On March 13, in Nikola-Lenivets Art Park in the Kaluga region, Russia, in honor of the Shrovetide celebration, an art object made of vines was burned, which was called the “Coronavirus Ogre Castle” because of the coronavirus infection Covid-19. The castle was created by Nikolay Polissky, the founder of the art park. Continue reading »
The dark wooden sculpture of coronavirus was burned in Voronezh, Russia. It was made by the famous wood carver Alexander Ivchenko. He decided to cut the figure COVID-19 after his whole family had got over infection. Continue reading »
A Group Of Artists Built A Cardboard Installation And Burned It To Mark The Fight Between Modernity And Tradition
Pink intruder is a project organized by a group of artists with expertise in performing interventions in urban space, edition of art and the organization and coordination of cultural events.
Fallas is a traditional festival held in Valencia every year for more than a century, the ultimate goal of the installations settled during the festival days is to be burned to celebrate the arrival of spring. Continue reading »
In a photo provided by the U.S. Forest Service, a section of the Gila National Forest lay barren and smoking Saturday as a result of the largest wildfire in New Mexico’s recorded history. The Whitewater-Baldy Complex fire has scorched more than 377 square miles. (Kari Greer/U.S. Forest Service) Click image to zoom.