Rachel Whiteread exhibition review – the secret life of things
Tate Britain, LondonSinks, baths, stairs, hot-water bottles, beehives and the space beneath chairs … a walk through Rachel Whiteread’s casts is a journey into a common landscape made strange
Beili Liu The Mending Project, Iron scissors, Fabric, thread, needle, mixed-media, dimensions variable The voilence of the chinese scissors hanging over head is calmed by the quiet continuous stitc…
Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson, a British artist, continues to work from her studio in Barcelona. She creates work for galleries and international designers, art collectors, art collectors - Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson
Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson, a British artist, continues to work from her studio in Barcelona. She creates work for galleries and collaborating directly with international designers, art collectors and architects worldwide.
Hou de Sousa wraps rebar in colourful string for New York installation
Coloured lights placed on the ground, under each structure, filter through the installations at night. Visitors are invited to move through the dynamic structures and engage with the pieces, the surroundings and one another while doing so.
HOTTEA Rainbow Over Williamsburg
Minneapolis-based street artist Hottea's installation titled Rituals. Rainbow-hued yarn strung above the pedestrian walkway of the Wiliiamsburg Bridge.:
A Case For Blue and White - Wit & Delight
For whatever reason, I’ve always gravitated towards shades of whites, greys, and blacks when it came to my personal style. I added warmth through textural fabrics, wood and gold accents, and I created focal points with bold patterns and purposeful pops of color. My apartments have certainly reflected this sensibility, but I have a feeling my ...
Plane.Site, San Francisco, May 18–September 17, 2016 | Gagosian
Find out more about the 2016 exhibition Plane.Site at Gagosian San Francisco. Installation views, works, editorial content, press, and more.
THE TEAM RETAINED THE INDUSTRIAL ELEMENTS OF THE ORIGINAL FACTORY, BUILT IN 1929 USING BRICK, STEEL, CONCRETE AND GLASS, WHILE CREATING A MODERN EXHIBITION SPACE FOR LARGE PIECES.