Out of sync

Dan Colen investigates the conceptual stakes of materiality and mark making. Alongside his works in oil on canvas, he has often employed unconventional materials such as chewing gum.
Tal R has always moved effortlessly between genres, including sculpture, but his bronze sculptures represent a new chapter in his oeuvre
Olaf Breuning always has created an immersive installation of steel sculptures and large photo collages to continue his discerning humor and astute visual language.
Louise Bourgeois is one of the most respected artists of our time. This retrospective exhibition focuses thematically on birth, growing up, family and motherhood.
The 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by BIG, at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, London consists of an "unzipped wall"
MAD Architects was founded in Beijing by Chinese architect Ma Yansong. The firm is committed to developing futuristic, organic, technologically advanced designs
I was a professional musician I played the accordion so music is part of my life and I don't feel I gave up music all I do as an architect is about music he says
"This design proposes a space that resonates with the feelings of loss and absence that were generated by the death and destruction at the World Trade Center," Michael Arad
KAWS is an American graffiti artist and designer known for blurring the boundaries between commercial and fine Art by doing both toys, paintings, sculptures and prints.
”We should be embracing the time we live in.” Design icon Karim Rashid wants to touch humanity. He wants people to stop living in the past, and start living in the present in stead.
”Styling is when you look into history and copy history, and designing is when you look into the future and shape the future”

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