Olafur Eliasson, Riverbed, (2014) at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.


Olafur Eliasson: Your Lost Outside, 2014 
24 partially silvered glass spheres 24 stainless steel wall mounts 190 x 190 x 20 cm One of the more selfie inducing pieces on show this year . 

Tanya Bonakdar, Frieze New York 2014

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Xiaojing Yan: Bridge 2009-2013


Installation created with 1500 ceramic spoons.

"In my art, every idea travels through the intricate passageway of how I think in Chinese but speak in English. Choosing the right material for my work is like choosing the right word in my vocabulary. For Guan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion, I applied the red threads used to make tassels for Chinese lanterns to a statue I had cast of her, and then, even though she was touching the floor, I suspended her by a wire to show how, in my adopted culture, I am suspended between what I used to be and whatI am becoming.

I use the minimalist concepts and theatricality of my work to expose the intricate layers of my internal world where Chinese culture, training and traditions inspire my work so I can build a bridge of survival, safety and adaptation to the foreign land that molds and informs my work.

I filter Chinese thoughts through English words, English words through Chinese culture, and my images through the concepts of my art - all the while my core sense of Self remains suspended above and between these two worlds.”

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Sculptures Made from Wild Plants and Weeds by Émeric Chantier


Emeric Chantier is a French sculptor/installation artist from Paris, France who evolves plants into skulls, weapons, people, foetus, face, and other objects that reflect society.


Born at the foot of the Rockies and raised in the Appalachians, Melissa S Armstrong’s work is informed by the history, grandeur and beauty of both mountain ranges. Her studies in the arts and sciences at the College of William and Mary, the Rhode Island School of Design, and Brown University have resulted in environments and objects that directly reference biological and mineralogical processes.

She currently lives and works in Brooklyn and was a founding member of Wayfarers, an artist-collective in Bushwick. 

artist find at idiosyncrasybk

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