• Edge of Arabia Presents: Abdulnasser Gharem

    Inspired by the invisible yet palpable social, religious and political systems that govern Saudi Arabia, Abdulnasser Gharem brings his work to the streets, exposing culture to an unprecedented artistic dialogue.   “I HAVE NO STUDIO SO MY STUDIO IS WHERE I CAN FIND PEOPLE.  WHEN I SEE THE OPPORTUNITY I GO.  THAT IS MY WAY […]

    A. Moret No responses October 9, 2013
  • Michael Chase: Visions of NYC

    A new body of work by Michael Chase is an untitled series that apprises the despondent atmosphere he experienced during his month-long visit to New York City in August, 2013.     The speckled paint I layered over the building is a reminder of the imperfections that cover every surface, even those we can’t see with the naked […]

    Michael Chase No responses October 4, 2013
  • Paddle 8: PADDLES ON! Auction

    For their current auction PADDLES ON!, Paddle 8 teams up with Phillips and Tumblr to present their first auction featuring digital artworks.  Curated by Lindsay Howard, the featured artists explore the endless possibilities of the digital platform.  The auction lasts through October 10 and the highest bids will transfer to the live auction at Phillips, (if you plan […]

    A. Moret No responses October 4, 2013
  • Cloud: Meteoros at St Pancras International

    Ethereal clouds are suspended above the Grand Terrace in the St Pancras International Train Station.  Positioned near the clock, Cloud: Meteoros, created by sculptor duo Lucy and Jorge Orta is the most recent installation from Terrace Wires.  Terrace Wires transforms the train station, inviting artists to present large-scale, site-specific works to the public.  Once a site […]

    Lucy and Jorge Orta No responses October 4, 2013
  • Segment Shade: Phil Cuttance

    Why should every light source look the same?  The design process behind the Segment Shade by Phil Cuttance guarantees that each batch of 100 is unique.  The segment shade is crafted in a basic mould composed of eleven individual wedge shapes.  The wedges are cut asymmetrically with a bandsaw and reassembled.  The result is a […]

    A. Moret No responses October 4, 2013
  • &tradition SLICE KB2

    Designed with a Modern, Nordic sensibility and a global consciousness the SLICE shelving system from &tradition transforms plywood into an architectural focal point.  No matter the size of your personal library, SLICE can be customized to the desired size and shape of the space it inhabits ranging from large to small.  Now your books and […]

    Installation Magazine No responses October 4, 2013