Imago Mundi is the collection of art works commissioned by Luciano Benetton for the Benetton Foundation based in Treviso, Italy. The Collection contains works by established and emerging artists from around the world. (oh yes – delighted to be invited btw 🙂
Source: Imago Mundi – About
I took this shot through a gap in the ancient door frame of the deconsecrated Chiesa di San Marcellino in Parma, Italy last week. Somehow Claudio Parmiggiani’s incredible, but now vestigial, installation, being closed to the public gaze, lends a new sense . It stands intact, secret and forlorn, a derelict even more potent for its lone solemnity. I hope someone will salvage this before its too late.
Alberto Giacometti at the Tate Modern, London. A brief something on the artist’s physical obsession for making, for repetition and for the human figure as seen within the confines of London’s Tate Modern (until the 10th of September).
Source: Of Human Clay – Wall Street International