Articles tagged Artist

Exhibition

Maarten Baas plays Hide & Seek with the art and design world

GRONINGEN – At the Groninger Museum, the first major exhibition by categorically evasive Dutch designer Maarten Baas reveals the mystery behind the man – without solving it.

Portrait

Artist Shinji Ohmaki expresses the fragile balance between existence and extinction

MIURA – Where They Create: Japan by photographer Paul Barbera offers insight into the working processes of the most creative minds in Japan. Here, we meet artist Shinji Ohmaki.

Portrait

Artist Satorua Aoyama stretches the limits of expression through embroidery

TOKYO – Where They Create: Japan, photographer Paul Barbera's new book, invites readers inside the studios of Japanese creatives. Here, we meet embroidery artist Satorua Aoyama.

Artist

Anjali Srinivasan marries past and present in her work

Mindful of her Indian heritage, a glass-maker in Dubai marries past and present in her work.

Artist

Chiharu Shiota weaves infinite stories in her site-specific installations

The desire to draw in the air led Chiharu Shiota to use yarn – usually red and black – in her large-scale installation works.

Office

Davidson Rafailidis makes space for affectionate functionality

BUFFALO – Responding to their client’s wish to share one building but maintain separate work environments, the US-based architects created a studio with distinct materialities and atmospheres. 

Culture

Victor Enrich depicts cultural contradictions faced by South America's youth

RAFAEL URIBE URIBE – Catalan artist Victor Enrich has created an image series which combines his finesse in photography and 3D rendering. 

Art

Philippe Parreno turns Milan's HangarBiccoca into a cinematic production of shadows

MILAN – Upon entering Milan's HangarBicocca, visitors are immersed into an orchestrated sound and light experience.

Transportation

Irma Boom interprets 18th century masterpiece within passage beneath Amsterdam Central Station

AMSTERDAM – Benthem Crouwel Architects unveils its design for the ‘slow traffic corridor’, a 110-m footpath running under Central Station.  

Art

Joep van Lieshout's art speaks about our society

He’s gone from producing weapons, alcohol, drugs and abortion clinics to creating a pavilion for this year’s Design Miami/ Basel. Just how has Joep van Lieshout adapted his anarchistic ideas to …

Art

Discovering the artist Sebastiaan Bremer through his freshly painted slices of life

To coincide with release of Sebastiaan Bremer – To Joy, we caught up with the artist for an exclusive interview about his influences and inspiration, and to find out about his groundbreaking …