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Located in downtown Halifax Nova Scotia, outside the NS Art Gallery: “Origins” (1995). What a pleasant surprise! Tucked around the corner, just outside the NSAG entrance. More info is available here:
The sculptor of “dirty corner” (aka the Queen’s vagina) located in Versailles France says that he will not remove hateful graffiti from his sculpture, for educational reasons.
Anish Kapoor is being sued for not removing the racist graffiti. What do you think?
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Posted in art, art in public spaces, art site, Modern, street art
Tagged art, London, mosaic, Paolozzi, renovation, subway, tile, underground
Only a few days remaining until July 3, when this floating public art installation will be dismantled. Run, don’t walk…
Huge fabric bridge in Italy closes for a stretch as visitors wear it out | Art and design | The Guardianhttp://click.mail.theguardian.com/?qs=8069805d29f738500d9310d0b16921c8b2c125c23954c45d8b46bbcc82108611
…like display of big sculptures in accessible open public space. Here is a cool work by Smaban Abbas at Cairo international airport.
photo by talkingbeautifulstuff blog
The father and son team, Victor Vasarely and his son Yvaral, designed the logo in 1972 based on a diamond-shape surrounded by parallel lines. An enduring simple logo…by the father (& son) of op art.
Photos courtesy of Renault
It’s not everyday you think about visiting Venezuela…but should you go…here’s one stop to consider
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Tagged art, Caracas, sculpture, UNESCO, Venezuela, World Heritage