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A Future World’s Poetry by teamLab

  “The world is for creating, not for critiquing”- was the most impressive phrase from the long letter responding to my few questions about teamLab’s art. The responder was Communication Director Kudo Takashi with his gentle and accurate answers. teamLab is a art collective from Japan. They were founded in 2001 by a group of […]

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Digital Abstractions In Filip Hodas Landscapes

  Filip Hodas is a Czech Digital Artist form Prague. He plays around in 3D programs and builds a strong series of abstract art. His work is a sharing of a hyperreal space. Each of the compositions intersect nature and artifice through the meticulous, digital manipulation of earthly environments, suggesting surreal interventions by unnatural, alien elements — a […]

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”The End” By Andrea Galvani And Hunting For The Dead Second

  Andrea Galvani is an Italian artist, who was born in 1973 in Verona. He is living and working in New York for now. Draws from disciplines associated to scientific methodologies, but conceptual research is represented mostly through photography. He works on existential topics and experiments with violence documentary and represents fragile existence and mortal reality through installations […]

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Colorful Graffiti and The Changing Earth by Jan Kalab

Jan Kalab is a Czech master of graffiti. He was born in in Czechoslovakia 1978. His solo exhibitions in various galleries are held today, but he as a street artist has gone through all the levels to be a real street artist. Graffiti was not to be seen in Soviet space, but in nineties when […]

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Soviet Folk – Textile With Battle Tanks And Tractors

  The Soviet Union has left a lot of bad memories in history, but also created the characteristic style and direction in all fields, especially in design of which we’re still interested, studying and is becoming more and more relevant. Soviet modernist architecture is still under study, the bus stops are popular in the post-Soviet […]

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Chkheo’s Abstract Landscapes Seen From an Airplane Illuminator

  “The earth, everything we see around us is a pure magic – it is absolutely clear for me”. Giorgi Chkheidze (Chkheo) is an Georgian artist who was concerned by art in his early childhood. The fact that his grandfather was a sculptor much influenced on his future decision to be an artist. His artistic […]

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Shirin Abedinirad From Contemporary art Scene of Iran

Shirin Abedinirad is an Iranian female artist and mostly creates installations. Her very popular work is called Mirrored Ziggurat. It rested in Sydney, Australia as a part of Art Festival. Sheis fascinated bystitching the sky to the ground to create unusual optical illusions. From her statement about the piece: ‘In this installation I have been […]

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Tom Dixon – The Most Important Designer Of Modernity

  “If I had not been a designer, I would be a civil engineer, as inventing, planning and marketing for me are more interesting than actual design.”- Tom Dixon   Tom Dixon is a self-taught designer. He is currently the Creative Director of the brand ‘Tom Dixon’ specialising in Lighting, Furniture and Accessories.He is author […]

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North Korean Interiors Look Like a Wes Anderson Film Set

  Oliver Wainwrightis an architect-critic, who, while travelling in North Korea, discovered such interior designs, which are very similar to Wes Anderson’s movie acoustics. Sometimes it seems as if the director has taken and used the ideas straight from this interior: green, apple-like classrooms, pink theatre halls,meadow-green changing rooms and conference rooms. Wainwrightplaced those photos […]

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“AUTO – PORTRAIT” by Oleg Timchenko

  Oleg timchnko is a contemporary Georgian artist who works with different techniques. He paits in oil, acrylic, creats photo collages, video installations, performances etc. His three series of paintings: “culmination”, “No Comment” and “Auto-Portrait” were on display at MOMA Tbilisi until November 15th. Oleg Timchenko was born in 1957 in Tbilisi. In 1982 he […]

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