Will Art Ever Meet Science? Images at the London Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum in London is making a great attempt at blending an artistic perspective with their main focus of activity – science education. A previously mounted conceptual art exhibit was reviewed in this blog.  The museum has now opened a new gallery entitled Images of Nature focused on showcasing the over half-a-million drawings, …

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Strength in Delicacy – the works of Christiane Loehr

I recently came across the works of Christiane Loehr at an exhibit supposedly focused on renewable energy held at MACRO – a museum of contemporary art in Rome. Loehr is a German artist that constructs complex and beautiful structures using natural materials – often seeds or flowers. These structures are generally small – the one …

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