Half round and light, half square and dark… this is an intriguing contrast which almost looks like two juxtaposed pictures.
Between mountains and sea, these colorful shapes go hand in hand with the beauty of natural landscape. But they are not just a sculpture exhibition.
This is not a dream, even if it is a dreamy place.
in a Wes Anderson movie ? In a very bizarre dream ? On in a children world ? Go for the latter …
A great creation for the Brugge Triennale.
Colorful and small. A new interpretation of bistrot ! Check it out.
Must art be colorblind ? Well there is a way to combine both. Check it out.
For its 10th anniversary, Tokyo’s National Art Center has commissionned Emmanuelle Moureaux to create an installation on its premises. With Forest of Numbers, the designer has chosen to immerge visitors into the ten coming years. The 60,000 paper cut-outs string down from the ceiling, each piece representing a number from 0 through 9, results in 10 floating layers of materialized years. A delicate, beautiful, symbolic, poetic experience. Forest of Numbers is the 18th… Lire la Suite