The Love & Peace Campaign was started by sculptor and painter Ana Tzarev. It was inspired by her belief that art and flowers speak a universal language, one capable of being understood and appreciated by everybody, everywhere. At a time when we are too often defined and divided by our differences, these flowers travel the world as reminders of what brings us together, and of the beauty of the world we all share.
Love & Peace places Tzarev’s large fiberglass sculptures of poppy flowers in public spaces around the world. The flowers have been installed in cities such as London, Rome, Shenzhen, New York, Singapore, and Prague. Visitors of the sculptures can use social media to participate in the Campaign, including a free mobile phone app that allows visitors to post photos of themselves and their friends in front of the sculptures on the Love & Peace website.
Love & Peace
Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York
12 October - 27 April, 2014
The Nomadic Museum is a temporary structure designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and engineer Buro Happold. This temporary, traveling structure houses the Ashes and Snow photography and film exhibition by Gregory Colbert. This short video documents the construction process in New York City.
The exhibition Man Made: Jean-Michel Basquiat offers a comprehensive view of the artist's short career, from simple works on paper in marker and crayon from 1979 to large highly-finished canvases from 1987, the year before he died at age 27.
The exhibition "Man Made: Jean-Michel Basquiat" offers a comprehensive view of his short career, from simple works on paper in marker and crayon from 1979 to large highly-finished canvases from 1987, the year before he died at age 27.
2500 miles of adventure fun and Jeep Cherokee inspiration in filming this video.
Passion for cars, addiction to movement, awe for nature and love for image making propelled me to create this work. Joshua Tree, Monument Valley, Zion National Park and Valley of the Gods are the amazing western landscapes that captured my soul years ago. Filming the Jeep Cherokee in these areas felt like carving stories in the sand box with toy cars.