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Elmar Vestner: G  A  S, 29.6. - 3.8.2013

Elmar Vestner: G A S, 29.6. - 3.8.2013

Moon Dust (Apollo 17)

Spencer Finch: Moondust (Apollo 2009 150 light fixtures and 417 incandescent light bulbs.

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viviana-levrino

Assembled from hundreds of cutout plants and animals from repurposed textbooks, artist Andrea Mastrovito created a striking installation where a colony of bats clings to the ceiling, a flight butterflies swarm the gallery walls, and all matter of insects, mamammals and plants intermingle across the floor. The sprawling artwork spans the realms of collage, diorama and trompe-l’œil and was inspired in part by H. G. Wells’ science fiction novel The Island of Doctor Moreau.

Flora and Fauna Escape the Confines of Over 1,000 Repurposed Books

Italy and New York-based artist Andrea Mastrovito finds life renewed in old books; one of his latest works, "The Island of Dr. Mastrovito II" features a horde of animal cutouts taken from recycled textbooks --butterflies, bears, cats and endless flowers.

Toronto based photographer Evonne Bellefleur envisioned these places, and asked a very talented stylist, Caitlin Doherty, to build these lovely blocks… or bergs or rocks or chalks… for her.

Toronto based photographer Evonne Bellefleur envisioned these places, and asked a very talented stylist, Caitlin Doherty, to build these lovely blocks… or bergs or rocks or chalks… for her.

Anish Kapoor, Sky Mirror 2006, Stainless steel,1066.8 x 1066.8 cm. Installation view of Serpentine Gallery exhibition Turning the World Upside Down, Kensington Gardens. Photo: Quintin Lake

Anish Kapoor, Sky Mirror Stainless x cm. Installation view of Serpentine Gallery exhibition Turning the World Upside Down, Kensington Gardens, London 28 September 2010 - 13 March 2011

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