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Katharina Fritsch - Company at Table, 1988 - Polyester, wood, cotton, paint.

The 21st Century Museum of Art of Kanazawa, Japan: Swimming Pool, Leandro Erlich

Leandro Erlich “Swimming Pool” - When seen from the deck, the pool appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. In fact, however, a layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over.

Very clever...I especially like the 'glowing' tree roots, but I don't even understand how the icicle one works...

An Artist Used Nature To Create Some Amazing Land Art

CONTRAST: The contrast of this is the bright red balloons as the light side of things and the dead tree the dark of it as if juxtaposed next to each other.

"Balloon Tree", Art Installation by Myeongbeom Kim (.and yes I'm from that generation that hears red balloons" / "neunundneunzig luftballons" on seeing this ~ Carol @ Merrin Joinery)

I group this under "good modern art" // today on they didnt know it was homestuck

Confetti Death, by Miami-based graffiti artist TYPOE, manages to be violent and poetic at the same time. A skull is seen vomiting colorful shards of spray paint caps onto a bright white wall. Modern art does not get more punk rock than this.

Giuseppe Licari

- I love how much more intricate the root system of a tree is than the branch system. There is a great contrast between thin thread like roots to thick sturdy roots tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari …

photograph by André Morin Designed by Henrique Oliveira to look like an impossibly tangled Gordian Knot, the Baitogogo sculpture is installed within an exhibition space at Palais de Tokyo as a mass of tree-like plywood branches.

Baitogogo by Henrique Oliveira for Palais de Tokyo

Recently installed at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, this gigantic Gordian Knot of architectural columns was constructed by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira who is known for his near complete organic transformations of interior and exterior spaces

"Wow! Ok, if you are in New York any time between right this very second, and January 6, 2013, you have to get yourself down to the 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory immediately! American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread” is just waiting for you!"

American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread”, is both light and immense. at the Park Avenue Armory, New York. Really amazing art

An old exhibit at MOMA titled "Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson. A geometric, purple jewel toned hallway.

Olafur Eliasson, One-way colour tunnel, Collection of the Art Supporting Foundation to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Ian Reeves Photography, Courtesy of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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