Stunning Black & White Pictures Of Yhe Louvre And Its Visitors From Between The 1960s And 1990s

Very patiently with a camera in his hand the Brazilian photographer Alecio de Andrade manages to capture incredible pictures of the visitors of the Louvre. He has been making these pictures for almost four decades.

What is the relation between these three scenes? All three of them are moments captured in the halls of the most famous museum in the world – the Louvre. Moments, which the photographer Alecio de Andrade has been patiently waiting for 39 whole years. Continue reading »

Photographer Spends Eternity Waiting For Museum Visitors To Match Artworks

“People matching artworks” is an ongoing project by photographer Stefan Draschan where he patiently waits for museum visitors to suddenly match with a piece of art in a funny way. Continue reading »

“Prismverse” – An Interactive Installation That Let Visitors To Be Immersed In An Audiovisual Experience Of Splendors

Prismverse is an installation inspired by light rays travelling in a diamond with Brilliant cut – a form that produces phenomenal brilliance with maximized light directed through its top. With a 10 meters LED floor and the complex geometrical tessellated mirror wall, the highly illuminated interior becomes a metaphor for the instant tone-up effect of Dr.Jart+ V7 Toning Light. Continue reading »

Tundra’s Immersive Light Installation Puts Visitors Side-By-Side A Swimming Whale

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Tundra collective has infilled the D Museum in Seoul with an immersive, interactive installation made up of thousands of luminous hexagonal cells. ‘My whale (inner revision)’ comprises a series of projectors that beam colored light onto a curved wall surrounding visitors, forming an audio-visual effect that brings the sounds of a whale to life. The patterns and accompanying sounds give viewers an experience akin to swimming alongside whales, encountering their vibrations and singing. Continue reading »

Floating Piers Opens On Lake Iseo In Italy Allowing Visitors To Walk On Water

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Until July 3, 2016, weather permitting, visitors to Italy’s Lake Iseo can walk on water. 100,000 square meters of shimmering yellow fabric, carried by a modular floating dock system of 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes, undulate with the movement of the waves as The Floating Piers rise just above the surface of the water. Continue reading »

Beautiful Gingkgo Trees Attract Visitors

Amateur photographers take photos of a model in a gingkgo wood in Tancheng City, East China’s Shandong province, Nov 6, 2011. The beautiful scenery of gingkgo trees in the county attracts tens of thousands of visitors every autumn. (Xinhua) Continue reading »

First Look at Harry Potter Studios to be Opened to Visitors in 2012

The entrance to the Great Hall set is seen during a preview tour of the Making of Harry Potter installation at the Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden outside Watford, England, on Sept. 22. (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett) Continue reading »

Visitors Ride Three-Story Slide at New York’s New Museum

A visitor to the Carsten Holler: Experience exhibit at the New Museum in New York rides “Untitled (Slide)” during the press preview. (Mary Altaffer / AP) Continue reading »

Life-Like Human Sculptures in a Mexico Museum Amaze Visitors

Sculptures by Ron Mueck, the Australilan sculptor, have been startling visitors at the San Ildefonso Museum in Mexico City. The sculptures of men, women and children in different pensive moods look no less than real. Some of the famous works of Mueck that are currently on display at the Mexican museum include Mother and Child, Pregnant Woman, Man in a Boat and Swaddled Bab.

Visitors look at a sculpture entitled “Man in a Boat” by Australian sculptor Ron Mueck at the San Ildefonso Museum in Mexico City September 20, 2011. (REUTERS/Henry Romero) Continue reading »