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Amanda McCavour "Living Room" Thread, Solvy, and machine embroidery, 10' x 10' x 10' (dimensions variable), 2010-2011. Photo: Agata Piskunowicz. Produced with the support of the Ontario Arts Council. Shown Courtesy of Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto.

Amanda McCavour's Hanging Thread Illustrations Created From Soluble Fabric

Listening In, Caroline Bartlett, mixed media; wooden rings stretched with archival crepeline, wool, linen tape, perspex, 2.75” x 17” x 17”; 5” x 17” x 17”; 6” x 17” x 17”, 2011, photo by tom Grotta

LISTENING IN, Caroline Bartlett mixed media; wooden rings stretched with archival crepeline, wool, linen tape, perspex x x x x x x 2011

Tanabata festival inspired installation by Ebony Bizys - But as soon as I saw this I thought: ooo sensory box instead of sensory tub! My kids are too long legged and crazy for sensory tubs but a box...something huge they could run through and that we could tie and endless amount of things to, over and in... Yes! Gotta build it.

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‘Tanabata’ festival inspired installation by Ebony Bizys at ‘Kawaii Pop’, Kudos Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, June

per kristian nygård grows grass landscape in oslo gallery

per kristian nygård grows grass landscape in oslo gallery

Not Red But Green by Per Kristian Nygard , Not Red But Green by Norway-based Per Kristian Nygård. He filled with hilly rolling landscape of grassy mounds the space of the Noplace gallery, .

Stuck | Without title, 1998 balloon, air, 900x550x650cm Shown at Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea CGAC, Santiago de Compostella | By German artist Hans Hemmer (b. 1960)

Modern art made twee. Untitled illustration by Connor Clark Latexballoon/Air/Museum, exhibition: Hans Hemmert, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea CGAC, Santiago de Compostella

Whitney Museum of American Art (@whitneymuseum): «Hello, springtime sun! Nice to finally see you. #WhitneyBiennial #LarryBell»

Larry Bell's Pacific Red II at the 2017 Whitney Biennial (on assignment for the Whitney Museum of American Art)

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