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  • tiny sculptures

    Marco Tirelli‘s impressive but tiny architectural sculptures.

  • elements of desire

    In Venice I spotted my favourite blue combined with super brand icons that create a new time frame of life. Elements of Desire by Joseph Klibansky at Bonnet/Van der Sluis Gallery, Campo Santo Stefano.  

  • l’art brut

    Japanese artist Shinichi Sawada, who is autistic, creates these magical, monstrous clay creatures. He obsessively twists clay into spikes and places these on the main body structure. Per creature he uses hundreds of prickly thorns.
  • have you seen me before?

    Polar bear made out of polyurethane foam and feathers by Italian artist, living in Alaska, Paola Pivi. I saw this specimen in 2011 at the MACRO Testaccio in Rome. Now, there are more bears, 8 funky coloured ones, near true to size in an istalllation called 'Ok, you are better than me, so what?' at…
  • bookworm

    Book sculptures by Brazilian artist Odires Mlászho. The books flow together inspired by the möbius strip, without beginning or end.
  • dutch pavilion

    Enjoying myself at the 55th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia. In the Dutch pavilion I found this Composition with Blue by Mark Manders, 2013, wood, painted wood, painted epoxy 13.5 x 23 x 33.5 cm.
  • sandcastle suburb

    A sand castle suburb consumed by the ocean. An installation called Masterplan by designer Chad Wright.