Ancient Greek marble torso, photographed by Angel Gil.
Charcoal drawing on canvas titled Drumul luminii aka The way of light, by Moldovan artist Pavel Curagau.
A fifties flat in Madrid transformed to allow easy communication in a shared workspace, by puncturing a virtual cone and two spheres on the walls. Designed by Churtichaga Quadra-Salcedo architects, developed with Sketchup and inspired from Gordon Matta Clark’s artworks.
images by photographer Elena Almagro
Functioning bookshelves titled Antiquity, replica of Venus d’Arles and mahogany wood with brass elements, from the series Functional Sculpture / Sculptural Furniture by New York based designer /artist Sebastian Errazuriz.
The original Venus d’Arles was a copy of the Aphrodite of Thespiae by Praxiteles, gift from Julius Caesar to the city of Arles, lost until unearthed in 17th century Versailles. Still today, the Louvre questions whether to place the work in Antiquities or its 17th Century galleries. She languishes in the storeroom, forever invisible (source)
First image from artist’s current exhibition at Cristina Grajales Gallery, NY
Seeking Locccations under the autumn sky, Aegean Sea. Image WWT.