INSPIRATION #160. ART IN DESIGN

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ART OBSERVATION. ISTANBUL. MODERN ART MUSEUM

Even if you are not a big fun of modern art you will definitely enjoy the collection of Modern Art museum in Istanbul. The space is small but displayed art is provide a pleasant insight to the contemporary art.

http://www.istanbulmodern.org/

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“Observatory of Light” FOR LOUIS VUITTON

This spectacular glass-colored structure named “Observatory of Light” is designed by the French artist Daniel Buren. He has covered the glass sails of the Frank Gehry’s Foundation Louis Vuitton (also called) building in Paris with an array of multicolored filters.

Daniel Buren – a French artist known for his in-situ works – has covered the 3,600 pieces of glass making up the building’s 12 sails in brightly-colored filters.

The colorful pieces have been arranged in a chequerboard-like formation, and have been applied to both the inside and outside of the building’s glass facades – creating a kaleidoscopic effect that changes depending on the time of day.

The building is made up of eleven exhibition galleries that each accommodate a permanent collection of contemporary art, as well as temporary exhibitions and artists’ commissions. It also has a 350-seat auditorium, meeting and events spaces, and education facilities.

The center recently hosted an exhibition of light installations by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson that aimed to skew viewers’ perceptions of space, including a blacked-out gallery sliced in half by a beam of orange light.

Louis Vuitton Building

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WHAT TO COLLECT # 103. PAOLO ICARO

Paolo Icaro Chissotti was born in Turin in 1936.

In 1958 he began to practice sculpture in the studio of Umberto Mastroianni. In 1960 he moved to Rome, where in 1962 he held his first one-man show at the Galleria Schneider. In 1964 he took part in the III Ceramic Art Biennale of Gubbio, obtaining the Ministry for Foreign Trade award. In 1965 he was invited to the IX Quadriennale of Rome. In 1966 he moved to New York, where he lived until 1968. In America, he created the Forme di Spazio (Forms of space, 1967), immediately afterward renamed Gabbie (Cages), metal structures where instead of occupying the space the sculpture becomes the place, the origin of that space.

Some of the most significant one-man shows of the last few years are: Modalità, Lorenzelli Arte, Milano (2006-2007); Faredisfarerifarevedere, curated by Mario Bertoni, Centro d’Arte e Cultura Chiesa di San Paolo, Modena (2008); Le pietre di marmo, a homage exhibition within the XXVth Sculpture Biennale of Gubbio, curated by Giorgio Bonomi (2008); Biografia ideale, curated by Ludovico Pratesi, Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, Pesaro (2009); 15 Stele 15, curated by Lara Conte, Parma, Galleria Niccoli (2010). He has also taken part in numerous collective exhibitions, including Time & Place: Milano – Torino. 1958-1968, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero (2008; itinerant) and Italics. Arte italiana fra tradizione e rivoluzione 1968-2008, curated by Francesco Bonami (2008-2009). In 2010 he was presented by Massimo Minini in the section Back to the future of Artissima. In 2011 he showed Cardo e Decumano (2010) at Bologna, in the place of Palazzo d’Accursio, in occasion of Art First. The following personal shows were organized in these last years: Modalità, Lorenzelli Arte, Milan (2006-2007); Faredisfarerifarevedere, by Mario Bertoni, Centro d’Arte and Cultura Chiesa di San Paolo, Modena (2008); Le pietre di marmo, show in hommage to the XXV Biennale di Scultura di Gubbio, by Giorgio Bonomi (2008); Biografia ideale, by Ludovico Pratesi, Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, Pesaro (2009); 15 Stele 15, by Lara Conte, Galleria Niccoli, Parma (2010); Su misura, by Lara Conte and Mauro Panzera, Galleria Il Ponte, Florence (2011); I do as I did, Lorenzelli Arte, Milan (2011). He lives and works in Tavullia, Pesaro.

Paolo Icaro “Pile Up, 22” – Studio la Città, Verona 2013

Paolo Icaro conversazione con Marco Meneguzzo – Studio La Città, Verona 2013

Original: “Eccedenza 90°” by Paolo Icaro on Artsy https://www.artsy.net/artwork/paolo-icaro-eccedenza-90-degrees
http://www.lorenzelliarte.com/en/exhibitions/paolo-icaro-09-11
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ART OBSERVATION. FOG DESIGN&ART SFO. January 2018

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INSPIRATION # 130. GREEN IN YOUR SPACE

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WHAT TO COLLECT # 102. Keith Allen Haring

Do you know the famous Keith Haring sculpture in front of the De Young Museum, San -Francisco?

Just a good article to read about the American artist.

Keith Allen Haring

(May 4, 1958 – February 16, 1990) was an American artist and social activist whose work responded to the New York City street culture of the 1980s by expressing concepts of birth, death, sexuality, and war.

Keith Haring is internationally recognized as one of the most important artists of his generation and is acknowledged to have popularized and expanded the audience for the art forms of painting and sculpture.

Please, read the article below by the art story

http://www.m.theartstory.org/artist-haring-keith.htm

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