Ann Hamilton, John Feodorov, Shahzia Sikander, James Turrell talk about spirituality in their art.
The power of visual association is cleverly evoked in this animation of birds. It’s all about concept. Read more here.
I recommend Pinterest as a rich collection of art and artist collections. This collection by Tim Dayhuff is a great example.
DeCaires Taylor has created artificial reefs—statues placed anywhere from four to nine meters underwater—to encourage ecosystems to take hold and flourish.
The House of Bijapur by Kamal Muhammad (1860s)
is made using ink, opaque watercolour, gold and silver, and it’s in MoMA’s collection.
Nicknamed The Sistine Chapel of Rotterdam, Arno Coenen’s Horn of Plenty might be the biggest artwork in the world. Read more here.
Kinetic sculptor and artist, Korean-born Uram Choe, puts cyber dreams in motion. See his website for more art works.
“A multi-institutional team of new-media artists, computer experts, and museum professionals have discovered a dozen previously unknown experiments by Andy Warhol (BFA, 1949) on aging floppy disks from 1985.” - Found here.
Man and Ground | Anna Pietrzak | There is a constant presence in man’s life. The presence of ground Ground is curved Ground is fluid Ground is surface Ground receives man’s shadow Ground receives man’s body. Man knows ground through building Building is dialogue; a story that lives in work. Ground asks questions to building Building demands answers from ground Architecture is language. Found here.