary snow drawing

The artist Sonja Hinrichsen recently made a beautiful large scale snow drawing at Rabbit Ears Pass in Colorado. Like the tracks you did as kid, but this time with a far more poetic touch. Sonja made the snow drawing with the help of five choreographed friends. Below are some  images of the snow drawing by Cedar Beauregard . I’m not...
Art, pattern and complexity

Art, pattern and complexity

The David Report contributor Kristina Dryza was at the artists talk for the new exhibition opening at the Royal Institution of Australia: Art, pattern and complexity. Photos detailing the night are below and the exhibition is open until 16 May, 2012.  
Second edition of Decadent Pigeons in Barcelona

Second edition of Decadent Pigeons in Barcelona

Lisa Klappe and Joachim van der Hurk have been invited back to Barcelona to present a second edition of Decadent Pigeons. The exhibition will take place from 12 January till 2 February 2012 at Galeria La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona, Spain. They will set up an extended mix of static portraits, grubby films and living sculptures....
Klaus Enrique Gerdes' recreation of the work by the artist Arcimboldo

Klaus Enrique Gerdes’ recreation of the work by the artist Arcimboldo

During a photo shooting of a human eye that was peeking out amongst hundreds of leaves, it occurred to photographer Klaus Enrique Gerdes that he could actually utilize leaves to construct portraits or masks. He researched what other artists had created along these lines and discovered Giuseppe Arcimboldo, who made paintings with this concept in mind over...