Brooke DiDonato and her astonishing photographs make the public wonder what their inner meaning may be. The visual artist who comes from Ohio and now lives and works in New York shares her own extraordinary vision of reality.
NYCxDesign is an annual event that attracts designers and visitors from all over the world. This year the design week took place from May 10 to 22. The NYCxDesign, having established itself as a must-visit event for creative minds, presents a great opportunity to showcase design through diverse exhibitions, installations and trade shows across New York’s five boroughs.
Steven Chilton Architects is a London based studio. It always creates unexpectedly ravishing buildings that tend to quickly turn into illustrious and exemplary works in the realm of architecture.
The studio’s expertise in theatres building is unquestionable, so it is high time to explore some of the truly spectacular concepts by SCA.
Mexico born artist Carlos Amorales shares his vision of art with the world via an array of platforms like animation, video, film, drawing, installation, performance, and sound. His creativity and experience in many fields have brought him to Fondazione Adolfo Pini that will run his large-scale exhibition until July 8th.
The terrible storm in the Italian Alps in 2018 knocked down a large number of trees. But they did not go waste – they turned into an ancient Greek amphitheatre designed by Stefano Boeri. The stage is based on several arrays of well-ordered tree trunks and strikes with simple beauty. This spectacular venue for upcoming theatre performances rises up amidst the natural landscape.
The plan to build the Guggenheim Museum in Abu Dhabi was first announced in 2007. This year, it is finally set to begin the construction on Saadiyat Island in the Persian Gulf. The building has been designed by prolific architect Frank Gehry whose signature style will make the museum one of the greatest and massive examples of deconstructivism in architecture.
Venice Biennale showcases 79 works by artists from across the globe, yet not each Pavilion has deserved a special mention by the jury. Among the distinguished works, there is ‘Deep Sea Blue Surrounding You’ curated by French artist Laure Prouvost. It has provoked many controversies, and so it’s no wonder anyone willing to explore the French Pavilion would now have to wait from 45 min to 2 hours to enter. Yet it is worth the wait, as the pavilion is full of metaphors that leave enough space for your own interpretations.
The experimental installation called ‘Sun & Sea’ presented by Lithuanian artists Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė and Lina Lapelytė has won this year’s Golden Lion. The artists placed 20 professional singers on an artificially recreated beach.
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