Damián Ortega creates mind-blowing sculptures suspended in mid-air. His breakout hit, called Cosmic Thing, was created in 2002 and featured in the Venice Biennale in 2003. Take a look at it and you’ll understand why it launched his career. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
“Communities: In/Out” – exhibition of artist Igor Yanovsky & fashion show of his clothes line IY.
June 5th, 2010
opened till August 5th
Nevsky prospect 48, 3rd floor
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New York City based Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer’s signature process involves applying thousands of tiny ink dots on photographs, which often times blend into each other to create beautiful webs. These dots, or webs, are where a new story emerges, filling in where the photo left off. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
We are all living in the 3D world, and it is a natural desire to transpose this three-dimensional feature into art as well. Weather it is a 3D wallpaper for computer desktop or an artistic collage for some modern visual art exhibition – digital works in 3D are always among top-popular items among the audience. Due to its super modern nature, digital arts in 3D are usually abstract, and this definitely adds a particular charm to such works.
What are we looking for in abstract 3D digital arts? I believe that among multiple possible answers to this question enigmatic and fantastic images as well as amazing visual effects will be quite frequent. The point is that any abstract art creates huge space, where everyone can use his own imagination and develop further the idea, shown in the particular picture. So, it is not a surprise that abstract 3D digital arts work as catalyst, waking up the most unusual and fantastic images in human brains, allowing us to generate the most daring ideas and concepts.
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