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Josh Haner/The New York Times Josh Haner/The New York Times NowFashion Fashion salutes individuality. On Thursday night, apart from differences of silhouette and textures of clothing, the fashion mavens looked roughly the same. And, as usual, Mr.
Suggested Topics Light is imitating art at London's Hayward Gallery with a series of illuminating sculptures. The gallery at London's South Bank has gathered a collection of works which are said to be the first survey of "light-based art" in the UK,
November 15, 2012 Tanya Bonakdar Gallery 521 West 21st Street, Chelsea Through Dec. Olafur Eliasson's seventh solo exhibition at the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is his most gimmick-free in a while. The refreshing back-to-basics mood is a welcome break
The artist who wants you to scribble with light at the Tate 21 September 2012 Last updated at 00:02 Artist Olafur Eliasson has created a project called Little Sun which he believes traverses the worlds of fine art and international aid.
For me, the Games are about being together, about sharing attention and ideals. They are about connectivity feeling connected to people from all over the world and physical engagement and energy. Light can be something more than just a means of
Tate Modern to be plunged into darkness An accompanying exhibition will focus on solar power and the importance of light The Tate Modern is to host a series of blackouts during which the public can explore the museum by torchlight. As part of the
But this old banger of an idea needs younger, less well-known artists to drive it into the 21st century Technicolor dream car .....Photograph: Sipa Press/Rex Features Cars have inspired many modern artists, and still do. The American sculptor Ed
Bard College in the Hudson Valley is holding its annual music and arts festival this summer, proving that New York City isn't the only place for great cultural events this season...With its Frank Gehry showstopper known as the Fisher Center and
IN Visual Arts Klein was sending up the art market, but he was also a philosopher and a Catholic: dematerialisation, a world beyond appearances, and the nature of blind faith are his themes. It is by exploring this range of what absence can imply
IN Design & Architecture Although they rarely admit it, architects are of course intensely competitive, always aware of their contemporaries' work, and the Serpentine Pavilion has become arguably the most visible platform for that competition. Last