Sculpture

>In London: Anthony James X W1 Curates. An Immersive Visual Experience

12–26 April, London: Anthony James and Opera Gallery have collaborated with W1 Curates to present a new digital exhibition to be displayed on the three-floor Flannels London flagship store in Oxford Street starting from the 12th of April. This immersive visual experience will convert the thirty-six 8k resolution digital canvases covering Flannels’ facade into an Anthony James’ […]

>In Setouchi: ‘Falling Cherry Petals’ Exhibition by Motoi Yamamoto

March 9 – May 5, Setouchi City, Okayama: Motoi Yamamoto is a Japanese artist known for working with salt, often in the form of temporary, intricate, large-scale installations. Motoi forged a connection to the substance while mourning the death of his sister. “In 1994, my 24-year-old sister died of a […]

Watch: ‘Jonah’, a New Stop-Motion Film by Manuel Cojocaru

Manuel Cojocaru, Romanian young author and philosopher, has found a new way to express his ideas and disquietudes – stop motion short-films. His first experiment in this area was quite a success. Idol, his first stop-motion video tells a metaphorical story about “absurd, primitive and archetypal realm”. In the meantime, […]

Bogdan Imurluc: „Art is The Mirror of Our Time and Culture!”

The most enduring and, arguably, the greatest form of fine art known to man, sculpture has played a major role in the evolution of culture. We are truly happy to highlight a Bucharest-based sculptor, Bogdan Nicolae Imurluc. He started art school early at 13 years old at the Nicolae Tonitza […]