Have you ever imagined modern artworks as architecture? Read this post: Federico Babina Reinterprets Iconic Artworks into Architectural Forms
Classical sculptures made of layers of paper playing with our minds. Found here.
“People have to deal with the fact that there is meaning in beauty, there is meaning in ugliness. I try to bring out that tension.” —Fred Wilson
Who hasn’t seen Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch’s, The Scream? There are 4 coloured versions of this painting and one black and white lithographic stone. Read all about this painting - what medium Munch used, how it was part of a series, and how one of the versions was stolen here.
For Chinese New Year 90 brightly colored, illuminated sculptures, up to 2.5 metres tall, and crafted by Chinese artist Xia Nan, are installed at the Edinburgh University Old College Quadrangle. Read more here.
Artist Jan Huling transforms ordinary objects such as statues, globes, dolls and figurines into stunning ornate works of art with colored beads.
Zaria Forman: My hope is that these drawings bring awareness, and invite viewers to share the urgency in a hopeful and meaningful way. Art can facilitate a deeper understanding of any crisis, helping us find meaning and optimism in shifting landscapes. “ Read more here.
Artist Jeff Koons unveils his BMW Art Car, the M3 GT2 racecar, at Art Basel in Miami Beach. Read about it here.