American artist based in Paris, Sean McGinnis shows us his last installation called "Cathedral", a ship made of rope and twine, woven between trees in a forest road. An achievement in

Based in Marseille, Voss is a creative studio founded by Etienne Rey and Laurent Le Bourhis. Working from resins, paper, acrylic, glass and polymers, both visual artists play with light,

With its "Next" series, the photographer Pierre-Arnaud Gillet looks at one of the most striking phenomena of the Internet in recent months:, dialogue random website with webcam. Using and diverting the concept, he photographed

Between art and social archeology, the Parisian photographer Jean-Pierre Attal observes contemporary architecture offices. Behind the glass facades, as in a hive, life unfolds, teeming, countless, anonymous.

With this series of sculptures, the artist has imagined Denis Pondruel miniature concrete architectures. Taken in the mass, optical fibers scatter light in the cavities and rooms, drawing some words borrowed from

Belgian artist Frédéric Plateus signs this sculpture made of lacquered MDF and steel with a mirrored surface. Its sharp volumes unfold in space, playing on reflections and disturbing our perceptions.

In this installation presented at Art Paris 2010 by the Taiss gallery, the artist Zhaana Kadyrova offers us an offbeat look at the domestic universe. An installation featuring furniture, household appliances, basins and various containers filled with colors.

In Chinatown in Vancouver, ASIR Studio, Rural and Urban Fantasy Project Organelle Design created this urban settlement. Composed of umbrellas hanging between the buildings, light and bright arch stands in the sky backyards.

San Francisco designers Mike and Maaike came up with this hollowed-out wooden shelf for seven founding books on power and society. A creation made for the Californian gallery Blankblank.

Photographer, Pierre-Arnaud Gillet puts his eyes on the city. Urban fragments, close-ups of concrete and asphalt, including shots of the stark reality flirts with abstraction. To find the gallery J + T Montes until February 28.
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