Lucio Fontana is known for his painted artworks and for being the founder of Spatialism art movement in 1947. The newest art installation at Milan's Pirelli HangarBicocca highlights Fontana’s art installations. Featuring rooms and corridors which were designed with lights, lazers and sculptures. The entire concept of these rooms used Spatialism on a larger scale and to bring the movement to life. Fontana originally created and designed "Ambienti Spaziali” (Spatial Environments) in the late 1940s. Almost all his works were destroyed once the exhibition was over, Some of the environments on view at HangarBicocca have been reconstructed or the first time since the artist death....
Culture and Creativity.SEEN
A new exhibition opening at Humber Street Gallery will commission Magnum photographers Olivia Arthur and Martin Parr and their exhibition featuring the city of Hull and it's people, culture and creative outlets. Each artists offers a very different interpretation of the city. Martin Parr’s view of Hull is based solely around the city’s rich culinary scene. Parr used colorful photography to showcase what the city has to offer in terms of food and the culture that surrounds food. Whereas Olivia Arthur focuses on the creativity of Hulls youth and used black and white formal portraits of the unique Hull Population. Arthur captures the unique personalities of the city from Elvis impersonators to pet snakes, footballers to teenage relationships and young families.
The contrast in photographic style, and concept angle gives the exhibition depth in terms of what to expect from Hull’s culture and lifestyle. The exhibition will be on vi...
Dali and Duchamp.HONORED
Salvador Dali and Marcel Duchamp maintained a long-lasting friendship and mutual admiration though their careers. Which to many seems like such and unlikely friendship when it comes to their artistic style. The pair shared artistic interests like eroticism, language, optics and games. They also played off humour and skepticism which lead to their own very unique views on art and life.
The Royal Academy of Art will be bringing around 80 works from Dali and Duchamp to honor and showcase their artistic ventures and coveted friendship. The exhibition will home some of Dali’s most accomplished paintings and sculptures and Duchamp’s most influential creations. It will also be viewing some of the lesser known works of the pair- like Dali’s photography and some of Duchamp’s paintings.
The exhibition will be on view at The Royal Academy of Art London, from October 2017 to 3 January 2018....
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