Luz Interruptus’s latest designation facilities 3,000 condoms filled with H2O and light.
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For a latest installation, a Spanish studio Luz Interruptus have filled 3,000 condoms with H2O and light to “highlight a critical need of water.” [Dezeen]
French artist Valérie Belin, famous for her images of flowers and black-and-white portraits, has been named a leader of a Pictet Photography Prize. She’ll now accept $100,000. [Artforum]Claims that a art marketplace has grown dramatically have now been proven—a 60-page Citi news found that annual art sales have left adult some $13 billion dollars in a past 15 years. [Business Insider]In a landmark exhibition, a Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art will uncover critical work by Pollock and Warhol, among others, from a large collection. Much of a art hasn’t been seen given 1979. [Vanity Fair]Liu Yiqian might now be a unapproachable owners of Amedeo Modigliani’s record-breaking Nu Couché, though he also owns other costly items, like a $36.3 million “chicken cup” from a Ming Dynasty. [Mashable]Singapore’s art stage is thriving, though you’ll have to be gallant to step divided from a mainstream offerings to find out where a movement is. [CNBC]At a Castello di Ama, in a Gothic Italian village, visitors can splash booze while looking during art by Louise Bourgeois, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and others. [CNN]Alison Knowles isn’t a usually chairman to make salad as opening art now—the Getty Center, in Los Angeles, will be doing it, too. [Smithsonian]Matthis Altmann during Halle für Kunst Lüneburg. [Contemporary Art Daily]
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