Red Dress Spills into a Pool


In Paris this weekend? Don’t forget to drop by the Grand Palais from now till Sunday, October 23, 2011 to catch the 38th edition of FIAC, France’s major international contemporary art fair. The event is expected to attract around 85,000 art enthusiasts to the 168 participating galleries from 21 countries including Europe, the Americas, Asia, Turkey and South Africa. Get ready to see more than 2,800 works from established and emerging modern and contemporary artists.

If you happen to swing by, don’t forget to check out this incredible sight, Whispers a never-ending knit dress, by Israeli artist Nelly Agassy. The Israel born and based artist created this shocking 6×5 m installation back in 2004 and it will be stunningly displayed at FIAC.

FIAC website
via [Art Daily]





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