Matt Shlian started school as a ceramicist, but it was only when he realized that he was “interested in everything” that his work really took off.


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For Quinn, sculpture is primarily an art of communication, a medium through which he aims to help people evolve further in tolerance, understanding and harmony. ‘I make art for myself and for people who wish to come along for a ride through my dreams’, he says. ‘How we live our own lives is of the utmost importance, and most of my work has to do with values and emotions.’

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Staging Space: Scenic Interiors and Spatial Experiences, edited by Robert Klanten, Lukas Feireiss and Sven Ehmann (available on amazon UK and USA)

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As part of his “Ain’t Painting A Pain” retrospective exhibition, Los Angeles-based artist Richard Jackson has installed a sculpture of a gigantic dog peeing on the Orange County Museum of Art.

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Gibbs Farm is an unusual setting for a sculpture collection. The North Auckland property is dominated by the Kaipara Harbour, the largest harbour in the Southern hemisphere: it occupies the whole western horizon and it is very shallow, so when the tide goes out, the shallows are exposed for several kilometres and the light shimmies and bounces off it across the land. Every work contends in some way with the slide seaward.

Chris Booth1

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RING – Mirrored cubes installation – Place Vendôme, Paris. 2012
Dimensions :  h 45 x l 50 m

“Ring” is an installation which takes into consideration the urban space networking : the rhythm, flow, organization and spatial hierarchy. The installation embodies a visual effect that is to connect all of these interactions through the implementation of an optical effect: the repetition of an cubic mirror to break the perception of the place.

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Koru Material: Earth.
Dimensions: 80m diameter across mounds, height rising to 10metres. @Brick Bay Sculpure Park. Matakana, North Auckland. 2001.

“Koru is a major earth work sculpture made to celebrate the essence and joy of life at Brick Bay. The spiral form acknowledges land that was once densely forested with ancient kauri.

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Escape into reality is a combination of a painting, a relief and a sculpture, it outlines a transition between real and virtual world, between 2d and 3d form, between sensed and tangible … Is it possible for a form to be able to think something or convey a message…and if there is no direct message, is it possible for it to contemplate itself? Reflection on fine art which finds in a situation when it tries shocking in order to be spotted or makes an effort to walk out to reach a looker.”

Michal Trpák

Other work here: Dozens of Cement People dangling from Umbrellas (Prague Office Building)

See more at Michal Official Website


Polyester, ocel, 6m (2013)

Canadian Hot Air Balloon Championships in High River, on September 27, 2013.

Photo credit: The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntosh / AP

Festival in Haikou, Hainan Island, China, on June 24, 2013.

Photo credit: Rex Features

Northern California – Designed by ObjecktCreative architecture studio

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