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.
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.
For his "Burning Lightbulbs" series, Stephen De Vight rid of conventional incandescent bulbs from their glass globes and photograph their filaments burning in the open air. smoke curling from, beautiful and ephemeral, before extinction.
Photographer, Linzi Silverman raises his gaze on daily life. Discover a selection of its windows clichés. Intimate, sensitive and poetic, they reveal the domestic space and landscape, embodying the boundaries between them or sometimes together.
Created by the architectural Tokyo Terada Design Agency, this interactive facade rises a near Tachikawa Station. Displaying a QR code readable by a mobile phone, it offers passers additional information.
In the Lavapies district of Madrid, Luzinterruptus realized the installation "Caged Memories". Suspended in the void at the heart of the city, 400 golden cages and illuminated, filled with objects and personal memorabilia.