• India
    Latest Updates,  Sculpture

    India builds the largest bird statue in the world

    In India, it seems that they like to do things in a big way; a country of contrasts, where extreme poverty prevails contrasts with some amazing architectural and sculptural projects. The last -huge- piece of art that fights to touch the Hindu sky, is a sculpture in the shape of the largest bird in the world, a colossal eagle that has taken more than 10 years to build in the Jatayu Earth’s Center. In the magic and unique environment of India, a tourist destination par excellence, a colossal sculpture has been erected, and is another attraction that adds to the thousands of wonders that can be contemplated and lived there.…

  • Daku
    Art,  Latest Updates

    Daku fills the streets of India with poems

    It could be a metaphor, but no, the Indian artist Daku used sunlight to fill the streets of India with poems. Panjim, capital of Goa, southwest India, has been the place chosen for this intervention that is becoming visible as the abundant light of the region makes its appearance every day. A hanging fishing net with the inverted letters incorporated makes it possible for the sun to filter through it and project the texts on the ground. “Time works wonders“, “Time moves“, “Time flies over us, but leaves behind its shadow“, “Time fades“, “Time is an illusion” are some of the phrases that pedestrians they are on their way down…

  • Ganges
    Latest Updates,  Photography

    The Demise of Mother Ganges by Giulio Di Sturco

    The Ganges is the embodiment of all sacred waters in Hindu mythology, its cultural significance is so great that it is the first non-human entity in India to be granted the same legal rights as a person. Italian photographer Giulio di Sturco spent eight years photographing the body of water, documenting it as both person and place in ‘Living Entity’. “The Ganges is a river intimately connected with every aspect of Indian life”, di Sturco writes. “It is a source of water, energy, and livelihood for millions of people who live along the banks of the river, and thanks to the fertile land, it provides food to more than one-third…

  • Latest Updates,  Photography

    Impressive winners of 2018 Environmental Photographer

    The Environmental Photographer of the Year competition awards are for those who use their creative voices to document the state of the planet. The 2018 contest saw entries from 89 countries, and only five photographers were selected as winners for their abilities to tell powerful stories. This contest is run by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), which gathers water and environment professional. Saeed Mohammadzadeh, an Iranian photographer, got the Environmental Photographer of the Year for his image of an abandoned ship in the salt of the evaporating Urmia Lake. The image (below) demonstrates the deadly combination of climate change and man’s destruction of nature. The extreme salt…