Mark Jenkins haunting, disquieting, hilarious mannequin sculptures

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American street artist Mark Jenkins is the creative mind behind these amazing lifelike mannequin sculptures which he installs in public places, much to the bafflement of the general public across big cities all over the world. Haunting and disquieting, Jenkins’ sculptures seek to provoke their viewers, and provoke they do – distress, horror and anxiety surely being key responses to his public works. Looking at his suicidal, building-jumping mannequin, the one laying face down in a pond like ...  View More
May 22, 2017 Jessica

DESERT X: Jennifer Bolande’s billboards advertise the nature around

Jennifer Bolande DESERT X billboards
As part of Desert X, an outdoor exhibition of art installations and site-specific works currently taking place across the Coachella Valley, Jennifer Bolande has installed a series of billboards that are camouflaged among the surrounding desert landscape: 'In a cinematic experience animated by driving along Gene Autry Trail, viewers will encounter a series of billboards featuring photographs of the very mountains towards which they are heading. Each photograph is unique to its position along this ...  View More
March 5, 2017 Tiffany

Please Touch The Art: Participatory installations by Jeppe Hein

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Jeppe Hein is Danish artist based in Berlin and Copenhagen. His interactive sculptures and installations combine elements of humor with the 1970s traditions of minimalism and conceptual art. The "Please Touch The Art" exhibition (04/2015 - 04/2016) brought a series of participatory installations to New York City, located around the waterfront Brooklyn bridge park. The 18 interactive sculptures included 3 distinct bodies of work: "Appearing Rooms", a series of spaces formed by shooting water that ...  View More
January 2, 2017 Tiffany

The installations of giant athletes across Rio 2016 by artist “JR”

In celebration of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, French artist JR has created two new public artworks in the city. The pair of installations build upon the artist’s ongoing "inside out" project, but adopt a completely novel material in their realization: construction scaffolding. JR depicts two larger than life athletic figures on metal poles, placed in dramatic locations across the urban landscape of Rio.  View More
August 4, 2016 Jason