2018 is near the end, and what a fun year it was in the world of art! The best large-scale art exhibitions were showcased and did the wonders of our dear art lovers, and now it is the time to decide which ones are worthy of being remembered once again and to present to our beloved I Lobo You readers.
At this year’s burning man a giant reflective sculpture art sphere designed by Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange was installed.
Milan Design Week 2018 had a brand new art exhibition by architect Phillip K. Smith.
Camille Walala’s Brooklyn Industry City
During NYCxDESIGN, the artist showed her incredible modern art displayed on a huge mural to the city of Brooklyn.
During this summer, Camille Christo installed a form of contemporary art which consisted in 7,000 horizontally stacked colorful barrels on a floating platform atop London’s Serpentine lake.
Color of Time
This colorful art exhibition was presented right at the beginning of 2018! Starting off the year with a colorful splash, this piece consists many vivid-hued 0s and 9s.
The world’s first intertidal art museum by Jason Decaires Taylor
This is a stainless steel semi-submerged tidal gallery space that exhibits a series of sculptural artworks on the skyline
Teamlab’s Dreamlike Digital Art Museum in Tokyo
During July TeamLab’s digital art museum opened its doors to the public. With more than 50 artworks from all of these contemporary artists, this museum is a completely outstanding and mesmerizing place to admire 3-dimensional spaces utterly out of the box.
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Carsten Höller and Stefano Mancuso blend slides + science at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence
Intertwined slides that spiraled visitors twenty meters down from the second-floor terrace to the courtyard in this art exhibition.
Leandro Erlich twists le Bon Marché’s famed escalator
In January Argentine artist Leandro Erlich unveiled the ‘sous le ciel’, or ‘under the sky’ installation at Pariss’ le Bon Marché.
Sunk Le Corbusier’s villa
Artist Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelsen created a sunken replica of Le Corbusier’s 1929 villa.
Written by Vera Silva