12 art projects, which we admired in 2015
Indescribable beauty - and the only way to describe all this riot of imagination, which was observed this year in different parts of the world. Probably be in the center of events in the Washington museum or see firsthand the incredibly colorful installations and sculptures by Japanese, British and Dutch artists - is one of the most memorable and impressive events that can only happen in life.
We share with you a few art projects that are especially remembered us in its scope this year.
The ocean of plastic balls
The National Museum building (National Building Museum) in Washington, DC, hosts the original installation every year. This year, the museum of the ocean flooded million plastic balls, which is located on the shore of the beach for visitors who wish to plunge into this unusual swimming pool. Plastic beach was decorated with mirrors, the purpose of which was to expand the space visually.
Sculpture made of wire
Kendra Heyst - best UK artist, and she is working with a very complex material for sculptors - galvanized wire mesh and out of it. The curator of the Tower of London asked her to make 13 sculptures, which are the best way to describe the story of the royal menagerie. Kendra approached this task with the soul and put into each animal sculptures maximum implication, hoping to use them to show the essence of social relations, as well as their personal relationship to former prisoners of the Tower.
Flower garden, floating in the air
As part of a large-scale exhibition in Tokyo, one of the artists interactive "soaring" flower garden was created. In this work it has been used more than 2,300 fresh flowers that continue to bloom and grow. Interactivity is what flowers rose into the air, along with proximity to the viewer it.
Sculptures made of wood
Hard to believe, from what the British sculptor James Doran-Webb makes his incredible work. As a result of many hours of his hard work, from the ordinary snags and sticks are born these true masterpieces that are striking in their realism.
Marigolds from the tube
Strolling through the park in the town of Boulogne-sur-Mer in France, photographer Steve Hugh came across this amusing installation in whiling away marigolds supposedly "poured" from a huge tube of paint.
Monument to the sailors civilian ships perished in the Second World
Monument Merchant Seamen located in Cardiff, capital of Wales. He appeared in 1994. The author of this unique monument - Brian Fell. If you come to the sculpture, on the one hand you can see the dissected body of a merchant ship, on the other hand - a human face. It served as a model for the composition of the wife of the sculptor. Monument based on a circular area of the mosaic.
Photographer and artist from Los Angeles, Darren Pearson (Darren Pearson), operating under the name of Darius Twin, creates these original works using neon lights and camera.
A huge bush dragon
In the county of Norfolk near one of the farms you will notice a huge green dragon. The length of the Hedge 45, 7 meters (150 feet). John Brooker, the creator of this wonderful sculpture, carefully watching their offspring regularly sheared regrown branches and leaves.
The sculpture "Love"
Ukrainian sculptor Alexander Milov presented its new project - a work entitled "Love Milov's" - the festival Burning Man. Sculpture depicting the scene of conflict between man and woman, in which young children live in a short time has won the love and attention of many people.
50,000, collected the keys around the world
Installation with "speaking" name "key in hand" was created by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota specially for the Venice Biennale - 2015. Art The idea is to remind people about the connection of all things, about the unpredictable interweaving of human lives and the importance of memories that are stored in everyone's heart.
A giant panda statue in armor
This extraordinary work of art, located in Shenyang, created Bi Heng, a graduate of the department of sculpture at the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts. The statue is a huge panda height of 9 meters and a width of 7. The main idea of the sculptor is evident characteristic symbol of Eastern mysticism in the palm panda - Bi Heng wanted to remind people that everything in the world is interconnected and that, trying to scientific and technical progress, we do not We should neglect taking care of nature.
Flower Parade in Holland
This year, the festival of colors 19 volunteer teams took part in the Netherlands, most of which were inspired by the works of the great Vincent van Gogh. Creators as always showed all his talent, and the spectacle has turned out delightfully colorful.