• Steampunk
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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…

  • Thomas Dambo
    Art,  Latest Updates,  Sculpture

    Thomas Dambo and his wooden giants in Copenhagen

    Thomas Dambo is a Danish sculptor who works with recycled materials. In the last 3 years he has created some 25 great sculptures recycled and distributed all over the world. He made 6 giants and hid them in his hometown in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sculptures are found in some of their favorite places in the city, where people do not go often, away from the usual paths. The sculptures can be found using a treasure map or a poem stuck in a stone near each sculpture. These give clues to find the different giants. He created all the sculptures with recycled wood. Mostly, with 600 old pallets, a broken shed,…

  • John Morris
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    The peculiar sculptures of John Morris

    The Irish artist John Morris controls different disciplines with an unusual perfection. But his favorite seems to be sculpture. After years of observing the different paradigms of pop culture and constant work, he has managed to make dolls his letter of introduction. Without any type of censorship, his works are between the retailer and the minimalist: Sportsmen, heroines and villains are their most copious production. So I decided to show you a small proof of his interesting work so wherever you see it, be able to recognize it. John was born in Dublin in 1958. He has been painting since the late 1990’s. Recently, he moved back to Dublin ,and…