Posts Categorized: Sculpture

Hiroyuki Hamada

Sculptor Hiroyuki Hamada has a new exhibition opening at the  Southampton Arts Center in conjunction with the New York Foundation for the Arts, from June 26 to July 20th…

Warka Water Towers

Last week, Wired Magazine had this to say about the Warka Water Towers project,  “Around the world, 768 million people don’t have access to safe water, and every day 1,400 children under the age of five die from water-based diseases. Designer Arturo Vittori believes the solution to this catastrophe lies not in high technology, but in sculptures that look like…

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Anu Tuominen

Finnish artist Anu Tuominen shows us softly, softly and so delicately how to see the world through her eyes… Anu Tuominen – write red in blue (teaser) from Nordiska Akvarellmuseet on Vimeo.

The March of the Strandbeests

Theo Jansen is a Dutch artist who makes wind-powered sculpture, the Strandbeests, or beach animals, which are kinetic sculpture made from plastic tubing and water bottles, gracefully  lumbering (or is that an oxymoron?) across the beaches of Scheveningen, Holland, by the winds of the North Sea alone. He describes them here as, ‘Self-propelling beach animals like Animaris…

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