MCA / Tatsuo Miyajima x Museum of Contemporary Arts

MCA / Tatsuo Miyajima x Museum of Contemporary Arts

Article written by Kyle Johnson / with Images courtesy of Thi Nguyen Gabrielle Sauve    Museum of Contemporary Arts Sydney 當代藝術博物館  3rd November, 2016 – 5th March, 2017 Open daily, 10am-5pm / Admission fee applies. // As one of Japan’s foremost contemporary masters, the former painter and performance artist famous for his LED counters...

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V&A Museum / Balenciaga shaping fashion exhibition

V&A Museum / Balenciaga shaping fashion exhibition

Article written by Kyle Johnson / Sourced Images & courtesy of www.vam.ac.uk Gabrielle Sauve   Opening on Saturday, 27 May 2017 – 18 Feb 2018 / Open daily, 10am-5:30pm, Friday, 10am-9:30pm / £12.00 Admission fee applies. . Sponsored by American...

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Works of / Rei Kawakubo/Commes des Garcons: Art of In-Between

Works of / Rei Kawakubo/Commes des Garcons: Art of In-Between

Article written by Kyle Johnson / Sourced images courtesy of www.metmuseum.org Gabrielle Sauve   4th May – 4th September, 2017, The Met Fifth avenue Blood and Roses, Spring 2015 for Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between. Photography Paolo RoversiBody Meets Dress, Dress Meets Body, Spring 1997 for  Rei...

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Works of / Illustration Art by Archan Nair

Works of / Illustration Art by Archan Nair

Questions written by Sky Grayson, Intro by Drew Whittam / Images courtesy of Achann.net Gabrielle Sauve   With clients ranging from Vogue to Nike, Archan Nair is the New Delhi based artist and illustrator known for seamlessly blending digital and traditional mediums under his instantly recognisable aesthetic. Heavily inspired by the...

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Works of / Expressions of interest by Jez Smith

Works of / Expressions of interest by Jez Smith

// Expressions of interest / 表達的興趣 Very special thanks to Jez Smith. For projects and commissions visit Louis & Co. To learn more information on the charities, please visit the links below The Images gallery, London, recently presented a group exhibition touching on masculinity, self-expression and mental health, titled, The Calm...

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Works of / Korean illustrations by Dani Soon

Works of / Korean illustrations by Dani Soon

// Sourced images courtesy of www.soonillustration.com Gabrielle Sauve   / Soon explains in a statement that “living in such a remote town meant there was not much to do, so books and drawing became her biggest pastime enjoyment.” She describes her connection with nature as integral to how she...

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AGNSW / Time, Light, Japan_Art Gallery of NSW

AGNSW / Time, Light, Japan_Art Gallery of NSW

Art Gallery of New South Wales 新南威尔士美术馆 Time, Light, Japan exhibition @ AGNSW 17th Dec – 30th Apr 2o17 Open daily, 10am-5pm / No Admission fee applies. Location: Upper Asian Gallery. Images & Video by Thi Nguyen for LAB Gallerie // Bask in and interact with Japanese art exploring time and...

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Gucci 4 Rooms / Secret Garden Installation in Tokyo

Gucci 4 Rooms / Secret Garden Installation in Tokyo

GUCCI 4 ROOMS_SECRET GARDEN // 4間客房_秘密花園 Article Written by Maggie Kelly / with Images Courtesy of Gucci AU/NZ Press office Gabrielle Sauve    // Choose your own adventure. Four rooms await: the Words room, the Herbarium room, the Garden room, and the Ghost room. Each space more luxurious...

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NGV / Viktor & Rolf take over the National Gallery of VIC.

NGV / Viktor & Rolf take over the National Gallery of VIC.

Article Written by Drew Whittam / with Images Courtesy of NGV Press office Gabrielle Sauve    National Gallery of Victoria 國家畫廊維多利亞  21st Oct – 26th Feb Open daily, 10am-5pm / Admission fee applies. // Rolf Snoeren and Viktor Horsting, Viktor&Rolf, Amsterdam 2008 © Anuschka Blommers and Niels Schumm Viktor&Rolf, Blacklight haute couture collection, spring–summer 1999 published...

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In Conversations / Installation Artist Bart Hess x LAB

In Conversations / Installation Artist Bart Hess x LAB

The Art of the Close Shave Demonstrated by Fashion Filmmaker Bart Hess Article LAB Gallerie Photos courtesy of Bart Hess / Film Nowness x Bart Hess, Special Thanks to Frank Verkade // The seductive curves of a toned figure are slowly unveiled by the ultimate seamless shave in designer, animator and photographer...

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Works of / Hong Kong in the 1950s by Ho Fan

Works of / Hong Kong in the 1950s by Ho Fan

Stunning photographs of Hong Kong in the 1950s surfaced recently, captured by, then teenager, Ho Fan who arrived from Shanghai in 1949. His subject – The streets, were filled with vendors, coolies and rickshaw drivers, fascinated Ho. His candid approach and Rolleiflex camera offers a refreshing glimpse into daily life...

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Works of / Beyond Carravaggio at the National Gallery

Works of / Beyond Carravaggio at the National Gallery

// Beyond Carravaggio // Gabrielle Sauve Explore the influence of one of art’s most revolutionary figures at the exhibition ‘Beyond Caravaggio’. Opens 12 October. Book now: http://bit.ly/2dd6l7M // The National Gallery, LONDON, UK 12 October 2016 – 15 January 2017 / (Members’ preview day on 10 October)  ...

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Works of / The Grotto by Bart Hess

Works of / The Grotto by Bart Hess

The Grotto / 2015 What better place to contemplate ourselves and our contemporary world than the cave, that most matrix-like of spaces? The grotto made for the exhibition at “Vous avez dit Bizarre ?” at the design Biennale in Saint Ettienne is the starting point for a voyage of introspection. The...

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Works of / Uncertain Journey by Chiharu Shiota

Works of / Uncertain Journey by Chiharu Shiota

For her latest installation artist Chiharu Shiota, has constructed a twisted network of tangled red yarn that rises from a collection of skeletal boats at Blain|Southern in Berlin. Titled Uncertain Journey, the artwork evokes of vein-like appearance which envelopes the viewer by creating a blood-red canopy. Where the viewer can...

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Works of / Fireflies photographs by Various Artists

Works of / Fireflies photographs by Various Artists

Each summer signals the arrival of fireflies across Japan, for a very short periods – typically May and June, groups of photographers set off to location, hoping to capture the magical insects that light up the night. Photo by miyu. Photo by Hiroyuki Shinohara. Photo by fumial. Photo by Yasushi...

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Works of / Nature Illustrations by Alfred Basha

Works of / Nature Illustrations by Alfred Basha

In his latest series of illustrations, using pen on paper, #AlfredBasha seemingly depicts animals that emerge from the pad into the natural world: where trees sprout into the silhouettes of foxes or squirrels, and a forest landscape rests atop a lumbering bear.

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Works of / “Models as muse” by Francesco Clemente x Harpers Bazaar

Works of / “Models as muse” by Francesco Clemente x Harpers Bazaar

Beauties of All Ages // Models as Muse – As painted by Artist, Francesco Clemente Photographs by: Jason Schmidt for Harper’s Bazaar US / April 2016 Iman wears dress by Salvatore Ferragamo Christy Turlington wears dress by Valentino Couture Anna Ewers wears dress by Versace Liya Kebede wears dress by Tom Ford Linda Evangelista...

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Works of / ‘Rotemartha’ by Martin Pfeifle

Works of / ‘Rotemartha’ by Martin Pfeifle

‘rotemartha’ is a recent site specific installation by german artist martin pfeifle which was installaed in the former imperial abbey of aachen-kornelimünster. the installation consists of a series of long tinted film strips in six different shades of red. the strips are tied together to create a supper long band...

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LAB A4 Magazine / Cover feat. Garrett Neff by Greg Swales

LAB A4 Magazine / Cover feat. Garrett Neff by Greg Swales

LAB A4 Magazine #7 @labgallerie Exclusive Cover feat. @gwneff Ph & Artwork Greg Swales Photography. Styl @suziestreety. Hair @kimroyhair. Grooming & Body Paint @emilymergaertmakeup. Model #GARRETTNEFF @imgmodels #viviennewestwoodman

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Works of / Mythology paintings by Amy Judd

Works of / Mythology paintings by Amy Judd

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Works of / ‘Ultra subjective space‘ by Tokyo based TeamLAB

Works of / ‘Ultra subjective space‘ by Tokyo based TeamLAB

Tokyo-based Teamlab presents ‘Ultra subjective space‘, 7 immersive digital works on display at the page gallery, new york. fusing of technology and art, the experiential atmosphere surrounds visitors on large-scale screens, projecting looped videos which investigate perspective, time and the distortion of space.

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Works of / Negative Space exhibit by Mungo Thomson

Works of / Negative Space exhibit by Mungo Thomson

Negative Spaces, covered the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles with inverted images of the night sky. Thomson reimagined starscape shots taken by the Hubble Space Telescope into the monolithic murals we see.

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Works of / Concentric circles by Tadasky

Works of / Concentric circles by Tadasky

   Tadasky’s paintings of bright concentric circles were featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s 1965 exhibition “The Responsive Eye,” which brought attention to the international Op art movement. Tadasky had exhibitions with Sam Kootz Gallery and Fischbach Gallery in New York, as well as at the Gutai Pinacotheca and...

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Works of / Snow art by artist Sonja Hinrichsen

Works of / Snow art by artist Sonja Hinrichsen

Artist Sonja Hinrichsen and about 60 volunteers trekked onto the frozen Catamount Lake in Colorado to create miles of swirling and twisting patterns into the deep snow. Titled Snow Drawings at Catamount Lake, the work was a continuation of her community-based projects that unite together local volunteers to bring to...

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Works of / Suspended by Sandrine Pelletier

Works of / Suspended by Sandrine Pelletier

Suspended Horses Made of Wool Thread Dipped in Tar and Latex by Sandrine Pelletier. GoodBye Horses is a 2009 installation by artist Sandrine Pelletier at galerie Rosa Turetsky. The three galloping horses were created using suspended wool coated in black latex and tar, resulting in a stark contrast between the...

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Works of / Paper Landscapes by Amy Eisenfeld Genser

Works of / Paper Landscapes by Amy Eisenfeld Genser

Connecticut-based artist Amy Eisenfeld Genser recently completed a new series of coral reefs that she painstakingly recreates using rolled bits of paper and acrylic paint. Ahead of her upcoming exhibition at the Architectural Digest Home Show.  

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Works of / Natural & Urban Illustrations by Pat Perry

Works of / Natural & Urban Illustrations by Pat Perry

A peek inside the sketchbooks of Michigan based artist and illustrator Pat Perry reveals a fascinating world where the natural world seems on a direct collision course with the urban. Silhouettes of people and wildlife are filled with rich, textured stories that seem to be representative of dreamlike memories. The...

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Works of / Caten sound Installation by David Letellier

Works of / Caten sound Installation by David Letellier

Caten is a kinetic sound installation by French born artist, David Letellier, created for the Saint Sauveur chapel in Caen, France. As a sound artist with a background in architecture, his broad range of abilities merge to create this uniquely holistic work. The installation is composed of 300 fine wires...

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Works of / Installations by Isa Barbier

Works of / Installations by Isa Barbier

  Suspended installations by French artist Isa Barbier who uses feathers hung on filament to create abstract geometric volumes. These two works above are definitely my favorite but you can head over to Documents d’artistes to see much more. (via ferme-asile, jean-louis pitteloud).

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Works of / Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

Works of / Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki

Out of Disorder: Topographical Maps Carved from Electrical Tape and Intricate Thread Sculptures by Takahiro Iwasaki. When first approaching the artwork of Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki it’s entirely possible you might miss it altogether. Not only are his small buildings and electrical towers excruciatingly small and delicate, but they also...

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Works of / Flying Houses by Laurent Chehere

Works of / Flying Houses by Laurent Chehere

French photographer Laurent Chehere is known for his commercial work for clients such as Audi and Nike, but after a change of interest he left advertising and traveled the world with stops throughout China, Argentina, Columbia, and Boliva. From his numerous photographs along the way was born his flying houses...

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Works of / Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Works of / Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Showing from Oct 20, 2012–Jan 20, 2013. As recommended by Karl Lagerfeld Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: Bivouac is a mid-career exhibition of work by two of the most exciting and innovative designers working today. Born and based in France, the Bouroullecs bring high-tech manufacturing ideas to standard furniture and design formats,...

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Works of / Tulip Fields by Normann Szkop

Works of / Tulip Fields by Normann Szkop

Aerial Photographs of Tulip Fields / Netherlands / By French photographer Normann Szkop / Colossal / Thanks Iain!

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Works of / Tree Landscapes imagery by Pierre Pellegrini

Works of / Tree Landscapes imagery by Pierre Pellegrini

Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini shoots some phenomenal long-exposure photographs of trees. The strong perspective and foggy atmosphere seemingly ever-present in his work creates images that are both beautiful and eerie. You can see hundreds more of his images over on Art Limited and on his personal website.

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Works of / Iced flowers by Azuma Makoto

Works of / Iced flowers by Azuma Makoto

Tokyo-based florist artist, Azuma Makoto, creates the ‘iced flowers’ exhibition which serves to showcase the changing life of flowers when placed in frozen water. The icy assortments of plants offer another perspective not visible in everyday activity, but when encased in the Crystal like structures amplifies their existence. Like living...

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