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    ‘Universe of Words’: Art Installation with 140,000 Pieces of Paper

    I always believe that art in all its forms, painting, writing, sculpture, cinema, photography or an installation, is a vehicle for an artist to express everything he could not express in words. Emmanuelle Moureaux turns this idea around and turns everything that can be expressed into art with thousands of letters and paper concepts that, in an explosion of color, give rise to a fantastic installation, to a whole universe of words. “Universe of Words” is the fantasy in the form of an installation created by the French architect based in Tokyo, Emmanuelle Moureaux. Within the framework of the Tanabata Festival and inspired by the tradition of writing wishes on…

  • Turkey
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    An Impacting Installation in Turkey in Memory of 400 Women Victim of Violence

    There is no doubt that sexist violence is one of the worst blunders our current society suffers: the figures add up every day and are overwhelming, and a reflection of a problem that needs solutions that involve basic errors. And Turkey in on the list. You have to mobilize, denounce and raise awareness about a terrible reality that is happening with an astonishing frequency and that does not understand social strata, nationalities or races, which does not understand fundamental human rights. Turkish artist Vahit Tuna, moved by the news about women killed at the hands of their partners and the movements in social networks in favor of eradicating sexist violence,…

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    Patchwork: the Art of Amanda Browder

    Imagine huge old buildings full of history that frame our urban environments, could be, overnight, an authentic multicolored explosion of large dimensions that seemed to come out of a naive painting passed through the psychedelic filter. That’s the Patchwork. The textile technique of “Patchwork“, it is just what the artist Amanda Browder proposes to the communities where she works to build specific architectural interventions for each site. The “Patchwork” is a process through which pieces such as quilts, covers or clothes are made, using remnants of totally different fabrics that can have striking prints and, usually, are brightly colored. Well, using hundreds of meters of donated fabrics with bright tones…

  • Vile
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    “Vile” Creates Stunning Optical Effects

    The urban art of graffiti reaches very high levels of quality in the hands of artists who master the spray technique to the point of creating impossible dimensions and volumes where there are none, to the point of playing with our brains. This is Vile. Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes (Vile), with only fourteen years old, began to paint graffiti and after having studied at two art schools in Lisbon, “ETIC” and “ARCO”, it was 2007 the year of beginning to become an independent worker, artist and professional painter. Master the techniques of watercolor, oil, coal, digital design and tattoos, which has allowed him to evolve as a graffiti and mural…

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    “Steampunk Pavillion”: sculpture and architecture coming together

    When the best of sculpture and architecture come together in an installation, creations as amazing as “Steampunk Pavilion“, a subtle conglomerate of wood that twists in knotted spirals, can result. The tones that the wood brings to it, which has as its main subject, offer a unique autumn and avant-garde visual spectacle, located within the framework of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB 2019) that, recently, opened in Estonia. “Steampunk Pavilion” stands out among a large number of exhibitions and facilities presented under the theme “beauty matters” and which has been curated by London architect Yael Reisner. The festival celebrates the aesthetic experience of architecture and aims, in Reisner’s words, “to…

  • Greenland
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    Greenland lost in one day the ice that should have preserved until 2050

    The heat wave that shook Europe at the end of July has shifted towards the boreal regions of the planet, parking momentarily in Greenland, where it has caused a very disturbing obvious effect. Indeed, due to this circumstance, the gigantic island lost more than half of its ice surface, which simply melted due to the heat. It is estimated that about 12.5 billion tons of ice ended up converted into a sufficient volume of water to fill 64 million Olympic pools. The images speak for themselves, as can be seen in this video: According to experts on climate and ecological issues, this melting is anticipated in almost 30 years, as…

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    J. Henry Fair shows in his Photographs the “Industrial Scars” left by Modern Life

    What better way to make the world aware of what we are doing on our planet, than with photographs? J. Henry Fair has captured the toxic waste that is killing our planet. “Industrial Scars” is another example of what we want to call “sustainability” is, in the end, quite the opposite. Fireplaces that expel tons of smoke or toxic waste that stain the rivers, are some of the images that you can see in this photographs. J. Henry Fair has dedicated to documenting in aerial view, the damage caused to the earth. The abstract images are of an incomparable beauty, with reddish colors like lava, or yellow like the sun,…

  • Morocco
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    Chefchaouen, The Blue Pearl of Morocco

    Chefchaouen is located in the Rif mountain in northern Morocco. City between mountains, it slides through the skirt of two imposing horned peaks. This charming town stands out for the blue color in which the inhabitants have painted their houses and streets. Each neighbor brings a different charm giving the town a fantastic, fairy-tale air, turning its land into one of the most bewitching in northern Morocco. The visit of Chefchaouen can begin in the Outta el Hamman square, heart and epicenter of the land and continue along its cobblestone streets discovering squares and fountains around every corner or admiring its hammams, mosques, craft markets… One of the best views…

  • Whales
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    Whales with Ocean Plastics Agonize in Budapest

    We know not only whales but also the Mediterranean Sea is drowning. The impact of its ecosystem is a cause for alarm and urgent measures to ensure its survival. But Greenpeace has something to say. The Mediterranean Sea is one of the most visited tourist destinations by Hungarians every summer, but unfortunately, tourists who come to their favorite sea have to meet another guest: water pollution. According to WWF, almost 570 thousand tons of garbage flood the sea each year, equivalent to 33,800 plastic bottles per minute. Activists from Greenpeace put a couple of life-size sculptures of two whales that emerge from a sea of ​​plastic debris in front of…

  • Tokyo
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    Tokyo never sleeps: Vibrant Night Photographs of Hosokawa Ryohei

    Photographer Hosokawa Ryohei is based in Tokyo. He captures the energetic nightlife of the Japanese capital. And does a fantastic work! Its vibrant night landscapes portray the fascinating metropolis of cement and neon, its buildings and inhabitants. Hosokawa Ryohei often plays with perspective, light and reflections, using puddles and streets that are slippery with rain as part of his compositions. In them, buildings and urban flashes are reflected in their liquid surfaces. Most of his images are long exposure snapshots. More of his marvelous images: I’ve never been there in Tokyo and I have to. Soon. Ryohei photographs with an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II camera. You can check his…