May 21, 2015 @ ThisIsColossal
The private commission produced by K&CO and Pliskin Architecture is called Asylum, a title the artist chose “because the act of creating it pushed my mental and physical endurance so far that I wasn’t sure I could complete the task,” he shares with Brooklyn Street Art. For almost a century starting in 1839, the island was also home to the New York City Lunatic Asylum. The vibrantly luminous gradients that define the area around the pool contrast starkly when viewed against the rest of the surrounding landscape, creating a surprising oasis of color.
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May 7, 2015 @ ArchitecturalDigest
MUSAC—a contemporary art museum in León, Spain.
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September 7, 2014 @ Frame
Daniel Buren took a big risk by playing with the English sun for his latest work, Catch as Catch Can, which is on show at the Baltic Centre until 12 October
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October 3, 2014 @ YellowTrace
Dan Tobin smith transformed his east London studio into ‘the first law of kipple’- an immersive and vibrant installation comprising thousands of colour-coated objects. The various cluttered items have been collected by both the artist and from public donations amassed from a social media announcement, bringing together an expansive range of stories, subjects and shapes.
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October 24, 2014 @ JeffKoons
October 20, 2014 @ GlamourDaze
1940s colored stockings advert