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Mikael Lugnegard is a 31 year old designer from Sweden and even though he studied industrial design, he views himself more as a concept artist. Anyway you see it, this guy is amazing both as a designer and artist, and in my opinion it doesn't even matter whether you are interested in ...
The exhibition Picasso: Guitars 1912–1914 takes as its point of departure two works given to The Museum of Modern Art by Pablo Picasso in the early 1970s: Guitar, assembled from cardboard, paper, wire, glue, and string in 1912, and a second version made of sheet metal in 1914.
Art Toy by Artbeat was a project that was born from the desire to acquire a collectible piece of art which is accessible and simple. It all began with a simple white form which served as a blank canvas in which various artists were free to express what they wanted in any way they wanted.
Looking at Music 3.0, the third in a series of exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art exploring the influence of music on contemporary art practices, focuses on New York in the 1980s and 1990s and the birth of “remix culture.”
George Vamvakidis and Stathis Panagoulis inaugurated the Breeder in November 2002, with the presentation of a solo show by British artist Jim Lambie. The gallery represents a core group young artists.
Art-Athina continues its exemplary mission of promoting contemporary artistic creation, making a keenly-anticipated return with its 17th edition. Art-Athina 2011 will take place on 12-15 May at the Faliro Pavilion, widely regarded as the perfect venue for the event.
The Tache Gallery of New York is currently holding an exhibition – Faces/Paper Faces, by Lou Ros, a young artist who began his career as a graffiti artist. This self taught 26 year old, after a time as a street artist, graduated to murals and then to producing pieces at home.
The Design Museum celebrates the prolific career of the Dutch graphic designer Wim Crouwel in this, his first UK retrospective. Regarded as one of the leading designers of the twentieth century, Crouwel embraced a new modernity to...
With UNRAVEL. Knitwear in Fashion, MoMu presents an exhibition about a material that is very familiar to all of us: knitwear. The exhibition will challenge certain established ideas and show that far from being old-fashioned and dowdy- knitting is highly versatile...
The Petit Palais offers a new perspective on the work of Charlotte Perriand, revealing for the first time the role of photography in her creative process, acting as both a source of inspiration and a constructive component of her works.