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Florentijn Hofman’s Giant Rubber Duck Makes its Way to Los Angeles

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 22, 2014
After an extended stay in the bays of Hong Kong, Florentijn Hofman’s quirky floating duck installation has made its way across the Pacific, nestling in the Los Angeles port. The giant rubber duck will make its splash in celebration of the city&...

Azuma Makoto Sends Plants to Space

ArtsComments ⋅ Jul 22, 2014
For Azuma Makoto’s newest series, the Japanese artist photographed a white pine bonsai and an arrangement of flowers floating above Earth’s bed of clouds. Working with a team of 10 people, the 38-year-old creative attached each plant disp...

Abandoned Liverpool Warehouse Filled with Jellyfish

ArtsComments ⋅ Jul 14, 2014
An abandoned warehouse in Liverpool’s Toxteth district is now home to a unique installation from artists Walter Hugo and Zoniel. Dubbed The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living, the piece sees a glowing j...

1,600 Panda World Tour Coming to Hong Kong

ArtsComments ⋅ May 5, 2014
Threatened by human expansion, a limited diet, and low birthrates, the giant panda has long been classified as an endangered species with estimates as low as fewer than 1,600 living in the wild. To raise awareness for this tragic circumstance, French...

Berndnaut Smilde “Antipode” Exhibition @ Ronchini Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 21, 2014
Toying with haunting visual motifs through clever photography and installation is rising Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde, who has recently unveiled a new exhibition at Ronchini Gallery in London. Smilde’s latest work is chiefly concerned with the...

AllRightsReserved 2014 “I AM HERE” Installation @ Chengdu IFS

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 15, 2014
Renowned for public arts projects in the United States such as Sacramento Airport’s “Leap” and “I See What You Mean” in Denver, American sculptor Lawrence Argent took his talents eastward for a new project with AllRights...

teamLab’s Illuminated Spheres Respond to Human Touch

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 6, 2014
Exhibiting at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in China, creative design consortium teamLab invites visitors into a multi-sensory indulging presentation that includes illuminated orbs that respond to human touch. Suspended from the ceiling and hovering abov...

Lu Xinjian Depicts Shanghai’s Vibrant Cityscape

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 27, 2013
Advancing his City DNA series, Chinese artist Lu Xinjian moves from painting his unique cityscape depictions to creating a vibrant fluorescent light installation. Using Google Earth imagery as a blueprint, the artist reimagines an aerial view of Shan...

Damien Hirst and Felix Gonzales-Torres “Visual Candy” Installation

ArtsComments ⋅ Nov 24, 2013
In a bid to compare similarities in the way both artists use ‘Candy’ as a theme, Blain|Southern gallery is holding an exclusive exhibition showcasing archival works from the late Felix Gonzales-Torres and Britain’s Damien Hirst. The...