Category Archives: Installations

I stand corrected.

After spending a full day at the Damien Hirst exhitibion, I’ve developed a new found love for the artist and truly stand corrected. Maybe his fascination with life/death, science/religion is not so oddly placed. Tate Modern April 4th – Sept 9th – must see!

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I’ve been a fan of Dale Chihuly for a while now, so felt incredibly lucky to be at his exhibition this weekend, I was awed from beginning to end. As a pioneer, he has single-handedly revolutionized the art of blown glass, moving it into the realm of large-scale sculpture. In establishing the use of glass in this way, inherently ‘a fragile but also magical material’ Dale, created a vehicle for installations and environmental art projects that can stand the hands of time.

He’s really a little wonderful.

Fidelia & Co. Commercial Projects.

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And all was well in the world again #1

“Forever Bicycles” it’s like he reached into my mind, tapped into my thoughts and pulled out a dream in creating this installation. By Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, the exhibition “Held in Absentiaā€¯ as part of a bigger exhibition aptly named “Absent” opened at the municipal Taipei Fine Arts Museum in October; running for three months it features his installation pieces, photography, sculptures and videos.

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