Barry Underwood documents his light-driven environmental installations in long-exposure photographs, showing now at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery in New York.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art has put tens of thousands of buttons from private collections together for an exhibit called Gilding the Lily: Buttons and Other Ornaments.
Hundreds of volunteers helped sculptor John Grade create the full plaster cast of a living tree that underpins this installation, called Middle Fork, at the Seattle Art Museum.
Curated by Milan-based architect, designer and artist Alessandro Guerriero, Workwear re-imagines uniforms through the eyes of 40 artists, designers and architects. The installation is at Toronto Harbourfront Centre through April 23, 2017.
Washed Up is an environmental installation and photography project that transforms the international debris washing up on Mexico’s Caribbean coast into disquieting works.
Artist John Salvest believes the world’s beauty, courage, sadness and absurdity are reflected in ordinary things. Which is why he’s spent his career turning junk into thought-provoking sculptures and installations. (Above: Forever, 2013, Secondhand Romance Novels, 74 x 210 x 4.5″ / Left: Detail of Forever)