The work of geometry and the symbolism of geometric shapes have fascinated people since the ancient Egypt and Babylonia. You can find traces of humanity’s interest in geometric shapes in the pyramids of Egypt, in paintings and in experiments by Leonardo da Vinci and in the exterior of the Flatiron Building in New York. Therefore, … Continue reading
As you may know, I was lucky enough to attend an Indian wedding (In Italy, but still). I’m hoping to find some pictures to share with you, but I’m affraid my own Iphone pictures won’t do the fantastic event justice. Inspired by all the colour, food and the Indian’s true talent for having a good … Continue reading
The Giclée prints meassure 26×26 cm and sell for 590 Sek. Limited edition of 50. Read more about Victor Eide and shop his beautiful art in our shop!
Swedish artist Victor Eide has created three beautiful artworks exclusively for UpYourWall.se. His work feature mystical images of nature with contrasting geometric shapes.
Photos by Jacob Felländer, exhibiting now at Fotografiska in Stockholm. More about I Want to Live Close to You here.
I’ve already told you about my ambitious gardening plans for our summer house, and gardening has developed into somewhat of a theme this spring. At least in my world. I’m guessing that most of you live in cities and maybe a few of you are lucky enough to have balconies? I don’t and this time of … Continue reading
If you’re going to Paris this summer, then you better visit Grand Palais to see the artist Anish Kapoor’s huge and fascinating artwork Leviathan. MONUMENTA is an art project organized in Grand Palais by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. Each year MONUMENTA invites an internationally renowned contemporary artist to appropriate the 13,500 m² … Continue reading
Colorful pots from Ai Wei Wei’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery. One of two Wei Wei exhibitions that open in London this week. Read more on Paul Smith’s blog (where I also found the image). Ai Wei Wei is still missing after he was arrested by the chinese authorities a while back. Sign the petition to … Continue reading
We might just continue with the book recommendations! Here is actually a series of books that I would like to recommend to you. Hans Ulrich Obrist is a swiss art curator – and I would like to say that he is also one of the top players of the contemporary art world. He first got … Continue reading