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Artist - Gabriel Dawe

Saw a larger piece by Dawe in a DC gallery, Dec. Artist: Gabriel Dawe - Installation: lexus no. 3 + site specific installation at guerillaarts + gütermann thread, wood and nails 2010 --

torres de satelite by Gabriel Dawe http://manosdeluruguay.wordpress.com/2011/09/28/gabriel-dawe/#

GABRIEL DAWE

"The Event of a Thread”, Ann Hamilton. Now until January 6, 2013, Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory

the Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory! American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread” is just waiting for you! Hop onto one of these amazing over-sized swings, and swing like you did when you were five!

Artist Gabriel Dawe weaves 60 miles of colourful thread to create spectacular indoor rainbows

When Texas-based Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe was given free reign of Smithsonian American Art Museum‘s Renwick Gallery, he decided to use 60 miles of colourful thread to create incredible floor-to-ceiling.

100 Colors Exhibition - Japan... Somehow i find this fascinating!

100 Colors Exhibition - Japan What if the survey results were hung above or we captured hundreds of personalized stories in transition in a way that people could read, pull down and peruse as they walked through our event?

string art by Gabriel Dawe

String Art Theory - Installation Art by Gabriel DaweGabriel Dawe is a Mexican born artist whose unique site specific art highlights the architecture that it is tied into. His rainbows of delicate.

Via Illusion 360.

From artist Gabriel Dawe's comes the stunningly surreal 'Rainbow Installation' at the Dallas Contemporary art expo.  Unveiling his 'drop thread' pieces, Dawe's meticulous technique is simultane

'harmonic convergence' installation by christopher janney, at the miami international airport in florida, USA

Christopher Janney, Harmonic Convergence, at Miami International Airport. Image via Piccsy. -- The art-infused week begins right in the airport, where visitors pass through Christopher Janney’s colored-glass window.

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