The Heart of Art: Fateful Fingerprint

Luxurious silk and sharp acacia thorns as a human fingerprint. Another EcoSalon favorite at Art Basel Miami Beach in December was Italian artist Giuseppe Penone. From afar (image above), his untitled piece on display at the show looks like a blown up image of a human fingerprint. Upon closer inspection (image below), we find thorns … Continue reading The Heart of Art: Fateful Fingerprint

The Heart of Art: Open Space

The sea as "boundless liquid energy" caught frame by frame. The ocean will support, calm and cleanse; it can also crush, destroy and drown. Keegan Gibbs attempts to capture this complexity in his grainy, moving photographs of the sea. A surfer and photographer, Gibbs has a deep reverence for the ocean and its "boundless liquid … Continue reading The Heart of Art: Open Space

The Heart of Art: Garden of Eden

It's what happens when lush plants become wall decor. EcoSalon was at the most recent Art Basel Miami Beach, and caught a glimpse of Doug Aitken's Sex. A terrarium bursting with exotic flora representing a veritable Garden of Eden, this piece leaves plenty to the imagination. Just don't tell that to Adam and Eve. Editor's … Continue reading The Heart of Art: Garden of Eden