Alex Prager Wraps The Hyundai Card Music Library In Her Artwork.

Alex Prager Hyundai Music Card Library Installation

Because it’s outdoors and the elements eventually destroy the work, the Hyundai Card Music Library in Seoul, Korea commissions an artist to wrap the building with artwork every five years. Los Angeles’ Alex Prager is the latest artist whose photographs, Hitchhiker and Big Valley, are embellishing the walls and ceiling of the building’s plaza. (more…)

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Order of Importance, a Sand Sculpture Installation by Leandro Erlich

Order of Importance by artist Leandro Erlich opened at Art Basel Miami earlier this week. Commissioned by the City of Miami Beach and curated by Ximena Caminos with the collaboration of Brandi Reddick, the art installation will remain through the 15th December on the beach next to Lincoln Road and close to Collins Park. (more…)

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Funland, A Carnal Carnival, Opens At The Museum Of Sex.

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An unusual interactive art installation opens today at New York’s Museum of Sex. Funland features a giant breast moonbounce, racing phallic symbols, Grope Mountain and other carnal carnival attractions. (more…)

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Amazing Photographic Art Installation For The NYC Ballet & How It Was Done.

NYC ballet art installation JR

French artist JR was recently invited by the New York City Ballet to create a large-scale art installation, in collaboration with the dancers of the Company, for their 2014 Art Series. (more…)

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Artists Jaime Wardey and Andy Moss Remember Normandy For Peace One Day.

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To Celebrate Peace One Day on the 21st of September, British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss (both from Sand In Your Eye) accompanied by numerous volunteers, took to the beaches of Normandy with rakes and stencils in hand to etch thousands of silhouettes representing fallen people into the sand. (more…)

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