Posts tagged as 'colours'

Thu 25.7.

‘Works on Reflection II’ by Kim Thome (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.07.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Works on Reflection II' by Kim Thome

‘Works on Reflection II’ by Kim Thome

London-based artist and designer Kim Thome’s ‘Works On Reflection II’ combines colour, geometry and patterns in a spatial installation that uses an entire gallery space as the canvas.

 

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Thu 7.2.

‘Taped’ coffee cups by Studio PS (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2013 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Taped' coffee cups by Studio PS

‘Taped’ coffee cups by Studio PS

A colourful collection of porcelain coffee cups by Studio PS offers an unusual tactile experience, a surface relief that resembles layers of tape.

 

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Red Blue Motion Totem by Malene Landgreen, 2010

‘Red Blue Motion Totem’ is the meaningful name of Malene Landgreen’s current exhibition at Esbjerg Kunstmuseum in her home country Denmark. The installation was realised on the occasion and celebration of the 100th birthday of Danish painter Richard Mortensen. With her giant wall-paintings combined with mirrored columns Malene Landgreen pays tribute to the expressive work of the jubilee and created an optical illusion which dissolves the central perspective and splits the space into striking colour fields – one could call it ’3d-cubism’.

The exhibition will be open until 5 September 2010.

Red Blue Motion Totem by Malene Landgreen, 2010

Red Blue Motion Totem by Malene Landgreen, 2010

Red Blue Motion Totem by Malene Landgreen, 2010

Red Blue Motion Totem by Malene Landgreen, 2010

to the Malene Landgreen website

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

The Danish artist Malene Landgreen is well-kown for her special appreciation for colours and her delicate composition has been integrated in several architectural projects, such as Ålborg Airport, Novo Nordisk, Frederiksberg Gymnasium and Danmarks Radio City in Ørestaden.

Her latest exhibition ‘Color State’ at Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen is a rather loud and expressive installation of colour-intense sequences which spans over six exhibition rooms.

For those who won’t have the chance to visit the exhibition until 20th February, here some impressions.

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

“My work derives meaning from the fact that the uncertain, abstract, unformulated, chaotic and inharmonious, no less than the well-ordered, well-considered and flawless, always relates proportionally to something else. No matter how incomprehensible and ungraspable it might be, indeed precisely because it is. It’s all about relations and proportions. That applies in art, in architecture and in life”, says Malene Landgreen.

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

'Color State' by Malene Landgreen

to the Malene Landgreen website