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I immediately recognized the blue stack of paper that stood on the floor of MUMOK’s winter exhibition To Expose, To Show, To Demonstrate, To Inform, To Offer: Artistic Practices Around 1990… 626 more words

Let it snow, let it sleet, let it hail...

This weekend, it felt like a door opened just a crack and we got a tiny glimpse of Spring, what a real spring day feels like. 678 more words


Sunday Evening Art Gallery -- Richard Stainthorp

English artist Richard Stainthorp captures the beautiful energy and fluidity of the human body using wire.

Wire is not automatically what one would consider as a ‘material’ for creating solid, three dimensional sculptures. 102 more words

"Ejecutores Ejecutados" by Xavier Corbero

Another one on La Rambla, this is red and black,  some are pointing up and others down, it basically translates to executioners, executed.

It really needs a power wash though I think.

Movable Sculpture: "Lunchtime on a Skyscraper"

New York City is full of amazing public art, but Sergio Furnari’s sculpture, “Lunchtime on a Skyscraper – A Tribute to America’s Heros,” is truly unique. 236 more words

New York City

'Lightning with Stag in it's Glare' - Joseph Beuys, 1958-85

(image taken from; http://www.guggenheim.org/artwork/10858)

 A fascinating work, and one that I actually disliked when I first saw it in The Tate Modern – ‘Lightning with Stag in it’s Glare’  by Joseph Beuys. 480 more words

Third Year