Winter is coming! Ouf, thanks to the work of the Venezuelan photographer Luis Aguilera, we are back in summer! Using a drone, the artist flies over the white sand of South Beach Beach in Miami (USA), capturing unique snapshots of Florida's overcrowded seashore.
To all lovers of Felice Varini's work, rush to Trinity Square Park, located in the old town of Hull (United Kingdom), where the Swiss artist has teamed up with Chilean architects Pezo von Ellrichshausen realization of a temporary structure entitled A Hall for Hull, with "Three Points of View".
On the occasion of the 375th anniversary of the city of Montreal (Canada), the Quartier des spectacles comes alive with the KM3 event, pronounced "cubic kilometers", an artistic journey bringing together visual and digital arts, interactive design, fashion , dance or architecture.
Former member of the Memphis Group, Nathalie du Pasquier no longer limits her artistic production to the field of design. The Pace Gallery in London (England) thus devoted this summer an exhibition to his new career, that of painter, with the presentation of works inscribed in the continuity of his previous works: structured, colored, and completely barred!
The Chinese conceptual artist Ai Weiwei invests the Palais de Rumine in Lausanne (Switzerland), which houses the Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts but also that of zoology, archeology and history, geology and money. A monumental exhibition worthy of the reputation of the famous plastic artist.
As part of AGORA 2017, the Biennale of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design in Bordeaux (33), Franco-Argentine artist Pablo Reinoso imagines L'Observatoire du ciel, an installation featuring seven models from his series Spaghetti Benches in the city center of the Girondine city.
JR has struck again! After appropriating the separation wall between Israel and Palestine in 2007 with Face 2 Face, he is attacking the United States / Mexico border, in a geopolitical context that has been more than tense since the last American elections.
"That's what you see, but how you perceive it." This is a good summary of the work of Serge Najjar, a lawyer from the Beirut Bar and a photographer in his spare time. On his instagram account, Serjios - as he calls himself - sublimates the daily life and captures the lines of Lebanese architecture.
On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Sogestsu School, specializing in ikebana - ancestral Japanese floral art - the establishment is organizing the “Hana So” exhibition. An event crowned by a reflective monumental installation produced by studio nendo, a metallic reinterpretation of the local vegetation.
Like a pop song with melancholy lyrics, the New York Courts series Ward Roberts is a paradox. Behind urban spaces in pastel colors immortalized, the photographer represents the isolation of the modern Man through shots of deserted sports grounds.