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Artist Doris Salcedo filled the empty space between two buildings in Istanbul with 1,550 wooden chairs stacked seemingly haphazardly, but with a message that was more carefully constructed. Salcedo said the 1,550 chairs evoke "the masses of faceless migrants who underpin our globalized economy." Sit on that.
1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings by Doris Salcedo - "to pay homage to those killed here in a failed guerrilla coup seventeen years earlier." - #Art #Installation #StreetArt #Bogota
street art Doris Salcedo, 1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings, 2003. (Istanbul Biennial)
Doris Salcedo. 1,550 wooden chairs piled high between two buildings in central Istanbul. breathless
An installation by Doris Salcedo that is profoundly beautiful
I just wanted to pin this bcuz it gives me shivers. It looks like a bunch of bug nests or bee hives.. I would be freaked if I saw this in my house.
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Anila Quayyum, enormous laser-cut wood cube projects beautiful shadow patterns onto surrounding gallery walls.
Doris Salcedo, Noviembre 6 y 7, 2002, Palacio de Justicia, Bogotá [53-hour project in commemoration of 1985 siege]
Rainbow Stairs - Istanbul Turkey. arcreactions.com/...
Revzen-i Menkuş, Topkapı Palace, Istanbul, Turkey gold aqua teal turquoise
Doris Salcedo installation, Istanbul Biennale 2003
Dale Chihuly Glass Art - Persian Seaform Ceiling - Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Looks like jellyfish!
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