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"Sentinels" by Victoria Klotz

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"Sentinels" by Victoria Klotz,  2009, PCI les Abattoirs, Pau

Ten wild animals on masts. Made in polyethylene, they include a zebra, a fox, a owl, a white goat, a polar wolf, an indian antelope, a bighorn sheep, a wild boar, a chamois, a badger.

 

http://www.victoria-klotz.com

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Chris Burden - “Urban Light"

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Chris Burden created Urban Light in 2008 from 202 restored cast iron antique street lamps.

For the artist, the street lights symbolize a  civilized, sophisticated city that was safe after dark and beautiful to look at. The lights are powered by solar energy and are on every night from dusk until dawn. The individual lights were collected from various resources, including the Rose Bowl flea market. The lamps were all painted a neutral gray in order to draw attention to their individual details and maintain a cohesive installation. At first glance, the lamps appear to be in a perfect grid, however. depending on where the viewer stands, the lamps arrange themselves in different angles.

 

The work has made appearances in Hollywood films, commercials, and photo shoots and is quickly becoming a must see for Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 

 


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Stella Zhang: "0-Viewpoint"

Stella Zhang's 0-Viewpoint, the 2009 Xian Rui artist's debut at Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco, curated by Abby Chen

 

http://www.stellazhang.net/

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Beili Liu: "the Red Thread"

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Beili Liu: "Red Thread", 2008, Chinese Culture Center, San Francisco

 

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Chiharu Shiota: "Infinity", Daniel Templon Gallery

1st images of the preparation of the exhibition of Chiharu Shiota, "Infinity" Opening Saturday, January 7, 2012 from noon to 20H The exhibition runs until February 18, Daniel Templon Gallery, Paris

 

http://www.chiharu-shiota.com/

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Orly Genger: "Masspeak"

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Orly Genger's "Masspeak" piles three tons of nylon climbing rope around the Larissa Goldston Gallery, NYC, 2010

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Paris-Delhi-Bombay

Centre Pompidou, exhibition: Paris-Delhi-Bombay, 2011

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Gabriel Dawe

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Gabriel Dawe (Mexican/Canadian) is a mixed media textile artist who specializes in large-scale installations and environments crafted out of thread. His mesmerizing use of color and skilled craft of construction references the self organizing forces of nature.

 

Exhibition 2011, Peel Gallery, Huston, USA

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Roso: installation

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Roso: installation at Clark Shoes Headquarters in Street Somerset, South England, 2008

 

The installation itself was developed from a single observation – Light is only seen when reflected. A light beam coming through a window is only visible because light is reflected in the millions of dust particles floating in the air.

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Dale Chihuly

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An American-born and based glass artist, Dale Chihuly, art glass installations.

 

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Tim White-Sobieski: “The Baby”

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Tim White-Sobieski: “The Baby”, "Visor'd", 2009, Rupert Ravens Contemporary, New York City

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Sigalit Landau: "King of the Shepherds and the Concealed Part"

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Sigalit Landau: "King of the Shepherds and the Concealed Part", installation view, Israeli Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale, 2011

 

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Ayse Erkmen: “Plan B”

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Ayse Erkmen: “Plan B”, Venice Biennale, Turkish Pavilion, 2011

 

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Maya Lin at Pace Wildenstein

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Maya Lin's Three Ways of Looking at the Earth at the Pace Wildenstein gallery hosted three of the artist's conceptual, systematic explorations of landscapes. The artist, known for monumental and earthworks, created landscapes that would transform viewers’ perspectives about the land and the sea by inviting them to navigate around, through and under these site-related installations. In 2x4 Landscape, Lin used 50,000 individually cut pieces of wood to create a pixelated landscape, reminiscent of architecture. Maya Lin’s work aims to reveal something new and startling about the planet we inhabit. The artist also hopes to bring attention to the physical relationship we have with the natural environment. 

 

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Franz Ackermann: "Gateway"

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Gateway, by German painter and installation artist Franz Ackermann, Altermodern, Tate Triennial, 2009, London

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Beili Liu: "The Mending Project"

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Beili Liu: "The Mending Project", 2011, Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, Texas

 

Beili Liu is sitting underneath 1,500 pairs of sharp Chinese scissors that are suspended from the ceiling.

 

www.beililiu.com/

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Xian Rui 2008 - Beili Liu - Chinese Culture Center on Blip

Lure by Beili Liu, Curated by Abby Chen, first Xian Rui artist debut at Chinese Culture Center...

 

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"Memories of the future", exhibition

(Director: Jean-Nicolas Schoeser) Memories of the future, Olbricht Collection, October 22 to January 15, 2012
Presented for the first time in France, the collection of German Thomas Olbricht combines objects from cabinet of curiosities, works ...
La maison rouge, Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris

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Street Installations by Mark Jenkins

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Mark Jenkins makes human body casts out of saran wrap and packing tape. He then places them around the city for a variety of humorous and thought provoking effects. In addition to creating art, he also teaches his sculpture techniques through workshops in cities he visits. He currently lives in Washington, DC.

Jenkins’ practice of street art is to use the “street as a stage” where passersby become actors. Many of his installations have resulted in intervention by the authorities whom he also regards as actors. Most of his early outdoor works were non-commissioned.

 

www.xmarkjenkinsx.com/


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Philip Beesley: "Sargasso"

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architect Philip Beesley: "Sargasso", Luminato Festival, 2011, Toronto, Brookfield Place

 

“Sargasso” is a vast canopy consisting of tens of thousands of lightweight, digitally-fabricated components which form an interconnected network of metal, acrylic, and mylar elements. Sargasso slowly shifts and floats above the pedestrian traffic, while shaping the nature of the environment itself.

 

www.philipbeesleyarchitect.com/

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Masaru Ozaki: Christmas Trees

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In 2009 Parco has commissioned the internationally-known Japanese light installation artist Masaru Ozaki to create a Christmas tree installation in front of the Parco #1 building.

Like many of Masaru Ozaki’s other works, the Shibuya Christmas trees feature light projections onto surfaces to make those surfaces appear to come to life. In this case, the surfaces on which the light show is projected onto are white cubes of various sizes stacked into the shape of a Christmas tree forest.

 

http://motiondesignmagic.com/

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Tim Noble & Sue Webster: "Dirty White Trash (with Gulls)"

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Tim Noble & Sue Webster: "Dirty White Trash (with Gulls)", 1998

 

Artistic duo Tim Noble and Sue Webster are known for their creative experiments, which often utilize waste materials and light projectors. The “trash” used is often rubbish they collect on the streets of London. Sans projector, the artwork above appears to be just a mess of paper bags and wrappers, but once a light is shone—at just the right angle—onto the heap of garbage, out comes a clearly outlined and detailed image reflected onto a solid-colored backdrop.

 

www.timnobleandsuewebster.com

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Zhan Wang

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Beijing-based artist Zhan Wang sculpted the San Francisco cityscape out of pots, pans, graters, and other kitchenware. Exhibition of Wang's work at San Francisco's Asian Art Museum, 2008

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Adrián Villar Rojas: "The Murderer of Your Heritage."

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Argentinean artist Adrián Villar Rojas: "The Murderer of Your Heritage.", "Larger than Life Sculptures", Venice Biennale, 2011

"What will the last piece of art ever to be made by a human look like before we disappear from the face of the earth?"

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Oksana Mas: "Post-vs.-Proto-Renaissance"

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An installation called 'Post-vs.-Proto-Renaissance' by Ukrainian artist Oksana Mas is made of coloured Easter eggs; Ukrainian Pavillon, Venice Biennale, 2011

 

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