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Aquil’s latest work, MIMIC, is a series of new visual experiments using art from the past where he randomly chose six paintings of Pablo Picasso’s work and translated them into shapes to create new 3D pieces.
Vases that float like jellyfish in the water. 30 vases of various sizes are placed in a 1800 mm aquarium filled with water and the strength and direction of the water’s current is carefully adjusted so that they undulate moderately.
The façade of the building where Piuarch is located – in the courtyard of Via Palermo 5 – will hold an installation completed in collaboration with the landscape architect Cornelius Gavril, in which a vegetable patch/garden decorates the entire front of the building from ground to roof.
The human spirit perpetually unfolds like a wavy veil, frail but confident, with a fragile but tenacious persistence in its sinuous movement. For every new part which is revealed through this curvy progression, another one becomes hidden, partially distorted and eventually forgotten, unreachable, such as the foregone realities of our origin.
For the series ‘Fiction’, Stockholm-based photographer Stefan Bladh captured his surroundings while traveling to create an illusory atmosphere.While away from his daily life, Bladh’s work depicts his encounters with different places and people in a documentary style
Not only must vision tool but style accessory like no other, as enthroned in the middle of the face, eyeglasses and sunglasses say a lot more than you think of the personality of the wearer.
London-born, LA-based artist Walead Beshty describes himself as a photographer, although his practice is far more extensive than that.
"There is a willow grows aslant a brook, That shows his hoar leaves in the glassy stream.There with fantastic garlands did she comeOf crowflowers, nettles, daisies, and long purples, That liberal shepherds give a grosser name, But our cold maids do “dead men’s fingers” call them.
Mike Dargas was born in 1983 in Cologne, Germany. Alongside his first drawings, he started making paintings with oil paint from a young age, which he was selling to friends of his mother. At the age of eleven, Mike Dargas exhibited his talent publicly, drawing old masters’ paintings with pastel and chalk on the pavement in front of the Cologne cathedral.
A revival of an ancient French apothecary beauty label is causing quite a stir in Paris. L’Officine Universelle Buly is a heritage brand repackaged for the 21st century. Step inside the tiny, atmospheric shop that has just opened on Rue Bonaparte on Paris’ Left Bank and it’s like stepping back to a time long forgotten.