Color and texture collide in the long trails of suspended number-forms created by designer and architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. Known for her dazzling large-scale installations, her latest work called Slices of Time made its February debut at the NOW Gallery in London. It is an extension of Moureaux’s 100 Colors series, and her latest piece utilizes the titular number of hues in addition to white.
An ancient oasis in Saudi Arabia has been transformed into a contemporary art playground for Desert X AlUla.
Set inside a former iron foundry in Paris, Atelier des Lumières was recently transformed, yet again.
Berlin-based artist Simon Weckert is fascinated by the digital world and its impact on humanity. With his performance Google Map Hacks, Weckert plays with the intersection of real and virtual worlds. By strolling around with a wagon filled with 99 cell phones, the artist generates virtual traffic jams on Google Maps and creates an intriguing juxtaposition between the physical and digital world.
Land artist Jon Foreman finds comfort in arranging stones in eye-pleasing formations on the beach.
Working together with writer Ahmed Badr, architect and sculpture artist Mohamad Hafez listened to the stories of refugee families living...
Immersive Installation Chronicles Humanity’s Past and Present While Challenging Us to Think of the Future
Artist and stage designer Es Devlin explores the evolution of human thought and history in her sprawling installation titled Memory Palace. The massive, immersive work recently concluded its showing at London’s Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery where it filled their space with a chronological landscape that plotted “pivotal shifts in human perspective” from the beginning of our history to the present day.
Activist group Extinction Rebellion is making an important statement about climate change by floating a typical suburban house in London’s...
Throughout 2019, artists around the world have been making their voices heard through striking art installations.
The canals of Amsterdam are once again the canvas for spectacular light art thanks to the 8th annual Amsterdam Light Festival. For 53 days, installations by local and international artists dot the city, turning Amsterdam into a treasure trove of color and light. The 2019 edition is guided by the overall theme DISRUPT!, making the resulting installations reflect on relevant themes like climate change, technology, and war.
In France, a submarine base built during World War II is taking on new life as a contemporary arts center...
The modern world is an ever-changing source of inspiration, and American artist Doug Aitken has managed to capture today’s mutability...