Untitled, 1999 by Tom Friedman
(Sugar cubes)


Untitled, 1999 by Tom Friedman

(Sugar cubes)

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Giant Bjarke Ingels Group Maze Opens

The 60-foot maze opens today at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

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Impossible Photography by Martín De Pasquale

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Marc Giai-Miniets Miniature Boxes

French artist Marc Giai-Miniet constructs his intricate ‘Boxes,’ placing small characters and grim scenes inside the empty spaces where unknown events have taken place. The miniature libraries, fictional attics, laboratories, storage rooms and interrogation cells are filled mostly with books and unknown experiments.

(Source: asylum-art)

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Sheets of Glass Cut into Layered art pieces by Ben Young.

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Three Hyper Island students (Caio AndradeRafael Ochoa, and Linn Livijn Wexell) dreamed up the idea of making “Not Available on the App Store” stickers as a friendly reminder to get kids away from the screen and into the real world. Stickers are available for purchase or you can make your own

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Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”

Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!

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The Go! Team, Osamu Yokonami

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Visible light: Alexander Harding

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Photographic work by Lorna Simpson

Lorna was born in 1960 Brooklyn, New York when she emerged from graduate programme in San Diego 1985 she was already considered a pioneer of conceptual photography.  She became well known for her large scale photograph and text works that confront and challenge the narrow, conventional views of gender, identity, culture, history and memory.  She uses the African American woman to examine the ways gender and culture shape interactions and relationships of our lives.


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