Artist Josef Kristofoletti was recently commissioned to paint a mural on the structure containing the ATLAS particle accelerator near Geneva, Switzerland. What did he paint? The THING ITSELF. I don’t get it, but hey — it’s science, and I LIKE IT!
We have to admit, we’re slightly jealous of everyone heading to Art Basel this week in Miami. We had a really great time the years we’ve gone and the fest only seems to be getting better. We’re especially bummed about not getting to see this awesomeness – an environmental installation by Miami locals FriendsWithYou. We [...]
Charles Saatchi, Chapman Brothers Two Minute Portraits by Damien Florebert Cuypers. These were done at the Frieze Art Fair for Nowness. | via It’s Nice That Hans Ulrich Obrist (one of my personal heroes), Tracey Emin John Baldessari, Jeff Koons
David Bowen’s installation, on view at The National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, “re-creates a wave by drawing real-time information from a buoy on the Pacific Ocean. The wave intensity and frequency is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure,” through the use of wires. We
Visiting MASS MoCA is quite a memorable experience. The site of the museum lends itself well (and maybe exclusively) to large-scale installations. This work by Katharina Grosse (One Floor Up More Highly, on display through October) is wondrous and mesmerizing. | via We Find Wildness