To live with young talents just graduated, the free exhibition Out of Schools proposes to stage their creations at the exhibition park of La Villette until March 31. It reveals a hundred new looks from 6 schools of Art and Design. A first entry into the world of the festival 100% EXPO.
Following a season developed around the 2016 cosmomorphy by the Espace Cerveau laboratory - initiated by Ann Veronica Janssens and Nathalie Ergino -, the Château de Rentilly (77) is now hosting the exhibition "From immersion to osmosis, Chaosmose #2 ". An event that proposes a meeting between Earth and cosmos, in a meticulously studied spatial context.
Seoul (Korea) does not stop surprising us! The proof with the Root Bench, built by Yong Ju Lee Architecture in the heart of Hangang Art Park, an impressive circular bench that draws its roots from the ground, and extends its branches into a network of seating, tables and platforms, for the great pleasure for walkers.
In these rainy days, what better than to immerse yourself in the warm desert of Coachella (USA)? The opportunity for Muuuz's editorial staff to revisit the second edition of the Desert X event that embellishes the arid landscape of the Palm Springs area with architectural works and art installations. A blank canvas under the sun that has, one more year, inspired the biggest names in contemporary production.
Although Los Angeles (USA) makes many dream, the life of a native can quickly become alienating, he who spends more time in the car traffic than skateboarding Venice Beach. And if it is by car that one travels LA, this is also where the local photographer Sinziana Velicescu draws her inspiration. Or when human interactions give way to the contemplation of the urban landscape.
The Fish Trap House, designed by Taiwanese artist Cheng-Tsung Feng, is a bamboo installation located on Sun Moon Lake in Nantou, Taiwan. The visual artist transforms a common utility object, the fish trap, into an aesthetic and light realization highlighting ancestral techniques.
The Mirage House, a hybrid work between artistic manifestation and architectural achievement by Doug Aitken takes place in the Swiss Alps, disappearing in its snowy environment thanks to the omnipresence of mirrors on its facades. This work follows a similar first installation of the artist in the Coachella Valley (USA).
Dirk Bakker, known as Macenzo, is an artist of Dutch origin who travels through the cityscapes of Rotterdam, Leiden and Amsterdam in order to capture their volumes in photographic series halfway between architectural evidence and abstract compositions.
Decidedly, Barcelona (Spain) is a veritable pool of more imaginative artists than the others! After Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, it's time for Diego Cabezas to amaze us with his sleek metal works. Inspired by his predecessors, the sculptor creates faces with Cubist accents and gives life to the line and the line.
Whether on sports fields or in urban courtyards, frescoes on the ground are more and more frequent. Proof in itself, the students of a high school in Sicily now take their breaks in a colorful outdoor space signed HENSE, a street-artist American.