"Trans-Layers" : interprétation poétique des objets du quotidien ; une série de Şakir Gökçebağ - Installation. Un matériau ingrat pour des installations d'une beauté, d'une fragilité, et d'une poésie rare : voici le travail de Şakir Gökçebağ.
La série est intitulée "Trans-Layers", et est composée de rouleaux de papier toilette blanc. L'artiste est basé à Hambourg. Découvrez vite quelques images de son travail dans la suite de l'article. via. The Death of cool. The Seventh Circle of Hell. The Seventh Circle of Hell featured” /> All images John Bradley via English Russia Few people venture into the heart of the Kara-kum desert, but those who do are drawn by an eerie bright light that illuminates the night sky for miles around.
From afar a glowing red light seems to float on the horizon, enticing onlookers ever closer to peer into what seems like Dante’s Inferno. Only when they arrive at the edge of the pit do they realize the bright lights are the dancing flames of a deep burning crater, known to locals as ‘The Doorway to Hell’. This vast sinkhole in Turkmenistan was created many years ago by a Soviet gas company drilling for potential resources in the area. Reports of the expedition vary; some say the pit was created as early as the 1950s, another says 1971.
When drilling started, the rig suddenly disappeared into the ground. Bruce Munro’s stunning LED Installations light up Longwood Gardens. Visitors poured into Longwood Gardens this past Saturday to see 23-acres of breathtaking ‘Light: Installations’ by artist Bruce Munro.
Although Munro describes the installations as simply “sketchbook jottings realized”, this “large-scale one-man-show” is anything but a simple feat. Eight large outdoor installations, two installations within the 4-acre Grand Conservatory and a collection of illuminated sculptures in the Music Room are keeping visitors mesmerized for hours. Munro’s ‘Light: Installations’ are being shown for the first time outside of the UK.
They will remain open until September 29th this year. Continue reading for more images and information. Sol_le_witt_g.jpg (Image JPEG, 1579x1600 pixels) - Redimensionnée (67%) Motion Blurred Pipe Sculptures by Kang Duck-Bong. These incredible sculptures are the work of Korean artist Kang Duck-Bong and they are made out of PVC pipes, glued together and coated with paint, giving an awesome sense of movement.
Gorgeous Photographs of Rain By Christophe Jacrot. Christophe Jacrot lives and works in Paris.
He started his photographic career with Paris sous la pluie (Paris in the rain)€, for which a book was edited in October 2008. Following this success, he photographed Hong Kong under the rain and New York under the rain. Aside from being a photographer, Christophe Jacrot has also directed a movie Prison Ã Domicile released in 1999. “In my opinion, there are two ways of capturing the world for a photographer; on the one hand grasping its horror, and on the other sublimating it,” says French photographer Christophe Jacrot. Nobuhiro Nakanishi. Osaka, Japan-based Nobuhiro Nakanishi’s mesmerizing body of work entitled Layered Drawings is truly breathtaking.
He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame, and once layered, they become sculpture installations. The overall effect shows movement and the subtle passage of time. Images via My Modern Met and Galerie Kashya Hildebrand. Florence Maud Broadhurst. Florence Maud Broadhurst (28 July 1899 – 15 October 1977) was an Australian designer and businesswoman whose 1977 murder remains a mystery.
A striking-looking woman, Broadhurst was renowned for her flamboyant clothes, antique jewellery and coiffed, hennaed hair. Broadhurst was born in rural Queensland, at Mungy Station, near Mount Perry. She became a singer, winning local eisteddfods, and joined a group known as the Diggers who performed in Toowoomba. In 1922 she joined a comedy sextet known as the “Globe Trotters” and later the “Broadcasters”, who toured South East Asia and China. In 1926 she established the Broadhurst Academy in Shanghai, offering tuition in violin, pianoforte, voice production, banjolele playing, modern ballroom dancing, classical dancing, musical culture and journalism.
Julien Lanoo Photographer. Philippe jacques, créations. Questionner la relation Homme/Nature - Les paysages artificiels de Noemi Goudal - Photo. L'artiste Noémie Goudal basée à Londres est né à Paris.
Dans sa série intitulée "Les Amants", ses installations photographiées mettent en scène des paysages, et jouent avec le réel et le fictif. De grandes toiles de fond, à grande échelle, reproduisent un paysage qui se trouve ainsi juxtaposée avec l'espace du shooting. Josef Schulz ou l'espace fantasmagorique des frontières européennes - Photo. Jbb. STEVEN BURKE / BLOG. Ville enterrée par Evol au MS Dockville Music Festival. Nous connaissons bien le travail de l’artiste Evol qui intègre ses façades miniatures en milieu urbain.
Pour le MS Dockville Music Festival, l’artiste est sorti de son terrain habituel (la ville) pour intégrer son travail à la campagne. Le résultat donne cette magnifique citée enterrée. Vous pouvez voir les photos de la réalisation, en cliquant ici. Pour en savoir plus sur l’artiste, cliquez-ici. Hilary Faye.