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Michael Beitz SculptureMore unique art on Cross Connect...

Michael Beitz Sculpture More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook Posted by Andrew

Michael Beitz SculptureMore unique art on Cross Connect... crss

Michael Beitz Sculpture More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook Posted by Andrew crss

John McLaughlin - Open House, Dublin 2013. Photos © Ros...

John McLaughlin -  Open House , Dublin 2013. Photos ©  Ros Kavanagh .

3D Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani Aakash Nihalani was... crss

3D Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani Aakash Nihalani was born in 1986 in Queens, New York and is currently based in Brooklyn. In 2008, he received a BFA from Steinhardt School, New York University and in 2012 he was awarded a residency at the Willem de Kooning studio in East Hampton. Nihalani’s street installations, which are constructed from strips of instantly identifiable fluorescent tape, open up unexpected dimensions and often enlightening and humorous perspectives to the otherwise routine urbanscapes upon which they are affixed. His pieces are meant to engage the public by creating environments that can be physically entered and explored from various angles, exposing unnoticed details, and transforming passersby or gallery visitors into active participants. Artist website  and Instagram . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by tu recepcja   via crss

3D Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani Aakash Nihalani was...

3D Tape Installations by Aakash Nihalani Aakash Nihalani was born in 1986 in Queens, New York and is currently based in Brooklyn. In 2008, he received a BFA from Steinhardt School, New York University and in 2012 he was awarded a residency at the Willem de Kooning studio in East Hampton. Nihalani’s street installations, which are constructed from strips of instantly identifiable fluorescent tape, open up unexpected dimensions and often enlightening and humorous perspectives to the otherwise routine urbanscapes upon which they are affixed. His pieces are meant to engage the public by creating environments that can be physically entered and explored from various angles, exposing unnoticed details, and transforming passersby or gallery visitors into active participants. Artist website  and Instagram . Want to keep up with art?  Check out our Twitter feed. posted by tu recepcja   via