Archiv des Schlagworts: sculpture

  • A few invisible sculptures

    What are we talking about when we talk about sculpture? New York based photographer Andrea Galvani calls widely accepted definitions of the medium into question. Thus A Few Invisible Sculptures: The Perception of Immateriality provides a sober and insightful reflection ... Weiter →

  • Flying over the Tulips Fields

    Looking at the tulip fields can spring a few surprises, particularly the view from above. Flying over the Tulips Fields by Normann Szkop is the fantastic series about natural colors and man-made patterns. These photos were shot in Anna Paulowna, ... Weiter →

  • The Fireplace

    It can get cold: Bartek Elsner crafts unusual sculptures from cardboard boxes. At last you can see The Fireplace. Visit his homepage for more works. Weiter →

  • D!3 4ND B3 F0R9O773N

    James Jirat Patradoon (born 1985) is an Australian Illustrator. »At the end of August 2012 he had a one night only exhibition at The Tate in Glebe showcasing a bunch of work he made whilst procrastinating other work. It was ... Weiter →

  • The Little Girl’s Room

    A Little Girl’s Room by Richard Jackson. »The Little Girl's Room«, 2011, (detail) Weiter →

  • Wave

    Adam Niklewicz loves the humorous irritation, a piece of sausage that is shaped into the sign of infinity as well as an orange oil paint on a piece of bread or a curling wave that gathers in the midst of ... Weiter →

  • Hot With The Chance of Late Storm

    A sculpture that gets my special attention on these warm days is a giant melting ice cream van, entitled »Hot With The Chance of Late Storm« created by The Glue Society. Exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney 2006. Weiter →

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