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Small Moons by SuttonBeresCuller

SuttonBeresCuller are a trio of artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres and Zac Culler) who created the Small Moons installation at the Land of Tomorrow gallery in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Points of Contention by Jonathan Latiano

American artist Jonathan Latiano created the Points of Contention installation at the School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Weedrobes by Nicole Dextras (VIDEO)

Vancouver-based artist Nicole Dextras creates ephemeral environmental art. Her Weedrobes series features garments made from leaves and flowers, which she talks about in this video.

You can watch the video on Vimeo – here.

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Light Art by Bruce Munro

British light artist Bruce Munro has announced his second-ever U.S. show. He will return to exhibit “Light,” a collection of 10 large-scale outdoor lighting installations coupled with indoor sculptures at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Porcelain Christmas Tree by Mooz

Inge Vanluyd and Stefan Vanbergen of the creative agency Mooz, have designed a Christmas tree made out of porcelain plates and cups.

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Ceramic Sculptures by Harumi Nakashima

Ceramic sculptures by the Japanese artist Harumi Nakashima are currently on show at Galerie NeC in Hong Kong.

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Stone Gate by Raffaello Galiotto

Stone Gate is a piece of work designed by Raffaello Galiotto and presented by Lithos Design for the first time at the 100% Gravity exhibition in Verona, Italy, for which designers and manufacturers were asked to experiment on the field of natural stone gravity: the circle is amazingly made of dry-laid hewn stones, each one weighing 5 quintals, bound together in a self-supporting structure only through compression.

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TRANS Sculptures by Kohei Nawa

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Portal of Awareness by Rojkind Arquitectos

Rojkind Arquitectos have designed the “Portal of Awareness” installation in Mexico City. The designers were commissioned by the coffee brand Nescafé to use 1,500 coffee mugs to create
the public installation.

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Ceci N’est Pas Une Table by Toby Poolman at Tent London

As part of the London Design Festival, CONTEMPORIST visited the Tent London design event, where British artist Toby Poolman exhibited a piece with the title “Ceci n’est pas une table.”

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Emptyful Sculpture by Bill Pechet

Artist Bill Pechet has collaborated with lighting co-designer Chris Pekar of Lightworks and Lumenpulse to create the 35-foot-tall, 31-foot-wide “Emptyful” sculpture in the Millennium Library Plaza in Winnipeg, Canada.

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Arrival and Departure by Ian McChesney

British architect Ian McChesney has recently completed a new artwork for the University of Plymouth entitled Arrival and Departure.

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Forum Chandelier by Luke Jerram

British artist Luke Jerram has completed this 17 foot tall solar powered kinetic chandelier consisting of 665 glass radiometers, which shimmer and flicker as they turn in the sunlight. Altering their speed with the subtle changes in lighting conditions, the vanes of each radiometer speed up and slow down throughout the day. Commissioned by the Bristol and Bath Science Park the artwork is on permanent display there.

You can see a video of the chandelier in action on YouTube – here.

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Toby Poolman at Tent London

As part of the London Design Festival, CONTEMPORIST visited the Tent London design event, where British artist Toby Poolman exhibited some wall art and a coffee table he made from various metal parts of an old tractor.

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Tony Cragg at Exhibition Road

CONTEMPORIST is in London for the 2012 London Design Festival, and we have visited Exhibition Road where British artist Tony Cragg has some large sculptures on display.

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