Drawings by Vancouver-based artist Ali Bruce. More images below.
French artist JR has created two new public artworks in Rio de Janeiro in celebration of the Olympic games and as part of his ongoing Inside Out Project. Using construction scaffolding, the installations involve enlarged images of athletes in-action: the first high jumping way over a building and the second diving into the ocean.
Click here to see previous posts of JR’s other large-scale/site-specific work. And check out more images of his latest project below!
Chinese artist Zhu Jinshi’s 12-meter long installation is made of 8,000 sheets of Xuan paper draped on pieces of bamboo suspended from the ceiling. The overall effect is something like a tunnel (which viewers are encouraged to pass through) reinforcing the theme of journeying from one place or culture to another. More images of Jinshi’s “Boat” below.
Paris-based artist Karine Jollet’s sculpts body parts, with strangely precise anatomical detail, out of various fabrics. More images below.
Paintings by self-taught, Milan-based artist Dario Maglionico (click here for previous post). Maglionico’s work explores perceptions of time and the possibility that the events we live occur simultaneously, like overlapping traces.
Check out more images below and new works on display at his upcoming show, “Sincronie”, at the Visconti Castle in Legnano from September 4 to December 18.