The natural landscapes shown as captured by satellite imagery is as beautiful as anything artists have ever created. Some of the colors shown in the video may seem otherworldy. Most of those color anomalies are due to the fact that remotely sensed images have more information in them than just what we see in the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Some of these images are processed to show different bands so we can visually interpret data such as what is in the near infra-red band, skewing the color palette.
Smatterings of finely folded paper flocks have touched down in France as colorful and poetic statements from Mademoiselle Maurice. With facets the human-nature relationship resonating strongly, her delicate vigor in creating ...
Eco art – Environmental land art by artist Gerry Barry - Eco art – Environmental land art by artist Gerry Barry Land art instalation with rocks on the sand by Gerry Barry Gerry Barry is an Irish artist wh...
Christo and Jeanne-Claude (Würth Collection) | until 02 Feb 2013
The Würth Collection has one of the world’s largest compilations of objects, drawings and collages by the action artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude, comprising more than a hundred works. A selection of these works is now on view at the Art Forum Würth Capena (Rome)
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Art Forum Würth Capena Viale della Buona Fortuna, 2 Capena (Roma) email@example.com
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I love these intricate ceramic sculptures. They are all white, and the lack of color is good because it helps you focus on the amazing details and textures. The work combines human and animal world in these amazing pieces.
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