Artist Zaria Forman brings awareness to important environmental issues through her breathtaking pastel drawings. Forman spent September 2013 in the beautiful Maldives, the lowest and flattest country in the world. She found inspiration there to create a new body of work that would shed light on a nation that could be entirely underwater within this century.
Photo by Andre de Dienes
Modern Man, March 1968
Amazing light installation creating an almost realistic 3D house shape
Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installation Transarquitetônica features root-like tunnels formed out of wires and repurposed wood, making for an unbelievably immersive experience for visitors.
Matthew Stone - Selections from Optimism as Cultural Rebellion and Unconditional Love