Spooky Danish Sculptor’s Slice of Life

Olivia Walters  Olafur Eliasson, the contemporary Danish-Icelandic artist invited to expose in 2016 at the Ch√Ęteau de Versailles, renovated Louis XIV’s former stomping ground by hanging a giant, pre-Christmas ornament from the ceiling.  Or so the eye believed.  Entering the Salle des Gardes du Roi, the room is stripped of furniture, save for two convexContinue reading “Spooky Danish Sculptor’s Slice of Life”

Dysfunctional Spaces: Parisian Art Without Grace

by Olivia Walters In December 2016, Lab 14 showcased a dystopian maze of graffiti, movable installations, and sculptures in the Montpartnasse district of Paris. Formerly a post office, close to fifty artists participated in a project well aware of its three month expiration date. To some, an ephemeral concept that sought to push urban artContinue reading “Dysfunctional Spaces: Parisian Art Without Grace”