Tag: Sculpture

  • Metropolitan Cats

    Metropolitan Cats

    Over 1,000 years of cats in art.

  • The Mask of Sorrow

    The Mask of Sorrow

    From Wikipedia: [The Mask of Sorrow] is a monument perched on a hill above Magadan, Russia, commemorating the many prisoners who suffered and died in the Gulag prison camps in the Kolyma region of the Soviet Union during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. […] It consists of a large concrete statue of a face, with tears coming from the left eye in the form of […]

  • Kintsugi

    Kintsugi

    From mymodernmet.com: Kintsugi art dates back to the late 15th century. According to legend, the craft commenced when Japanese shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent a cracked chawan—or  tea bowl—back to China to undergo repairs. Upon its return, Yoshimasa was displeased to find that it had been mended with unsightly metal staples. This motivated contemporary craftsmen to find an alternative, aesthetically pleasing method […]

  • Paul Kirps Terminal

    Paul Kirps Terminal

    From Paul Kirps website: Fake cash distributor (Bancomat, Atm). Conceived and produced for the “Ceci n’est pas un Casino”, group show held at the Casino – Forum d’art contemporain in Luxembourg (1 May – 5 September 2010). Terminal was also on show at the Villa Merkel in Esslingen (14 November 2010 – 13 February 2011), and at […]