Installation
The Fast Installations

The Fast Installations

Every year for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Gerry Judah creates a really big sculpture/installation to celebrate a different car manufacturer. So far 15 of the world’s best car companies have been represented – Jaguar being the latest and Ferrari the first, back in 1997. Other than sculpting, Mr. Judah paints, and designs sets for...
You've been warned

You’ve been warned

The abandoned building on photos below is a hospital that treated soldiers in the WW2. Its decaying facade was used by Timofey Radya, an urban artist from St. Petersburg, for his Eternal fire, an anti-war installation. He portrays six Russian WW2 heroes in a technique that lets you know how he feels about all of it....
A Home Away from Home

A Home Away from Home

Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick have been Kahn/Selesnick since 1988. Their approach is truly unique – through installations and photography they “document” fictional stories/histories set sometimes in the future, sometimes in past. In 2007 they created “evidence” for the existence of Eisbergfreistadt (Free iceberg city) – a city/state formed on an iceberg off the coast...
Art of Space and Perception

Art of Space and Perception

Olafur Eliasson is not an astronaut and no powerful optics are required to appreciate his work. Best known for his big installations, Mr. Eliasson uses natural elements such as light, water or air temperature to create unique experiences for visitors of their “spaces”. In 1996, he began developing his specific artistic inclinations with the aid of...
Construction Site Art

Construction Site Art

If you’ve never heard of Ben Long, perhaps Travelling art rings a bell? It was a series of images, drawn using only fingers on shutters of white haulage trucks, in the dirt that’s built up there from exhaust emissions. Inspiration for his chronological series Scaffolding Sculptures, came even before the time spent working on construction sites as a teenager. Knowing...