The assembly of ORIGAMI LAVA has been the end point of a long adventure. A project that began in mid-2017 and which this last weekend we have finally seen it finalized. An ephemeral installation with more than 10,000 pieces of origami simulating the lava flow of a volcano.
ADA lets your children do something that you do not: drawing on the walls. We love the art works that allow children to interact with them. With ADA, you do not have to be an artist to participate in a work of art. Read more
From Fatra to Merkur, Czech toys have a long and successful history both in their homeland and abroad. The early 20th century saw their story begin, and it has been intensively explored and developed since then. Drawing attention to unique Czech craftmanship, the MINI WONDERS exhibition presents modern toy design as well as designs dating back almost a hundred years. Read more
Do you remember Alice in Wonderland? Alice fell into the hole under the hedge and woke up in a magical garden, full of funny creatures and an amazing new landscape.
This is exactly how my children feel when we visit the gardens of the Ordrupgaard Museum in Charlottenlund, a city 8 km north of Copenhagen. A magical Wonderland appears under the trees: a pine cone house, a gigantic mushroom, a mirror where you can see yourself reflected forever and their favorite one: Olafur Eliasson’s Vær i vejret (Weather the Weather), a ring that emits a gust of fog depending where the wind blows. Magical, believe me.
Now they will inaugurate two new works in the park and I fear my children will want to move there forever.
What do you think about this piece of art? Do you like it? I love it. I am very impressed by this talented artist.
I am an art lover. Last February I visited for the first time ARCOmadrid 2018, the International Contemporary Art Fair focus on the latest artistic trends. It was a pleasure to walk through all the incredible art galleries, a very interesting selection of contemporary art made by the best art-galleries in the world.
I enjoyed it a lot, specially Juan Genovesworks, and the sculptural ensemble titled Aleppo by Francisco Leiro. It was one of the most incredible personal experiences in my whole life.
And at the end of that day I discovered Leo Nar Do paints.
Damon Belanger has transformed a selection of sidewalks in Redwood City, California, into quirky public installations with a project that has seen him painting shadows that look like a host of weird and wonderful characters. Read more
I really like when art needs people interaction to be completed. When you can touch it, feel it and be part of the artwork.
If at the same time it raises awareness and has environmental conscience, I become an immediate fan.
This is what the Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou looks for when creating her carpeted landscapes: bring nature to the people, so they can enjoy the experience and remember how important is to protect and preserve our environment
Her last project: Santa Cruz river is a carpet representing the Patagonian landscape. Through it, she tries to raise her voice about an imminent environmental catastrophe: the building of two dams in the last glaciar river connecting Patagonia with the Atlantic ocean.
We believe in creative, adventurous kids. Of all ages. Cute & kids.
We think that children can enjoy the same things that we do. Maybe from a different angle, but always adding value and a new perspective to our old way of enjoying things.
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#Contigocomoencasa(Like at home with you) is a charity project for the construction of an Advanced Neonatal center in Vall d'Hebron Hospital (Barcelona). A dedicated space for premature babies and their families.
Because there are warriors that are born without an armour and we can help them to win the battle.