Skull in the Mirror: a 19th century French chateau (abandoned for the last 30 years and lately donated to the Town Hall) transformed by artist Okuda San Miguel as part of last week’s Festival LaBel Valette organised by Urban Art Paris.
An extensive (and doubtless expensive) array of architectural elements by ltalian artist Edoardo Tresoldi commissioned as part of a royal event in Abu Dhabi.
Constructed from wire mesh, lit from above and below to create the ghostly effect, the installation took Tresoldi three months to put in place with the help of Dubai-based Designlab Experience.
Previously: Is There Anything To Be Said For Another Mesh?
Burdeny spent a year trying to gain permission for the shoot and had to work after midnight, paying by the hour to capture the opulent interiors of various city stations, emptied of passengers.
Currently on show at the Jennifer Kostuik Gallery in Vancouver as part of an exhibition entitled A Bright Future – New Works from Russia.
Wanton depictions from Shaun Usher’s Scaffoldage – a Tumblr for those who appreciate the allure of a well-anchored cross member. Or, as they put it:
Above: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center; Greater Noida, India; Brasilia Digital TV Tower; Bamboo scaffolding at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, India; the George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee, NJ and restoration work at Notre-Dame cathedral, Paris in 1952.