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in a explosive display, dynamic contemporary artist cai guo-qiang created a gunpowder drawing ‘transience II (peony)’ in melbourne. at 31 meters in length, the artwork created from fire and gunpowder is the largest of three works presented as part of the melbourne winter masterpieces. located in a warehouse outside the city, cai drew complex patterns in gunpowder, layered upon 11 sections of silk before igniting it. the designed explosion scorches the intricate

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visionaire unveils its latest installation, a bold endeavor entitled BLACK & LIGHT spearheaded by artist oscar oiwa. the immersive project by the japanese-brazilian artist is expressed as an hypnotic, swirling landscape projected onto the interior surface of an inflatable nylon dome. the unlikely canvas, found at the cadillac house gallery in new york, offers more than 2,700 square feet of surface area. interwoven within the surreal and intricate black and white mural are

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new york city’s new museum presents ‘nari ward: we the people,’ an exhibition featuring over thirty works spanning the artist’s twenty-five year career. the pieces include sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installations which serve to highlight ward’s status among the most important and influential contemporary sculptors. since the early 1990s, the new york based artist has produced his works with a collection of found materials repurposed in unexpected ways. his approach is expressive of

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