American artist Liza Lou took 5 years to complete her first large scale work Kitchen (1991–1996), and is, as the title suggests, a life-size replica of a kitchen, covered entirely in millions of glass beads. Liza placed each of tiny beads separately using a pair of tweezers, and that way created an amazing mosaic surface to every single item in the room, from walls to newspaper to a bag of chips.
Even if his name would be misleading, Gehard Demetz is actually an Italian artist born in 1972. He made his entry into the world of art in an exhibition in 2005 and drew attention to its work fairly quickly – and rightly so. Even just incredible skill with wood carving traditional technical approach would be impressive enough, but Gehard manipulates wood so that his work representing children fascinate and intrigue you while making you wonder what is the connection between that work the title the artist gave it.
The artist, Dirceu Veiga began his career in 1994 as an illustrator of children’s books and because it had a lot of work for various publications, Dirceu consume industrial quantities of coffee, which transformed over time into a fan of miraculous potions.
The first work of Dave Greco I saw it is the first image in this article, and drew our attention and sent it to the new Daft Punk album. Entering the site I found Dave’s other illustrations as good as the first one. This thing convinced us that he deserves a place in our gallery. He worked for EA Tiburon, where he contributed to titles like Madden and Superman Returns, then Kaos Studios where he founded a strong team concept art, and then Kingsisle Entertainment where he works today.
Although David did not publish many of his works (most likely for reasons of copyright), we invite yet on its website (check the bottom of the page), which he promises to update it constantly.
Next you’ll enjoy an interactive installation by British artist Martin Creed, named Half the air in a given space.
First created in 1998 with white balloons and then redone many times over, Half the Air in a Given Space is an interactive installation, by British artist Martin Creed, that’s comprised of hundreds or thousands of balloons of the same color. As the name suggests, half a room’s entire volume is filled with air-inflated balloons and then visitors are encouraged to walk through. “It is important to me,” says Creed, “that the situation is normal, that, as usual, the space is full of air; it’s just that half of it [is] inside the balloons.”
In London on September 25 are to be auctioned by Christie’s a selection of some of the most iconic images of Kate Moss, that are owned by a German art collector.
“Kate is the ultimate modern muse and we will be seeing her images in major museums and private collections for years to come,” he said.
Dina Goldstein, Canadian photographer, reinterpreted in the form of the plot of each story a happy ending childhood. It gives a realistic perspective on the difficulties faced by women after they are taught that every story has a happy ending.