Min Jung-Yeon 's organic shapes

Born in 1979 in South Korea, Min Jung-Yeon is graduated from Hongick University in Seoul and the Beaux-Arts in Paris. Regularly exhibited in galleries located in Asia, Europe and in Orient since 2004, she also participated in Medi(t)ation, the third Asian contemporary art biennial presented[...]

Sensitive work from Kaarina Kaikonnen

Artist Kaarina Kaikkonen from Helsinki in Finland is one of the major artists of Scandinavia. Throught her monumental work – strongly imfluenced by the environmental and architectural elements surrounding her pieces – there is a strong link to the impermanence and frailty of materials pointing[...]

Black Cloud by Carlos Amorales

Carlos Amorales is a Mexican artist born in 1970. He works with different media such as video, installation, photography or paper. His piece Black Cloud gathers about 30,000 butterflies of different sizes made of paper and accumulated on the walls and ceilings of the exhibition[...]

Wald aus Wald

These ghost trees by the Japanese artist Takashi Kuribayashi were created to integrate the exhibition Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art, dedicated to celebrating nature and its connection to art. It was at the Pao Galleries of the Hong Kong Arts[...]

Nylon Cherry Forest

Consisting exclusively of polypropylene pipes and nylon cables, this installation, PP Trees, created by designer Tom Price, occupied an entire room at the Washington Industry Gallery in 2011. The work refers directly to the iconic cherry trees of Washington and questions our relationship to the[...]
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