February 13, 2024

Artist Turns Found Stones and Shells Into Beautiful Beach Installations

There is arguably nothing more peaceful than taking a relaxed walk along the beach. Between the feeling of sand beneath your feet and the sound of the waves gently crashing, it is no surprise that artist Jon Foreman relishes in the meditative quality of his surroundings. He takes the tranquility of the sandy setting one step further through his art by creating mesmerizing beach installations made of stones, shells, and driftwood that he finds on-site.

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January 26, 2024

teamLab Unveils Immersive Installations for New Tokyo Museum

International art collective teamLab is poised to reopen its acclaimed digital art museum. Moving from Tokyo's Mori Building to the city's Azabudai Hills Gallery, teamLab Borderless will be filled with massive new installations designed to draw visitors into a universe of light. The art collective has now unveiled some of the installations that will be included in the museum, which opens on February 9. This includes a work from the Light Sculpture – Flow series.

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December 31, 2023

5 Breakthrough Artists Who Are Making Contemporary Native American and Indigenous Public Art

Through sculpture, murals, and ephemeral installations, contemporary Native artists are honoring their heritage, while also giving voice to the indigenous community. By working on public art projects, indigenous artists are also making a statement by reminding the public, “We Exist.” Whether that means creating memorials to honor the contribution of Native American veterans to reclaiming public spaces, the work of these artists is invaluable in teaching the public to move beyond stereotypes.

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December 10, 2023

448 Hand-Formed Pyramids Form Mesmerizing Mandala in Abu Dhabi

American artist Jim Denevan has created one of his most ambitious installations to date as part of Abu Dhabi's public art initiative, Manar Abu Dhabi. The vast, yet ephemeral, land art is made from 448 hand-formed pyramids and mounds laid out in 19 concentric circles. Together, they form a mesmerizing mandala pattern that invites the public inside to experience the design's effects.

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