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Sculpture Show at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Park-goers relax inside “Canopy,” a sculpture by Max Pelzmann from the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition exhibition “World In Pieces” at Empire State Park in DUMBO. The 29th annual outdoor sculpture exhibition runs through Sept. 15. Empire State Park is at the north end of Brooklyn Bridge Park, off Main Street.

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PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art: Jean-Michel Othoniel’s My Way



Jean-Michel Othoniel “Lacan’s Knot,” 2009.

Mirror glass, metal, 150x 135 x 50 cm.*

PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art

8 September–27 November 2011

PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art is pleased to present My Way, a mid-career retrospective of the leading French artist Jean-Michel…

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News – 8/12/2011

Audio motion graphic marvelousness by Respublika.

The Pixelator is a fun excuse to play around with Canvas, an HTML5 technology for creating images on the fly with Javascript.

In another step toward annihilating Facebook: Games in Google+.

The popular Web…

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MWeb print campaign

FoxP2 in Cape Town South Africa created this campaign for a local internet supplier. The ads, with photography by Bryan Traylor, are based on the all-too-true concept (expressed in the tagline) that “Businesses look better online.”
Credits: %3C/a"">"">www.foxp2.com
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Webpick of the Week – The Thousands

The first online city guide, ThreeThousand, for Melbourne launched in 2005. TwoThousand (Sydney), FourThousand (Brisbane), SixThousand (Perth) and FiveThousand (Adelaide) soon followed. Collectively, the five guides now reach 160,000 of Australia’s most discerning inner-urban dwellers every month, with more than 37,000 subscribers.

In 2010, it became apparent that the guides needed a…

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Kunsthalle Bern: Marianne Flotron’s Work



Marianne Flotron

13 August–25 September 2011

Kunsthalle Bern is delighted to announce the first institutional solo exhibition of Swiss artist Marianne Flotron. The exhibition will feature major recent works by the artist as well as a new video-installation, called Work, produced by…

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PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art: Jean-Michel Othoniel’s My Way



Jean-Michel Othoniel “Lacan’s Knot,” 2009.

Mirror glass, metal, 150x 135 x 50 cm.*

PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art

8 September–27 November 2011

PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art is pleased to present My Way, a mid-career retrospective of the leading French artist Jean-Michel…

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Wyspa Institute of Art: Nowy Teatr: Solidarnosc Camp



Grzegorz Klaman, production photo from setting-up the Camp.

Courtesy the artist and Wyspa Institute of Art , 2011.

Solidarno?? Camp is a project developed by Nowy Teatr in Warsaw and Wyspa Institute of Art in Gda?sk. As an art space, the Camp is an installation that will be modified in each of the sites it…

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IZOLYATSIA: Cai Guo-Qiang’s 1040M Underground



Cai Guo-Qiang during his visit to a Donetsk mine in May 2011.

Photo by Dmitry Sergeev.

IZOLYATSIA

27 August–13 November 2011

Cai Guo-Qiang – 1040M Underground opens on Saturday, 27 August through Sunday, 13 November 2011 at IZOLYATSIA. Platform For Cultural Initiatives in…

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News – 8/11/2011

Despite his frequent criticisms, Khoi Vinh believes that the iPad is truly a transformative device.

So cool, it won’t matter what time it actually is: Dominus.

Those are some fast shoes: adizero vs. MiniSkirt. For adidas Japan by…

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How to Explain Why Typography Matters

by Thomas Phinney

Awareness of fonts and typography has become a bigger part of mainstream culture. If you are a designer who cares about typography, odds are that you regularly try to explain to somebody why anybody should care about it.…

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The Glades Season Two teaser campaign

Philadelphia-based BIGSMACK built this effective promo campaign for the second season of A&E’s popular crime drama. With the new tagline “Murder is Back in Season” the complex four-spot campaign—that also includes a complete toolkit featuring live action endplates…

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Webpick of the Day – Ohla Hotel

A fullscreen view of everything this five-star hotel has to offer and a 360-degree view of Barcelona’s skyline from the hotel terrace.
Credits: %3C/a"">"">www.emascaro.com

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Kunsthalle Winterthur: Susanne Kriemann



Susanne Kriemann, “Untitled (A Silent Crazy Jungle under Glass),” 2011.

C-print on pearl paper, 126 x 153 cm.*

Kunsthalle Winterthur

21 August–25 September 2011

Susanne Kriemann (*1972 in Erlangen, lives and works in Rotterdam and Berlin) composes her works based on historical and social…

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