Installation Art

Τριπλός Υβριδικός Πίλος ενός από τα Γλυπτά Μανιτάρια του Κάρστεν Χέλερ

The Giant Sculptured Mushrooms by Carsten Höller

On the occasion of The Giant Sculptured Mushrooms by Carsten Höller presentation, it is attempted to critically present a wide spectrum of selected works and exhibitions of the artist, while is no avoiding the problematic behind the so-called artworks, as well as their reflection on their prestige and place in contemporary art.

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Jorge Mayet 'Sobre todas as coisas'

The World of Plants in the Art of Jorge Mayet

Living and creating away from his home country of Cuba, the expatriate visual artist Jorge Mayet builds small three-dimensional meteoric landscapes, where the usual protagonist is one or more trees – sometimes partly, sometimes totally uprooted. The following article presents some of his greatest artworks in a critical way.

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Ρεβέκα Λουίζ Λάου – Rebecca Louise Law - The Beauty of Decay, Άποψη του Έργου

The Ephemeral Floral Suspension of Rebecca Louise Law

With raw material the flowers, the British artist Rebecca Louise Law manages to create colourful spatial compositions that are fragrant. But with the action of time, the installations lose colour & fragrance, leaving in place the pure & powerful sculptural structure of the perishable & consumable ephemeral artworks.

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Ενρίκε Ολιβέιρα (Henrique Oliveira), 'Baitogogo' - Palais de Tokyo

Henrique Oliveira, The Sculptor and Painter

Henrique Oliveira, a Brazilian-born sculptor and painter, creates three-dimensional constructions using materials of little value that transform the real into a dreamy space and the imaginary into a tangible one. In the following article we go through some of these places by way of the Henrique Oliveira’s installations.

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Frank Plant - Frank 's Plant 'Grow' at the Wageningen University

The Sculpture by Frank Plant at the Wageningen University

When an excellent idea is implemented by a gifted artist the result is always marvelous: the Dutch Wageningen University commissioned the sculptor Frank Plant to create a work that will artistically represent what the University represents. And Frank Plant did it. He gave a wall-mounted large scale sculptural composition entitled ‘Grow’.

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

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Tulip Types or Cultivar Groups of the Plant

A relatively vague field, that of the grouping of Tulip plants or Divisions from a Horticultural point of view, comes to cover this article, providing all the information that will help the plant lover and the researcher to get to know better these wonderful bulbous species and their cultivars and varieties.

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Lawn Seeding in Home Garden – Methods & Techniques

Creating a new lawn in the traditional way, ie sowing, has its advantages and disadvantages. However knowing and applying the appropriate techniques, the seeding process and the result can also be successful, and with the perspective of time, the new sowing lawn can become a wonderful green carpet.

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Τριπλός Υβριδικός Πίλος ενός από τα Γλυπτά Μανιτάρια του Κάρστεν Χέλερ

The Giant Sculptured Mushrooms by Carsten Höller

On the occasion of The Giant Sculptured Mushrooms by Carsten Höller presentation, it is attempted to critically present a wide spectrum of selected works and exhibitions of the artist, while is no avoiding the problematic behind the so-called artworks, as well as their reflection on their prestige and place in contemporary art.

Read More »
Jorge Mayet 'Sobre todas as coisas'

The World of Plants in the Art of Jorge Mayet

Living and creating away from his home country of Cuba, the expatriate visual artist Jorge Mayet builds small three-dimensional meteoric landscapes, where the usual protagonist is one or more trees – sometimes partly, sometimes totally uprooted. The following article presents some of his greatest artworks in a critical way.

Read More »
Ρεβέκα Λουίζ Λάου – Rebecca Louise Law - The Beauty of Decay, Άποψη του Έργου

The Ephemeral Floral Suspension of Rebecca Louise Law

With raw material the flowers, the British artist Rebecca Louise Law manages to create colourful spatial compositions that are fragrant. But with the action of time, the installations lose colour & fragrance, leaving in place the pure & powerful sculptural structure of the perishable & consumable ephemeral artworks.

Read More »
Ενρίκε Ολιβέιρα (Henrique Oliveira), 'Baitogogo' - Palais de Tokyo

Henrique Oliveira, The Sculptor and Painter

Henrique Oliveira, a Brazilian-born sculptor and painter, creates three-dimensional constructions using materials of little value that transform the real into a dreamy space and the imaginary into a tangible one. In the following article we go through some of these places by way of the Henrique Oliveira’s installations.

Read More »
Frank Plant - Frank 's Plant 'Grow' at the Wageningen University

The Sculpture by Frank Plant at the Wageningen University

When an excellent idea is implemented by a gifted artist the result is always marvelous: the Dutch Wageningen University commissioned the sculptor Frank Plant to create a work that will artistically represent what the University represents. And Frank Plant did it. He gave a wall-mounted large scale sculptural composition entitled ‘Grow’.

Read More »

The use of the material, where third-party rights are not mentioned, is absolutely free. Its sharing, possibly, useful.

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

Read More »

Tulip Types or Cultivar Groups of the Plant

A relatively vague field, that of the grouping of Tulip plants or Divisions from a Horticultural point of view, comes to cover this article, providing all the information that will help the plant lover and the researcher to get to know better these wonderful bulbous species and their cultivars and varieties.

Read More »

Lawn Seeding in Home Garden – Methods & Techniques

Creating a new lawn in the traditional way, ie sowing, has its advantages and disadvantages. However knowing and applying the appropriate techniques, the seeding process and the result can also be successful, and with the perspective of time, the new sowing lawn can become a wonderful green carpet.

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