Ernesto Neto at Louis Vuitton Tokyo photo Jeremie Souteyrat Ernesto Neto is a contemporary artist from Brazil. His work is primarily exhibited in large exhibitions, where the abstract installations grow and often fill the entire space. Pourous and stretchy nylon or cotton fabrics create a skin around wooden skeletons or hang from the ceiling like tear drops. These materials are often filled with spices, inviting the spectator not only to touch the work but also smell and sense it.
Ernesto Neto at Louis Vuitton Tokyo photo Jeremie Souteyrat
THOMAS HEATHERWICK, BLEIGIESSEN: 30 meter tall installation using 142,000 glass spheres suspended on 27,000 high tensile steel wires.
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Infinite Expanse of Sky by Jacob Hashimoto - dimensions variable - vellum, bamboo, wire, wood jacobhashimoto.co...
Cut paper installation art by Canadian artist Jeannie Thib. via Katzman Kamen Gallery
Timber Wave installation unveiled at the entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum, for the London Design Festival.
Anish Kapoor, 2012, Gladstone Gallery