Six historic Lotus Formula 1 cars incorporated in a sculpture

July 28th, 2012 by shearyadi

Presented by Gerry Judah, the sculpture was the centrepiece in Goodwood Festival of Speed 2012, one of Britain’s largest car culture event.

Gerry Judah’s installation

The 28-metre tall sculpture was the 16th created by Gerry Judah for the Festival of Speed, an annual …

LAVA brings digital decoration to la Rinascente store window in Milan

November 24th, 2010 by shearyadi

Chris Bosse of Laboratory for Visionary Architecture [LAVA] has created a window installation for the famous Italian department store la Rinascente for its Contemporary Christmas Art windows.

LAVA brings digital decoration to la Rinascente store window in Milan

LAVA’s window installation is an origami coral reef using 1500 recycled and recyclable …

LAVA to launch giant digital origami tigers to celebrate 2010 Chinese New Year

February 2nd, 2010 by shearyadi

Two giant digital origami tigers will playfully celebrate Chinese New Year on the forecourt of Customs House, Sydney from 11 February – 14 March 2010.

The crouching digital tigers fuse ancient lantern making methods with cutting edge digital design and …

Kunsthaus Zürich shows a retrospective devoted to the work of Katharina Fritsch

June 25th, 2009 by shearyadi

From 3 June to 30 August 2009, the Kunsthaus Zürich will host a retrospective devoted to the work of Katharina Fritsch, one of the most significant artists of our day. The show will also include new pieces by the artist.…

POESY bed by Philippe Boulet, the illuminated bed is a poem

June 23rd, 2009 by shearyadi

Philippe Boulet, born in 1974, is a French designer living in Paris. He is specialised in creating illuminated furniture and items.

POESY bed by Philippe Boulet, the illuminated bed is a poem

As a business school graduated, he quickly understood that his story was to be different. It was rather that …

Kunsthaus Zürich shows: The Absence of Mark Manders

March 19th, 2009 by shearyadi

From 20 March until 14 June 2009, the Kunsthaus Zürich is hosting Switzerland’s first one-man show by artist Mark Manders. Manders creates installations-cum-sculptures, fragments of a self-portrait arranged in the form of imaginary rooms.

His lyrical, often melancholy objects, installations …

Universal Gym installation work by Thomas Hirschhorn

February 18th, 2009 by shearyadi

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to announce a new installation work by Thomas Hirschhorn, which known for sprawling works that transform traditional white cube spaces into absorbing environments.

Universal Gym installation work by Thomas Hirschhorn

By tackling the issues of critical theory, global politics, and consumerism, Hirschhorn engages …