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Danish-born, London-based photographer Mads Perch is renowned for continually pushing his creative and technical limits, often using smoke, projections and unorthodox creative elements which he then feeds back into his commissioned projects giving his work a unique style and in the process beautifully blurring the lines between fine art and commercial photography. Featured below is

'Once Upon Another' is a visual narrative that challenges the notion of traditional sculpture and its relationship with surrounding spaces. It's inspired by a quote by the Japanese-American artist and designer Isamu Noguchi: https://vimeo.com/376755359 "Everything is sculpture. Any material, any idea without hindrance born into space, I consider sculpture." It consists of a series of

Urban artist SpY marked the celebration of the 50th anniversary of man’s landing on the moon back in the summer of 2019 by reproducing a first-quarter moon which was installed on one of the construction cranes of the fifth tower of the Caleido complex, in the north of Madrid https://vimeo.com/384554089 The installation coincided with 20th July

‘As I began this artwork in collaboration with @galerialira, the biggest social mobilisation in Chilean history was brewing throughout the country. https://vimeo.com/377340337 Both the title and the elements that dress the female figure changed according to the pulse of chaos and civil disobedience that they experienced during the first days of mobilisation, which

Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have worked together as Elmgreen & Dragset since the mid-1990s. In their sculptures, installations, and performances, they re-interpret familiar designs and spatial structures that surround us in our everyday lives with criticality and subversive wit. Photography by Kevin Todora From their permanent, site-specific installation of a forever-closed Prada boutique in