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Installation Art

A group for artists, curators of and anyone who is interested in installation or site-specific art.

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Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2015

Ann Hamilton - 'Bounden' 1998 Musee d'art Lyon (right), Venice Biennale installation 1999 (left)

Dwellings, 1972, Charles Simonds

The Dark Pool, 1995, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

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"But is it Installation Art?" by Claire Bishop. This is an article from Tate Etc magazine. What does the term “installation art" mean? Does it apply to big dark rooms that you stumble into to watch videos? Or empty rooms in which the lights go on and off?

Deconstructing Installation Art is an online book by Graham Coulter-Smith (published 2006). The text provides a critical analysis that compares and contrasts 'deconstructive' strategies in contemporary fine art installation with similar directions in new media art.

About the Venice Biennale, click here, and for links to national participants' websites click here.

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Celeste Prize 2013

Join Celeste Prize by 31 July 2013. It's your opportunity to have your work picked by our team of international curators and be part of a talent scouting environment. Artists from around the world…Continue

Tags: photography, installation, sculpture, painting

Started by Celeste Network Apr 22, 2013.

International Competition of Contemporary Artists - Win $1000

International Competition of Contemporary Artists - Win $1000…Continue

Started by ValeryRybakow Feb 22, 2013.

Ten Gagosian Gallery Artists who have defined our times 1 Reply

http://www.contemporaryartglobally.blogspot.comSome of them are have made their mark with installation art.  Check out…Continue

Started by Contemporary Art Globally. Last reply by Contemporary Art Globally Nov 16, 2012.

Rainbow coloured cage to light up the sky over King’s Cross Wednesday 16th November 2011 – 2013.

IFO Visitors to King’s Cross will be able to scan the night sky for an intriguing illumination from mid-November, thanks to an artwork that will be…Continue

Tags: Rainbow coloured cage, Kings Cross, Stéphanie Delcroix, Michael Pinsky, Jacques Rival

Started by Petra Nov 17, 2011.

I've Got Kompost Fever by Natalie Hegert 1 Reply

I've got Kompost Feverby Natalie HegertKompostSubstitutTorstrasse 159, 10115 Berlin, GermanyFebruary 27, 2009 - April 9, 2009There is something so incredibly satisfying about composting. Accumulating…Continue

Tags: Isabelle_Krieg, mixed-media_sculpture, installation, conceptual, photography

Started by Whitney Jordan. Last reply by Bosque Mar 31, 2009.

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Comment by Alexander Sutulov on December 3, 2014 at 0:08

La Mujer Araña

Desde su Laberinto

The SpiderWoman

From her Labyrinth

WALMER DISEÑO

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Instalaciones @ Murales @ Grabados

Atelier Alexander Sutulov

Los invitamos desde el mundo donde se tejen las ideas,

Como se conjugan arte y diseño

en una vivencia única e irrepetible

From the world where ideas are been knitted,

we invite you in how art and design

conjugate in a unique and unrepeatable experience

Comment by Alexander Sutulov on May 16, 2013 at 1:09

MOSSO Life

Con la magia del bosque

 

La propuesta del artista Alexander Sutulov cautiva por esa capacidad única de fundir el espíritude la naturaleza con técnicas tradicionales y digitales, hasta obtener sublimes obras que buscan envolver y ser escenario de quienes las observan.

 

With the forest’s magic

 

Artist Alexander Sutulov proposal captivates for his unique capability to merge natures spirit with traditional techniques, as much as digital ones; to the point of achieving sublime works of art which pursue to embrace in such a way they become the observer’s scenery.

Comment by Celeste Network on April 22, 2013 at 13:18

Join Celeste Prize by 31 July 2013. It's your opportunity to have your work picked by our team of international curators and be part of a talent scouting environment. Artists from around the world can submit their work, regardless of age, profession or gender.

Installation prize: 4,000€ 

More information and entries online:

http://www.celesteprize.com/celesteprize2013/

Comment by surrazionale paolo navale on March 4, 2013 at 9:22

 W.T.Richards are you on fb? 

Comment by Alysse Stepanian on February 2, 2013 at 19:18

Visit BOX 1035 on Facebook, my collaborative installations and multimedia work with Philip Mantione: https://www.facebook.com/Box1035

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Comment by lidorico on November 21, 2012 at 14:47

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Comment by Contemporary Art Globally on November 16, 2012 at 13:35

Will installation art eventually be the dominant art genre in galleries and contemporary museums globally?  In some ways it appears that most of what I see on the contemporary art scene seems to be moving in this direction.  I wonder if video art will be just as dominant or close?

Comment by ZEITLOS-BERLIN on September 4, 2012 at 8:39

Hello everyone,

Here is an exhibition that could interest you !

Safety, Speed, Comfort. Exquisite Vintage Travel posters 1920-1950
Exhibition in design gallery
ZEITLOS – BERLIN from 13 October to 9 December 2012

On 13 October, on the occasion of Design Meile, the design gallery ZEITLOS – BERLIN opens an exhibition of approx. 40 exquisite travel posters from the 1920s to 1950s from the two private collections Joachim Apitz and Marc Wegner. They depict the beginnings of the modern zest for traveling and, suddenly, exotic dreams come true. These attractive icons of growing tou- rism evoke times of a new sophisticated society in motion. Technical and geographical boundaries, traditional destinations and obsolete vehicles were left behind for new horizons and acceleration in stylish voyages.

These graphic gems tell us seductive fairy tales of new perceptions and experiences of technically achievable speed. During this era, the hardships and dangers of earlier expeditions began changing into luxurious social leisure. The new glamorous way of life abandoned out-of-date platforms such as spas, operas and country houses. Journeys lost the spell of peril, pain, dirt and waste of time. The new, safe, and comfortable options of mobility turned innovative vehicles such as zeppelins, air crafts, fast trains, and ocean liners into glittering stages for refined self-presentation and manifestation of a wealthy class. Numerous grand hotels emerged along the new routes and their landings and stations. A new lifestyle took shape, also entering private residences with its breath-taking chrome brilliance. The streamline prevailed over the ornament.

ZEITLOS – BERLIN presents rare samples of travel posters from two private collections. Most of the exhibits are for sale. With its excellent collection of authentic furniture, lamps, and accessories from the period between the Roaring Twenties and the optimistic Fifties, this gallery in the Charlottenburg stilwerk provides an ideal location for this specific genre. These cool, elegant objects of the Machine Age Era fascinate us till today with their unique combination of sensuality and technics. A very particular highlight of the show is a souvenir of the Titanic which, though its tragic loss, initiated a worldwide turning point in the technical production and safety standards at the time.

SAVE THE DATE !
ZEITLOS-BERLIN im stilwerk (3. Etage)
K
antstr. 17. 10623 berlin
030/31515631
info@zeitlos-berlin.de
www.zeitlos-berlin.de    
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Comment by Nathan Cordero on July 2, 2012 at 15:25
 

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