Cosa troverete: un gallinaceo in vacanza senza protezione solare; l’amore plastico fra un cavalluccio marino e uno spazzolino da denti; una zebra “a barre”; un misuratore di nuvole professionista; un ventilatore di cuoricini; una metro campestre; una cavalla antropomorfa che cerca di scalare una parete; una tizia con un mare di capelli; una coppia che porta in passeggino un figlio un po’ troppo cresciuto; un bambino troppo cresciuto; l’Ofelia di Millais sommersa di plastica; dei maiali in visita al museo; una candela umana; una palla di mattoni & more…
Trevor Paglen, Orbital Reflector (early prototype, 2017–19)
Zhang Yingnan, “The Sea”, 2018, oil on canvas for Soka Art Tainan (Level 1, 1B01) | Galleries 2019 @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2019
Art by Saype
Women fetching water from kilometers away during summers in Adyar, India Photography by author unknown
Photographer Steve Biro is the author of this amazing snapshot of an eagle and its symmetrical reflection in the water
Mixing new & old with Wim Delvoye vs the Old Masters in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Brussels
Paolo Grassino, Installation view at Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence, 2018. Courtesy the artist and Eduardo Secci Contemporary.
Bad Boy by Benedetto Cristofani
Beili Liu, performance, The mending project
Are Your Dreams at Night 3 Sizes Too Big – The Grey World Citizens (from left Joshua Lacey, Leon Cooke, and Paul Hilton), in mega- or mini-proportioned garb by Lindsay and the rest of wonder.land’s costume team, embrace the surreal feel
Tim Noble & Sue Webster
Ophelia Plastic Free! Image for World Environment Day. Author unknown
“Little green bag” 46x53cm, oil on canvas by Simon Pasini
Charles Avery (Untitled, 2013 – Bronze 165 x 300 x 145 cm) is included in the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, which runs through until the 12th August
Hubbub, an environmental charity in the UK, wants to encourage people to dispose of their garbage in a proper manner. So it created a series of urban trash cans that make disposing of litter fun. In this case, people can vote with their cigarette butts for whom they think is the greatest soccer player in the world: Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. The managers can also swap out the question for others that encourages debate and thus proper garbage disposal.
“Cocoon” (2013) by David Cheifetz
Jan Fabre, “L’uomo che misura le nuvole” (1998 – 2016) @ Museo Madre, Naples, Italy
Art by Saype
Campaign from the Swiss OceanCare office about the plastic soup in the Oceans of the world. A toothbrush looks like a seahorse, but it doesn’t belong in the ocean. It is “Putzig” (cute) versus “Schmutzig” (dirty).