“Everybody Street,” a documentary about New York street photographers, takes a look at what makes some people stand on a rough corner for days at a time, all to capture something that exists for only an instant.
The Truth of Painting is an Asshole, 2013 Acrylic on canvas, 180 x 220 cm My curiosity in Liao Guohe started from his CV. He was born in Calcutta in 1977, studied mechanical drawing in the United States, and now lives in Hunan.
Hanna Liden's work looks at the ignored edges of urban living. Her new sculptures are made from cement, tin cans, beer bottles, cheap sunglasses, garbage bags, chains and other overlooked debris from city life.
GALLERIA LORCAN O’NEILL Via Orti d'Alibert, 1/E Rome
Where I live there are amazing towns nearby with such historical places to visit like a Wisconsin Concrete Park. I never knew this park existed until one day we were taking a drive to Phillips, Wisconsin a town about an hour from where i live.
Ivana Franke: In circles, 2009 Aluminium construction, monofilament, LED-lights, electric transformer. Diameter of the circle 6.9 m, height 7 cm Metal ring is suspended in horizontal position at height of 5.5 m. It is radially interwoven with monofilament (fishing line) - 360 lines are stretched between diametrically opposite points on the ring. One LED light hangs 1 m above it . Visible moving circle is made of reflections of light from the (fishing) lines. Installation view: Lability, Art Pavilion, Zagreb, 2009
Le Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris met l’art textile en lumière avec l'exposition Decorum qui présente plus d’une centaine de tapis et de tapisseries signés par des artistes modernes (Fernand Léger, Pablo Picasso) et contemporains (Dewar & Gicquel, Vidya Gastaldon).