The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the legacy of circus entrepreneur and art collector John Ringling and his wife, Mable. The Museum—which features both a permanent collection and temporary exhibition galleries—sits on a historic sixty-six acre estate […]
Spanning just over 1.3 kilometres, Berlin’s East Side Gallery is an international memorial for freedom; the longest-lasting, and largest open-air gallery in the world. It is also the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall. A must-see for all who […]
Jacob Hashimoto is a New York based installation artist, who creates light three-dimensional structures out of thousands of hand crafted paper and wood kites. Hashimoto draws from a variety of art-historical influences, which explore the dialogue of Western painting. Each composition […]
Those remarkable murals are made of earth found around Houston — 27 different colors! The awesome installation is a work of Yusuke Asai! The forest murals rising from floor to ceiling, sweeping to three walls and even spilling onto the […]
DESIGNSIGH presents fascinating installation called Soo Sunny Parks – Unwoven Light, which animates Rice Gallerys expansive space, transforming it into a shimmering world of light, shadow, and brilliant color. Suspended from the walls and ceiling, thirty-seven individually sculpted units are arranged as […]
Last night the photographer Arthur Elgort opened his SoHo studio to friends and admirers looking to land last-minute gifts, like a photograph by the famous lensman of Kate Moss. Or how about a portrait of Mick Jagger? There was plenty of Elgort’s oeuvreto […]
The Zwarte Panther (Black Panter) is a famous art gallery in Antwerp located at the Hoogstraat, a small street where no cars are allowed, you wouldn’t expect this interesting complex building with nice spaces, a cute inner court, a chapel, a cellar […]
This is a beautiful loft located in Greenwich Village in Manhattan showcasing the interaction between a gallery and living space. The main walls in the loft flow through the space, and together with articulated ceilings create hybrid conditions in which […]
The biggest surprise about Milan’s galleries is how few Italian artists show there. Scattered about town or gathered in a few clusters, they wield enough international clout to make up for the time it takes to travel between them.
Takashi Murakami is frequently called the Japanese Andy Warhol, is an astute manipulator of visual languages, artistic mediums and business models. The show which I present was organized at Brooklyn Museum, last year, New York City.