Aakash Nihalani created art in urban spaces with the help of neonfarbenem tape. His works consist mainly of glued rectangles and squares. He placed his ‘objects’ at selected locations in New York to the unusual contours and elegant geometry of the city itself emphasized. He wants to give people the chance to give the city from a different angle to consider as usual while breaking for a brief moment from their usual routine.

Aakash Nihalani created art in urban spaces with the help of neonfarbenem tape. His works consist mainly of glued rectangles and squares. He placed his ‘objects’ at selected locations in New York to the unusual contours and elegant geometry of the city itself emphasized. He wants to give people the chance to give the city from a different angle to consider as usual while breaking for a brief moment from their usual routine.

Aakash Nihalani: Cuban (Street Art)

PHOTOS. Le street art au scotch d'Aakash Nihalani

Impossible Geometry

Impossible Geometry

Valerie Hegarty’s site-specific installations toy with a viewer’s perception—they create the illusion that the process of destruction or decay has been accelerated and what we see are the remains of the real artwork.

What’s that you say? You’re a huge fan of art that plays fast and loose with your sense of depth? Who isn’t. And you’re also partial to the liberal use of neon vinyl tape? Well consider your niche tastes catered for by the mind-bending work of Aakash Nihalani.

What’s that you say? You’re a huge fan of art that plays fast and loose with your sense of depth? Who isn’t. And you’re also partial to the liberal use of neon vinyl tape? Well consider your niche tastes catered for by the mind-bending work of Aakash Nihalani.

eltono. muac installation, mexico city. 2011.

eltono. muac installation, mexico city. 2011.

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