Tag: Installation

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"Memory Palace" sprawling installation created by artist Es Devlin

Es Devlin Sets the Stage for a Shift in Human Perspective

In her most recent installation, “Memory Palace,” British artist and stage designer Es Devlin used a massive space, further amplified by mirrors and visual illusion, to convey the journey of humanity – past, present, and future. The work, which just concluded a showing at the Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery in London, features noteworthy events in humanity, carved from bamboo and given life and dimension.

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Iconic photograph of a sailor and nurse kissing on V-J Day in Times Square, New York

Commemorating the Kiss Heard Round the World

The world changed on August 14, 1945. World War II was finally over after six long years. Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt was in New York City, where citizens and soldiers alike were buzzing with excitement and celebration about the end of the war. As he snapped photos of revelers in Times Square, he captured what would become one of the most iconic images of modern art.

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Immigrant Yarn Project totems

The IYP Weaves a Strong Fiber of Hope for Refugees

Activist and artist Cindy Weil wanted to publicly commemorate the profound contributions of immigrants to the creation of American culture. She founded the Immigrant Yarn Project (IYP), a community public art collaboration and one of the largest works of yarn-based art in the country, in 2017 to serve as a beautiful metaphor depicting the collective immigrant experience.