Agostino Bonalumi (Bianco, 2010). Agostino Bonalumi creates works, which are strongly determined by geometrical shapes. Breaking up these stiff shapes led him to a freedom of movement of the included objects. Monochrome works appeared, whose ridges and troughs were marked by wires attached on the back. The structure of the canvas was broken up by moving systems of lines, which transgressed the lateral limitations.

Agostino Bonalumi : “Bianco” (Paintings)

This series of photographs are of detailed models embracing the contrived structures and unappreciated architectural components that surround us in our over developed urban environments, that haven’t necessarily come about through design, more a lack of design.<br /><br />  The models are also intended to be displayed as free standing and wall hanging pieces, to be viewed as three dimentional objects.

archatlas: “ Contrived Structures Nick Sellek This series of photographs are of detailed models, embracing the contrived structures that surround us in our overdeveloped urban environments.

Miroir en larmes

Water Mirror

Drippy acrylic mirrors - Mizukagami/Water mirror - Collaboration between Rikako Nagashima, a young art director and Hideto Hyoudou, an acrylic craftsman.