Inspired by ever-changing biological forms and natural ecosystems, artist John Grade sculpts large-scale installations that explore the impermanence of nature. For his latest piece, titled Reservoir, Grade visualizes the patterns of forest rainfall with a huge net structure suspended amongst the trees. The dazzling, chandelier-like piece is featured in the Arte Sella Sculpture Park in Borgo Valsugana, Italy. It comprises 5,000 heat-formed, clear plastic compartments that each collect the rainwater as it falls.
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American sculptor and fiber artist Janet Echelman brings her colorful nets to Hong Kong with a stunning display at The...
British sculptor Alex Chinneck has brought his mind-bending illusions to Italy with an incredible installation in Milan. Concurrently with Milan Design Week, Chinneck has literally unzipped the facade of a building in the city in what he calls the most ambitious work he’s ever made. In addition to the incredible exterior, the building’s interior is also filled with several installations that carry through the zipper theme, making for a cohesive and immersive experience.
British Columbia-based artist Nicole Dextras creates eye-catching installations with an icy twist.
New York City-based design studio SOFTlab has unveiled a new, interactive public artwork in Alexandria, Virginia.
British artist Phlegm brings his signature characters to life in an epic solo show staged in his adopted hometown of Sheffield. Known for his elongated, fantastical figures that look like a modern bestiary drawn in black and white, Phlegm has easily translated his painted murals into three-dimensional sculptures with Mausoleum of Giants. As the street artist turns more and more to installation art, the show is an incredible look at his artistic growth.
Classical Art and Graffiti Come Together in 85-Foot-Tall Sculpture Created for Valencia’s Fallas Festival
Street art duo PichiAvo, who have worked together since 2007, took their mix of classic and contemporary art to new heights...
Portuguese artist Vanessa Barragão pays homage to the ocean with her incredible sculptural textile art.
Chilean artist Sebastian Errazuriz is known for his captivating public art installations, but his latest piece—titled blu Marble—is quite literally out of this world. The experimental project involves a monumental 20-foot LED structure depicting a live stream of Earth from space. Installed in the middle of New York City, the illuminated spherical sculpture invites the public to contemplate human existence. “Blu Marble is a reminder of our miraculously fragile existence,” explains Sebastian Errazuriz.
Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora is known for his balancing sculptures that appear in public spaces around the world.
Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone is a self-described “child of the Internet era.