Posts tagged "MoMA"

Brett Willliams | Chalking the Colour in Vulnerability | Part II

Capetonian artist Brett Williams has a knack for exploring rawness and vulnerability in the human form through his daring art pieces. In part one of our discussion, he talked to one small seed about his craft and his process of creation. In part two Williams tells us about his discovery of his colour-blindness, his art...

Brett Willliams | Chalking the Colour in Vulnerability | Part I

Colour-blindness and art may seem like an unlikely combination, but Brett Williams is chalking the colour in emotional rawness and vulnerability through art. The Cape Town-based artist is diversely talented with a penchant for acting and an ability to re-create and re-interpret the human form in his striking artworks. His subjects are people of all...

The World According to Doug Aitken

Since his first exhibit in 1991 Doug Aitken, the conceptual artist from Los Angeles, has challenged conventional notions of what art can be. He is known for his innovative use of various mediums in order to create work that discusses how human memories and time fuse together with the world around us.
The water cathedral

The water cathedral

The Water Cathedral is the selected project by Gun Arq for the 2011 YaP installation in Santiago, Chile. MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest non-profit contemporary art institutions in the United States, while MoMA is an exhibition space hosting some of the most experimental art in the world.