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Audio-Kinetic Sculptures

A Marathon Of Audio-Kinetic Sculptures Brings Visitors On A Sensory Tour Of The Human Body More here: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/a-marathon-of-audio-kinetic-sculptures-brings-visitors-on-a-sensory-tour-of-the-human-body

Maria Lassnig

Austrian painter who passed away this week aged 94. Hugely important postwar painter sadly passed away this week. Well worth looking at her work and history over at the Hauser and Wirth Gallery site here: http://www.hauserwirth.com/exhibitions/25/maria-lassnig/view/ Further reading: http://galleristny.com/2014/05/austrian-artist-maria-lassnig-giant-of-postwar-painting-has-died-at-94/  

David Batchelor’s Chromolocomotion | St Pancras

David Batchelor’s Chromolocomotion David Batchelor’s sculpture Chromolocomotion is unveiled at St Pancras International station, London. Commuters will be bathed in pools of coloured light cast by the work which will be suspended above the Grand Terrace until 7 September 2014. It is the second artwork to be commissioned as part of the station’s public art …

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www.artmattermagazine.com

Celebrating the launch of our full website (www.artmattermagazine.com) today with the Damien Hirst installation from 1990, “1,000 Years” A telling quote about the piece from painter Lucian Freud who told Hirst, ”I think you started with the final act, my dear.”