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October, 2017

  • 23 October

    CLIO ART FAIR colored the Art scene of Chelsea this past weekend

    Article written by Esther Wambui Clio Art Fair started in 2014 as a satellite art fair to the Armory show which happens once per year, in March, during  Armory week. Now Clio is an established fair that runs twice yearly, March and October. Clio Art Fair was born from the vision and idea of Alessandro Berni who wanted a …

  • 20 October

    Material Speculation: ISIS

    Article written by Esther Wambui Artist, activist, and educator Morehshin Allahyari, who has used 3D printing to reconstruct artifacts destroyed by ISIS, will visit UT to lecture and display some of her work. Material Speculation: ISIS will be showcased in UT’s Downtown Gallery ((At the University of Tennessee, Knoxville)) from October 20 to …

  • 14 October

    Street Art and L’Havana

    Article written by Esther Wambui The art covering walls from Habana Vieja to Vedado reflects the concerns of a younger generation of Cubans ever more connected to the world outside, even while they struggle to see a future in their own country.   Any serious political threat is still handled quickly and …

  • 10 October

    Blurring the Lines Between Fashion and Art

    Article written by Esther Wambui Thanks to innovative 3D printing technology, it’s not uncommon these days to see unique pieces of fashion that are so intricate and complex they almost belong in a museum. Italian designer Simone Leonelli, with the W230studio in Perth, West Australia, often uses 3D printing to make his pieces. Last month, Leonelli had a 3D …

September, 2017

  • 29 September

    3D Zebra Stripe Crosswalk in Iceland Slows Traffic

    Article written by Esther Wambui In the small fishing village of Ísafjörður, a 3D pedestrian crossing was painted last month in an effort to slow traffic on a narrow street. The eye-popping illusion gives the effect of walking on air as pedestrians move from one side of the street to the …