Posts Tagged 'Public Art'

What Remains of Public Art: Conversation 2 with Harmen de Hoop

In part two of this series of conversations with Harmen de Hoop, we asked him to share his views on perceptions of art in public space: ephemerality, audiences and the role of the media. Conversation pieces are below.     

/ By Shriya Malhotra

What Remains of Public Art: Conversation 2 with Harmen de Hoop

In part two of this series of conversations with Harmen de Hoop, we asked him to share his views on perceptions of art in public space: ephemerality, audiences and the role of the media. Conversation pieces are below.     

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Public Space Magic

The 5th Delai Sam had great workshops about creative interaction and public space: Brad Downey taught us how to spontaneously reconfigure everyday objects into public sculptures that convey humor, irony and a sense of play in the city. Artur Van Balen showed us how to make

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Public Space Magic

The 5th Delai Sam had great workshops about creative interaction and public space: Brad Downey taught us how to spontaneously reconfigure everyday objects into public sculptures that convey humor, irony and a sense of play in the city. Artur Van Balen showed us how to make

/ By Shriya Malhotra

The City as Canvas

Muralism is at the intersection of street art and public art in which artists create large, sanctioned works on walls or sides of buildings that immediately engage and sometimes transform the space and surroundings. Contemporary murals can also be a

/ By Shriya Malhotra

The City as Canvas

Muralism is at the intersection of street art and public art in which artists create large, sanctioned works on walls or sides of buildings that immediately engage and sometimes transform the space and surroundings. Contemporary murals can also be a

/ By Shriya Malhotra

Public Art a la Belorusse

I recently visited the Belorussian city of Gomel and was inspired by its wonderful public art. In Moscow, we tend to think in terms of art-districts and public-art programs, but in Gomel, which is typical of a post-Soviet city, art

/ By Igor Ponosov

Public Art a la Belorusse

I recently visited the Belorussian city of Gomel and was inspired by its wonderful public art. In Moscow, we tend to think in terms of art-districts and public-art programs, but in Gomel, which is typical of a post-Soviet city, art

/ By Igor Ponosov

Red People

In spring 2007, an art group – Pprofessors – designed the Red People as a project exclusively for themselves. It is a construction kit that can be assembled algorithmically into an anthropomorphic object-character. Thanks to their modular, plastic structure, many

/ By Igor Ponosov

Red People

In spring 2007, an art group – Pprofessors – designed the Red People as a project exclusively for themselves. It is a construction kit that can be assembled algorithmically into an anthropomorphic object-character. Thanks to their modular, plastic structure, many

/ By Igor Ponosov