Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created his latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited 2015 by building a giant tree that produced plastic bags. The tree is not only supposed to stand as a representation of the harmful effects of pollution, but
Plastic Tree B, Pascale Marthine Tayou
pascale marthine tayou grows plastic tree at art basel 2015
pascale marthine tayou grows plastic tree at art basel images photos by andrea rossetti / courtesy galleria continua, san gimignano / beijing / les moulinsat art basel unlimited the …
A Drunkard’s Spiraling Thoughts - Contemporary artist Gilles Barbier’s sculptural installation titled L’ivrogne, translated as The Drunk
plastic art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Confetti Death, by Miami-based graffiti artist TYPOE, manages to be violent and poetic at the same time. A skull is seen vomiting colorful shards of spray paint caps onto a bright white wall. Modern art does not get more punk rock than this.
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glitterdaddy: Project Interpretation and Narrative. Textile Installation, fabric - an excellent use for all those yarn scraps!
Art Basel 2015 pascale martine tayou - plastic tree
Installation by Matthew Parker: hand folded geometric paper shapes
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‘Tanabata’ festival inspired installation by Ebony Bizys at ‘Kawaii Pop’, Kudos Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, June