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Amazing Green Design from Singapore 2020

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Green Design from Singapore 2020

Green design, also known as eco-design, uses design to include economic, social and ecological sustainability. Green design can be used for the microcosm and macrocosm in the scheme of daily living. Green design uses renewable resources. It reminds people about recycling to save the environment. Green design is sustainable design as it is sustained by […]

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Amazing Industrial Design – Public Shelters 2020

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Industrial Design – Public Shelters 2020

These photographs show a public walkway in-between a building that makes pewter wares and a row of shop houses. This street, named River Valley Road, is in Singapore, a small island state in Southeast Asia. The pewter factory, The “Royal Selangor“, needs a covered space to organize mass participation activities. It is part and parcel […]

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Installation 5: Amazing International (and LA) Art in San Jose

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Installation 5: Amazing International (and LA) Art in San Jose

Bay Area fans of urban contemporary art can check out Scion’s Installation 5 Art Tour, which arrives in San Jose this weekend after recent runs in New York, Phoenix, and Miami during Art Basel.  The traveling exhibition / arts fundraiser / major auto manufacturer promotional event includes work by an international cast of new contemporary and […]

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Incredible Environmental Art Impact: Christo and ‘Over the River’ in CO 2020

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Incredible Environmental Art Impact: Christo and ‘Over the River’ in CO 2020

The clock is winding down for public comment on what may be the first formal Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) ever required for a work of art: Christo’ s proposed Over the River project in southern Colorado. The Wall Street Journal did a pretty good story on this a few days ago, though the title “Christo vs. Colorado” is somewhat misleading. The […]

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Amazing Art of Argentina: Adrián Villar Rojas – Venice Biennale 2011

| October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
Amazing Art of Argentina: Adrián Villar Rojas – Venice Biennale 2011

A fast-rising star of the Argentinian art world, Adrián Villar Rojas will represent his native country at this year’s Biennele in Venice. At  just 31, he will be one of the youngest artists to be given the honors of national representation. Adrián Villar Rojas emerged on the Buenos Aires art scene with exhibitions in 2004-2005, and achieved broader recognition […]

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Russian Art – Blue Noses, Red Faces 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Russian Art – Blue Noses, Red Faces 2020

Next week will see the opening of an exhibition of Russian art at the La Maison Rouge gallery in Paris. Entitled ‘Sots Art: Political Art in Russia From 1972 to Today’ (or l’art politique en Russie depuis 1972, for all you linguaphiles) , the exhibition will showcase examples of the Sots Art movement that began in an apartment in 1972 […]

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Waiiit a second… Photography 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Waiiit a second… Photography 2020

Thought I would quickly share a very unique photography portfolio I ran across today. The artist’s name is Mark Jenkins, and the work is quite creative. Many of the pieces are some type of odd insertion into everyday life. I’m sure some of those shots would take all day to catch. Got to love a commitment […]

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Junot Diaz: The New Fiction Hero Culture 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Junot Diaz: The New Fiction Hero Culture 2020

Junot Diaz is a funny guy. I imagine him being the Creative Writing professor at MIT that all the girls have a crush on and that all the boys admire because he isn’t afraid to curse in the classroom. However, in the midst of his jokes Diaz is also incredibly humble about his newfound celebrity, which would lead […]

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Ryan McGinness: Recent Art and New Paintings 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Ryan McGinness: Recent Art and New Paintings 2020

The Artist: Ryan McGinness The Show: Recent Paintings, at Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles May 19 – July 1, 2011 The ever-prolific painter and pop iconographer Ryan McGinness spins into neo-Warholian overdrive this month. As Culture Monster recently reported, McGinness will be blanketing the LA area with his creative output including three gallery shows (paintings, sculptures, works on […]

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Proven Rejoicing in Aluminum Design: The Donald Judd Boxes at David Zwirner Gallery 2020

| October 14, 2020 | 0 Comments
Proven Rejoicing in Aluminum Design: The Donald Judd Boxes at David Zwirner Gallery 2020

The boxes of Donald Judd have returned to Chelsea! There should be much rejoicing. For its final show of the Spring season and to inaugurate the gallery’s exclusive representation of Judd Foundation, David Zwirner has beautifully and respectfully installed twelve works of late Judd. Pulled from the larger 1989 exhibition at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany, the current show […]

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