Flowers, after Warhol

Posted by Fabio 31 May 2012

Flowers, after Warhol, a new series of photographs by Vik Muniz. Using real flowers and other plants, Muniz created the imagery for these photographs based on Andy Warhol’s iconic flowers screen-prints. Each of the ten works in this series is published in an edition of 24 and measures 36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm). read more

Hyper Trophies

Posted by Fabio 31 May 2012

Moving still portrait sculptures created by Zeitguised in collaboration with Berlin fashion label Franzius and ProdCo Stink Berlin.

Citylikeyou – Constantin Bjerke (London)

Posted by Fabio 31 May 2012

One of our latest additions to Citylikeyou is from Media Entrepreneur Constantin Bjerke, the Founder and CEO of a story-telling company, which in 2011 was named a “top ten European start-up to watch in 2011” by the Wall Street Journal. See all of Constantin’s hot spots of London here.

OB-R : Objecto – Rectangular

Posted by Lillian Mulero and Jan Galligan 31 May 2012

The advent of electronic books and e-book readers has called into question the future of books, publications and the printed page. This exhibition challenges the notion of the death of the book, about which the curators say, “by no means is the book on the way out, but its concept and modes of reading have changed… read more

Mrzyk & Moriceau

Posted by Fabio 30 May 2012

Petra Mrzyk and Jean-François Moriceau have been collaborating since 1998. During these last years they have had many individual exhibitions as well as group shows. They have also made music videos for Air and Sébastien Tellier.

Erwin Wurm

Posted by Fabio 30 May 2012

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm redefind the term sculptural work. His work is based on objects, installations, drawing, videos, photography, dust objects and the one minute sculptures. He currently lives and works in Vienna and Limburg, Austria.

Nina Pandolfo – Feelings

Posted by Fabio 30 May 2012

Feelings marks Brazilian artist Nina Pandolfo’s London gallery debut with her Spice Angels series, overflowing with lively patterned, vibrantly coloured canvases and sculptures. read more

Lorn – Ghosst(s)

Posted by Fabio 29 May 2012

Taken from the forthcoming Lorn‘s album ‘Ask The Dust’, Ghosst(s) is the demonstration of the passage from life to death, from a presence to an absence. Various stages are linked together and constituted the transformation of an alive body into an abstract entity. Directed by CRCR.