Lily Duarte
  • Antonio Aricò: Taste of Wood Antonio Aricò draws inspiration from tradition.  Italy’s cultivation of olives dates back to the Middle Ages and olive oil tasting is an integral ingredient in the cultural palette.  Aricó explains that the name for his collection Taste of Wood is “a funny eulogy to olive oil, to olive wood, to wooden furniture and has for […] No responses December 2, 2013
  • Google Cultural Institute: Art at Your Fingertips This vast database invites virtual visitors to explore the archives of museums, festivals and other art organizations across the world.  Even if you haven’t been able to see the works in the person, the Cultural Institute is rich with information and inspiration.   Knowledge at your fingertips!         All images ©Google Cultural […] No responses November 27, 2013
  • Onishi Yasuaki: Vertical Emptiness and White Landscape His installations are created using tree branches or wire, hot glue and urea.  While his installations are neutral they are colored with imagination.  These large spaces are activated by participants who are displaced from reality and take a journey into an alternative world.     Installation Magazine: Why did you start using tree branches and […] No responses November 12, 2013
  • Mirror, Mirror in the Park Created by Out of the Dark, Field has become a must-see public installation.  Located in Sydney, Australia this maze of mirrors has become a playground for hundred of daily visitors.  As part of the Art & About Sydney Festival, 81 mirrored posts, 2.4 meters tall cover the 25 square meter space of the iconic Hyde […] No responses October 18, 2013