Anthony James

Breathtaking Sculptures Depict Infinite Forests

British-born artist Anthony James uses two-way mirrors to create infinite regressions of birch trees and, in one case, his cherished Ferrari 355 Spider.

Damien Hirst The Collector 2003 - 2004 Glass, painted steel, silicone rubber, aluminium, nylon netting, Formica, MDF, chair, animatronic man in laboratory wear, microscope, radiators, humidifiers, potted plants, flowers, live butterflies, butterfly specimens, cardboard and polystyrene specimen boxes, laboratory equipment, vases, bowls, sugar-water solution, fruit, plastic scourers, plastic cups, paperwork, pencils, pen, cocktail sticks, cotton buds, mug, ashtray, cigarette packet and…

‘The Collector’ by Damien Hirst 2003 - 2004 (Source: Damien Hirst’s website)

Autonome kunst, beeld

amazing weird bizarre cool creative design sculpture mushroom cloud A-bomb tree house

Jan Hendrix  | “Hoja, Árbol y Bosque” 2012 Cancún 3 water-jet cut seven metre high extruded geometrical shapes (triangle, circle and square) in white-lacquered aluminium. The installation lies upon a water mirror that increases the sculpture’s verticality. Via yama-bato

Jan Hendrix: “Hoja, Árbol y Bosque” 2012 Cancún 3 water-jet cut seven metre high extruded geometrical shapes (triangle, circle and square) in white-lacquered aluminium. The installation lies upon a water mirror that increases the sculpture’s verticality

Jim Sanborn, Laser Cut Public Sculpture

Jim Sanborn, Laser Cut Public Sculpture

(4) GUNTER HAESE, KALOGO 1999. It was difficult to choose one sculpture, especially after I learned they were kinetic. I like this one because of the 2 cubes being slightly off balanced and the tension that creates.  The indexing of shapes reminds me of something atomic, and that relationship deepens when I see them move.

(4) GUNTER HAESE, KALOGO 1999. It was difficult to choose one sculpture, especially after I learned they were kinetic. I like this one because of the 2 cubes being slightly off balanced and the tension that creates. The indexing of shapes reminds me of something atomic, and that relationship deepens when I see them move.

Reality Show,  Ivan Navarro.

Reality Show, Ivan Navarro.

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Andrei Molodkin - Cube Acrylic tubes filled with crude oil and argon gas Andrei Molodkin was born in Boui, a town North of Moscow, Russia and started drawing using a simple ballpoint pen when he.

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

Jan Hendrix. LO, 2008. Scrap aluminum lacquered in white  Photo: Luis Fernando Ceballos. Jan Hendrix, a Dutch artist who has resided in Mexico since 1978. Installed in the spacious main exhibition space of Centro Cultural Clavijero in Morelia, Michoacán, the exhibition includes around 250 works, engravings, photographs, drawings, as well as works in metal and aluminum.

LO, Scrap aluminum lacquered in white Photo: Luis Fernando…

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