Archive: Central Park
Iran do Espírito Santo’s concrete ‘Playground’ in New York

Iran do Espírito Santo’s concrete ‘Playground’ in New York

Iran do Espírito Santo – Playground, concrete, 411,5 x 411,5 x 411,5 cm (162 x 162 x 162 in), Doris C. Freedman Plaza, New York, 2013-2014
Iran do Espírito Santo – Playground, concrete, 411,5 x 411,5 x 411,5 cm (162 x 162 x 162 in), Doris C. Freedman Plaza, New York, 2013-2014

Introduction

Iran do Espírito Santo has over the years managed to become one of the most fascinating contemporary artists not just in Brazil, but in the world as well. Today, he is primarily celebrated for his minimalist projects that cover issues of design, place, surface, structure and material. By using abstracted day-to-day objects, his installations assume a delicate mutiny of minimalism. As a result, Santo is often concerned with the tactile features of his chosen subjects and materials. Working with different mediums such as copper, steel, paint and stone, his work emphasizes the sleekness of surfaces and forms of manufactured goods to seduce audiences all over the world.

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Rotating air plane in Central Park, NYC

Rotating air plane in Central Park, NYC

Paola Pivi - How I Roll (rotating piper seneca)
Photo: Attilio Maranzano

About ‘How I Roll’

For two months a small air plane was rotating 24 hours a day in summer 2012 in Central Park, New York. Previous works by Paola Pivi have also featured large machines, including an overturned tractor-trailer and a helicopter placed upside down.

Born in Milan, Italy, in 1971 and now based in Anchorage, Alaska, Paola Pivi’s diverse artistic practice embraces sculpture, photography, video, and performance. How I Roll is Pivi’s first public commission in the United States.

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This Austrian artist is considered one of the most important postwar-artists

This Austrian artist is considered one of the most important postwar-artists

Franz West - The Unconscious Sculpture

Franz West - Drama (Modell), 2001 at Kunsthaus Bregenz
Drama (Modell), 2001 at Kunsthaus Bregenz
Photo: apa /Franz West / Kunsthaus Bregenz / Rudolf Sagmeister

The Austrian Franz West (1947-2012), one of the most important postwar-artists, died less than two weeks ago. His work has been repeatedly exhibited at documenta, the Venice Biennale and in 2011 was awarded the Golden Lion at the Biennale di Venezia in recognition for his life’s work.

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