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Posts tagged Sculpture.

Anne Lindberg

Amazing installations from Anne Lindberg.

Anne Lindberg: Raume Yellow (1/2)
Anne Lindberg: Raume Yellow (2/2)
Anne Lindberg: Canto Yellow (1/3)
Anne Lindberg: Canto Yellow (2/3)
Anne Lindberg: Canto Yellow (3/3)

Disappointingly, I was just in Omaha, and missed these amazing pieces at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. (Via)

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PaulApr 6, 2012
 

Yes/No

Lovely typographical sculpture by Markus Raetz.

Yes/No by Markus Raetz

Via

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PaulMar 16, 2012
 
Tagged with: Sculpture, Typography

Belgica Blue Field

This image by Carl Andre has the amazing property that, if part of it sits below the fold of your browser, then, as you scroll down, it will appear as though you are also zooming in. That, I declare, is neat.

Carl Andre - Belgica Blue Field (1989)

Via Things Organized Neatly and trackbacks pursuant.

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PaulDec 9, 2011
 

Spaces Etc.

I am smitten with the sculpture of Ron Gilad, and I hope you are too.

Vertex No. 1, Ron Gilad
Vertex No. 2, Ron Gilad
Vertex No. 3, Ron Gilad
Cube + Corner, No. 1, Ron Gilad

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PaulOct 7, 2011
 

Less is Better: Clean Air Billboard

This sculpture by Canada's Lead Pencil Studio is all kinds of wonderful.

Powerful use of negative space and the construction makes it look like a three-dimensional tone drawing. Outstanding.

Lead Pencil Studio: Clean Air Billboard
Lead Pencil Studio: Clean Air Billboard
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NickNov 9, 2010
 

Michael Johansson

Somehow overdetermined by effortless Zen mastery and crippling obsessive compulsion, the installations of Swedish sculptor Michael Johansson are scratching a very deep itch I didn't know I had.

I don't know why I am slightly embarrassed to admit how much these Michael Johansson installations speak to me.

Frozen Belongings by Michael Johansson (1/2)

Frozen Belongings by Michael Johansson (2/2)

Four Hundred Shades of Brown II by Michael Johansson

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PaulFeb 26, 2010
 
Tagged with: Art, Neurosis, Sculpture, Tetris, Zen