1) By Claudia Losi
2) François-Xavier Lalanne – sculptures
(1927 – 2008)
Jean Nouvel (1945- ), a French architect, studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and was a founding member of Mars 1976 and Syndicat de l’Architecture. He has obtained a number of prestigious distinctions over the course of his career, including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture (technically, the prize was awarded for the Institut du Monde Arabe which Nouvel designed), the Wolf Prize in Arts in 2005 and the Pritzker Prize in 2008.
Jean Nouvel; The Louvre of the Desert. or the leaves by Nouvel
4) Gino De Dominicis
This giant skeleton sculpture was created by Gino De Dominicis and is being displayed in the Palazzo Reale in Milan.
there are some strange, some interesting and some nice and some funny designs…
5) Giancarlo Neri
6) David Nash
David Nash… An amazing sculptor! One of the greatest names of 21th century. Wood, trees and the natural environment in his creative world hitting once again, you can find yourself in which is a central theme of his works, as the relationship between man and nature… So impressive and so artistic. A different approach to carving; and also he makes sculptures which stay in the landscape. Like, “Ash Dome” is a ring of ash trees he planted in 1977.
“Ladder” one of my favorite works of Nash, that was a wood sculpture by David Nash realised at 1989. “Talking trees” reminded me Nash’s works when I saw a photograph today on Photography section. It was (lgswaff)Dear Les’ one of photographs.
7) Eric Bainbridge
8 ) Lilian Bassman and Paul Himmel
Paul Himmel and Lillian Bassman, herself a well-known fashion photographer, married in 1935 and had been married over 73 years when Himmel died in 2009.
9 ) Dead Flies Art
http://acidcow.com/pics/4553-dead-flies … pics.html/
photography/art by Magnus Muhr
10) Jason deCaires Taylor
11) Terry Border
13) Pencil and Camera by Ben Heine
14) Painted by music By Stephen Ward
15) Marilyn Robertson