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I love Doris Salcedo. 1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings, Doris Salcedo, 2003 Land Art, Street Art, Instalation Art, Art Plastique, Public Art, Dory, Oeuvre D'art, Urban Art, Urban Life

1550 Chairs Stacked Between Buildings

Doris Salcedo created an installation titled "1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings" at Istanbul Biennial. In 2002, Salcedo placed 280 chairs at

The Prado museum in Madrid has discovered and almost fully restored a copy of the Mona Lisa, a take on perhaps the world's most famous painting by a Leonardo da Vinci pupil, very possibly painted alongside… Mona Lisa Smile, Michelangelo, Madrid Museum, Madrid Prado, National Art Museum, Mona Lisa Parody, Most Famous Paintings, Italian Artist, Spain

The Art Newspaper

The Art Newspaper is the journal of record for the visual arts world, covering international news and events. Based in London and New York, the English-language publication is part of a network of titles founded by Umberto Allemandi with editions in Italian, French, Russian, Chinese and Greek.

Tate buys eight million Ai Weiwei sunflower seeds The Tate Modern bought 8 million of the 100 millio Graham Turner, Karl Kraus, Turbine Hall, Seed Art, Crafts For 3 Year Olds, Chinese Crafts, Wei Wei, Ai Weiwei, Art Fund

Tate buys eight million Ai Weiwei sunflower seeds

The 10 tonnes of porcelain sunflower seeds are only a 10th of the number that covered the floor of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall

Ai Weiwei Study of Perspective 1995 2011 Eiffel Tower Paris 1999 © Image Courtesy Ai Weiwei studio Ai Weiwei, Comme Des Freres, Beijing National Stadium, Paulette Magazine, Democracy And Human Rights, Tomie Ohtake, Jardin Des Tuileries, Wei Wei, Art Ancien

Ai Weiwei : Entrelacs

Au début des années 1980, Ai Weiwei (Pékin, 1957) choisit New York comme terrain d’expression, y photographiant quotidiennement le monde qui l’entoure. Il poursuit cette pratique à Pékin, où il revient en 1993, montrant les multiples aspects de la réalité urbaine et sociale de la Chine. Ses photographies témoignent du capitalisme anarchique qui se développe dans son pays et des contradictions de la modernité. Tout à la fois architecte, sculpteur, photographe, blogueur et adepte des nouveaux…

On Korean artist Jean Shin created "Sound Wave" out of melted vinyl records. The artist explained the sculpture shows "the inevitable waves of technology that render each successive generation of recordable media obsolete. Vinyl Record Art, Vinyl Art, Vinyl Records, Vinyl Music, Crafts From Recycled Materials, Recycled Art, Art Sculpture, Sculptures, New York Times Arts

2007, korean artist Jean Shin created Sound Wave out of melted vinyl records. The sculpture was part of The Museum of Art and Design’s exhibit "Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary." The artist explained the sculpture shows "the inevitable waves of technology that render each successive generation of recordable media obsolete."

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Prolific South African Santu Mofokeng has been capturing pre and post apartheid life in South Africa for over 2 decades. Mofokeng was born in Soweto, Johannesburg in As a teeneger he begun as… Social Photography, Art Photography, David Goldblatt, Art Actuel, Black Men, Black And White, Eyes Wide Shut, South African Artists, Social Art

Santu Mofokeng, Chasing Shadows – 30 years of photographic essays

The exhibition and the accompanying book bring together a unique selection of the photographic essays made by Santu Mofokeng over the last thirty years. Well-known from his projects Black Photo Album/Look at me: 1890-1900s, Township Billboards: Beauty, sex and cell phones, Trauma Landscapes and Chasing Shadows, the South African artist took the opportunity of the invitation for this show and the production of his first comprehensive monograph, to delve deep into his artistic archive. 'Santu…

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Ai Weiwei : Entrelacs

Au début des années 1980, Ai Weiwei (Pékin, 1957) choisit New York comme terrain d’expression, y photographiant quotidiennement le monde qui l’entoure. Il poursuit cette pratique à Pékin, où il revient en 1993, montrant les multiples aspects de la réalité urbaine et sociale de la Chine. Ses photographies témoignent du capitalisme anarchique qui se développe dans son pays et des contradictions de la modernité. Tout à la fois architecte, sculpteur, photographe, blogueur et adepte des nouveaux…