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Ron Broere

Ron Broere

Ran Hwang, "Dreaming of Joy," 2008. Six panel, buttons, pins, stainless steel bars. Practicing Zen, Hwang meticulously hammers thousands of pins and buttons to create her art. "The filled negative space in the absence of the positive space suggests mortality at the heart of self-recognition." (image 4)

Dreaming of Joy installation by Ran Hwang: Made of thousands of red buttons each secured by a pin to a wooden panel, the artist's painstaking execution is akin to a monk practicing Zen. The piece was only complete when the bird was surrounded by a 'cage'.

Vein face sculpture

We are enjoying the metal and root sculptures of South Korean artist Sun-Hyuk Kim this morning. Kim received a master's degree in Sculpture from t.

Namsa Leuba’s Experimental Photography Series “NGL” Focuses on Emerging Fashion Talent in Lagos. Whilst in residency at Art Twenty One in Lagos last year, for her series “NGL” Swiss-Guinean photographer and creative director Namsa Leuba worked with.

Sasha Waltz

Rick Owens fashion show. Fashion is a key element of our pop up department store, which has its own fashion department showcasing a range of innovative fashion and tailoring brands. The design of MULTIPLEX is inspired by silhouettes and dramatic lighting.

One of a series of portraits by Kumi Yamashita.  This body of work consists of three simple materials that, when combined, produce the portraits: a wooden panel painted a solid white, thousands of small galvanized nails, and a single, unbroken, common sewing thread.

A Single Thread Wrapped Around Thousands of Nails. Kumi Yamashita, whose mind-blowing shadow artworks have been featured before, uses a single, unbroken thread wrapped around thousands of nails to create stunning portraits of women and men.