A video of dancer at the front of Eiffel Tower in Paris.
All the art in london in one dayロンドンの全ての芸術作品を1日で見てまわる
I tried to see every piece of art in London in one day.
Many thanks to Hungry Man, 101, Art Fund, all of the museums/galleries and everyone else who made this possible.
National Art Pass – artfund.org/national-art-pass
Turner Prize winner Anish Kapoor in a nut shell – NOWNESSアニッシュ・カプーアの作品を観るふたり「Turner Prize winner Anish Kapoor in a nut shell」
The most recent instalment of Lost Paradise’s playful series The Smart Talk, sees two inquisitive gallery goers provide a beginners guide to the works of British-Indian sculptor, Anish Kapoor. Read more on NOWNESS – bit.ly/1W1J6ze
Richard Serra’s Sequence moves to SFMOMAリチャード・セラ「Sequence」の移設プロセス
Joe Vilardi talks about the process of moving Richard Serra’s 40-foot figure eight sculpture “Sequence” from Stanford to SFMOMA in February 2015.
The sculpture will be unveiled as the 214-ton greeter for the new Howard Street Gallery in the expanded museum which opens in 2016.
With the success of Pixar came an avalanche of computer-generated animation but not all animators are following the hi-tech pack. Monocle Films travels to the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and southern England in search of storytellers who think outside the computer box.
To discover more about Monocle magazine head to monocle.com
Works that collaged several videos of sandy beach and sea.
Jean Dubuffet – Closerie Falbalaジャン・デュビュッフェ「クロズリー・ファルバラ」
A video of Jean Dubuffet’s Closerie Falbala.
An interesting video collage of people playing at a beech.
Dots Obsession – Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope by Yayoi Kusama at The Philip Johnson Glass House草間彌生のインスタレーション「Dots Obsession – Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope」
A Time-Laps film by Dots Obsession – Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope is a special installation for a limited time, September 1 through 26, where Kusama has created an “infinity room” experience with the Glass House itself covered with polka dots. Visitors who attend the exhibition during this period will be offered the unique experience to simultaneously see the world through the eyes of both Philip Johnson and Yayoi Kusama. The Glass House’s window walls and doors allow the artist to create a one-of-a-kind signature “infinity room.” The polka dots directly engage the architecture of the Glass House, complementing its structure and aesthetics, breathing new life into the house. For Kusama, the polka dot represents an individual, its own universe. Similarly, Philip Johnson created his own private universe at the Glass House, sculpting every aspect of landscape experience into his own universe.
フィリップ・ジョンソン設計の「ガラスの家」で行われた草間彌生のインスタレーション「Dots Obsession – Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope」の様子を記録したタイムラプス動画。