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Gianfranco Meggiato, Ode to Spring - ART FAIR PARIS

Gianfranco Meggiato, Ode to Spring - ART FAIR PARIS

‘Many Small Cubes,’ by Sou Fujimoto. An Outdoor Installation of Aluminum Cubes and Live Plants in Paris.

'Many Small Cubes', An Outdoor Installation of Aluminum Cubes and Live Plants in Paris

mymodernmet: “ Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was recently commissioned by Paris-based art gallery Philippe Gravier to produce this beautifully innovative installation for the FIAC art fair in Paris’.

"The Dancing Class," Edgar Degas, ca. 1870, oil on wood, 7 3/4 x 10 5/8", The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Dance Class - Edgar Degas Completion Date: 1871 Style: Impressionism Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: panel Gallery: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

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This rock pagoda in a feng shui garden really stands out against the skyline. Would you have the patience to create something so intricate and fragile? (by Paul Volker) Reminds me of rides I took w/mother to see SD's "rock artist.

unusual sculpture by bruno catalano located in france

The Art of Missing Pieces by Bruno Catalano. “Le Grand Van Gogh” - Bruno Catalano’s bronze sculptures. Born in self-taught French artist Bruno Catalano didn’t start sculpting until he was

the artist used fishing wire to suspend the twigs

Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world.

Mauro Corda. CONTORSIONNISTE AU CERCLE. 2007  Photo by Academy of Arts Artwork Photography Studio

Mauro Corda. CONTORSIONNISTE AU CERCLE. 2007 Photo by Academy of Arts Artwork Photography Studio

Неоновое освещение.  Neon illumination.   #Aira #Айра #БлагоустройствоГородов #оформление #парки #скверы #дизайн #идеи #урбанистика #благоустройство #design #светодиоды #СветодиодноеОсвещение #фигуры #АртОбъект #инсталляция #АртПространство by aira_city_image

In Jean-Charles de Castelbajac remixed the equestrian statue of Henri IV on Pont Neuf in Paris. The installation celebrates the anniversary of his death with a blue Lightsaber and a white neon box.

Precarious

life is so fun.anywhere you are, just be creative and enjoy life. Love thse stacked stones for my garden.

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