Workers install photos titled ‘World Picture’ by German artist Marie Lienhard during a press preview at Ostrale 013, the international exhibition of contemporary arts in Dresden, eastern Germany on Thursday. The exhibition starts on Friday and lasts until September 15. Read more
Dustin seemingly touches the nose of a tiger at the exhibition You are the Art at Augustusburg Castle, Germany, on Thursday. The 24 motives of a Chinese-Korean artists group were painted with a special 3D technique playing with optical illusions. After its premiere in China the exhibition is being shown in Europe for the first time. Read more
Vocal ensemble I Fagiolini sing in St Bartholomew the Great church as Bridie Hooper of Circa performs ‘Stirrups’ on a high wire above on Tuesday in London. The show is part of the City of London Festival in which audiences will see and participate in music, dance, art, film and poetry performances in some of London’s iconic spaces and venues. Read more
Visitors enjoy an art installation by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich in London on Tuesday. Internationally known for his captivating, three-dimensional visual illusions, Mr Erlich has been commissioned to create a new installation in Dalston. Resembling a theatre set, the detailed facade of a Victorian terraced house, recalling those that once stood on the street, lies horizontally on the ground with mirrors positioned overhead. The reflections of visitors give the impression they are standing on, suspended from, or scaling the building.
Marcello Lo Guidice’s ‘Dalla Primavera del Botticelli’ at Bonhams, London, which will be sold at the Contemporary Art and Design auction on June 27 Read more
Reka Gertner, a Hungarian Roma, poses with her drawing at her home in the village of Told, in eastern Hungary on Friday. The Igazgyongy (Pearl) art education foundation teaches art classes in the area.
The installation “Zauberlehrling” (Sorcerer’s Apprentice) by German artist Inges Idee is pictured at a preview of the second Emscherkust exhibition in Oberhausen on Friday
Some of the hidden artwork on railway arches near the Sage Gateshead which has been allocated as a legal wall for artists to do their work
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Cosmo Sarson’s mural of Jesus breakdancing, painted on a 8.5 metre wall beside The Canteen in Stokes Croft, Bristol in England, was officially unveiled on Tuesday evening. Read more
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People visit the Luminarium, an inflatable sculpture of British artist Alan Parkinson, before its opening at the grounds of the UN European headquarters in Geneva. Until June 14, diplomats, UN officials, school children and communities will be able to go inside the 1,000 square metre structure, financed by the United Kingdom Mission to the UN, to think more creatively about how to make the work of the Human Rights Council better understood through discussions and art performances.