Marguerite Humeau with Leeuwin, 2022.
Installation view at the UAP workshop, Brisbane.
Courtesy the artist, Art Makers and White Cube.


Leeuwin: Site-specific Commission

Anais Lellouche partnered with Art Makers to commission a monumental sculpture by Marguerite Humeau "Leeuwin" 2022. The artwork is named after the Leeuwin Current, a warm ocean current which flows southwards near the western coast of Australia.

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Jessie French, The Myth of Nature, installation at the Cutaway,
Rīvus – 23rd Biennale of Sydney, 12 March – 13 June 2022
Photo: Jessica Maurier. Courtesy of the artist and Anaïs Lellouche


Mat Collishaw, Equinox, 2021
Installation view at Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion, EXPO 2020, Dubai.
Courtesy the artist, FutureCity, EXPO 2020.


Equinox: Expo 2020

Mat Collishaw's Equinox, presented at EXPO 2020, Dubai (commissioned by EXPO 2020 and curated by FutureCity) presents an immersive, 3D artwork which uses zoetrope technology to create a fantastical, illusory centrepiece.

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Chiharu Shiota, The Home Within, 2016, metal frame, red wool.
Installation view for group exhibition at Melbourne Festival, Melbourne, Australia, 2016.
Courtesy of the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. Photo: James Henry. © DACS 2022.


The Home Within: Melbourne Festival

Chiharu Shiota's The Home Within is a large scale testament to Shiota's exploration of the relationships between the body and the mind. Using red thread to construct large house structures, Shiota examines our ties to home, domesticity and the way that objects function within this sphere.

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ANTOINE + MANUEL, Eat Me, State Library of Victoria, White Night Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 2015.
Courtesy of the artists, State Library of Victoria and White Night Melbourne.


EAT ME: White Night Melbourne

Graphic design duo Antoine + Manuel's Eat Me mapped the architectural space of the State Library of Victoria's historic reading room. They created a present multi-media, 360 degree projection under a 35 m heigh dome.

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Bridie Lunney, 24 hour performance for Arcadian Reverie, Royal Botanical Gardens, White Night Melbourne Australia, 2014. Courtesy the artist and White Night Melbourne.


Laurent Grasso, Du Soleil dans la Nuit, 2012. Installation view, site specific installation for Nuit Blanche, Paris, France, 2012.
Courtesy the artist and Nuit Blanche


Public Art in Paris

Nuit Blanche remains one of the most prominent explorations into public art, with works scattered across the city in a unique yet cohesive manner. With well-known sites such as The Tour Morland, L'Institute du Monde Arabe and the National Library of France all becoming sites and viewpoints from which viewers can see the exciting works displayed across the city.

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Daniel Buren, Constellation, Metz, France, 2009.
Photo-souvenir : 5610 flammes colorées pour un arc-en-ciel (5610 coloured flames for a rainbow), May 2009, Work in situ, in "Constellation", 2009, Metz, France. © DB – ADAGP Paris and DACS, London 2022.

Daniel Buren

Constellations: Metz

Buren's play on light and natural phenomena draped the streets of Metz in colour with Buren's signature trademark stripes elevated in the air. It was part of Constellations, an exhibition curated by Laurent Le Bon to mark the opening of the Centre Pompidou-Metz, with site-specific public art commissions.

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Jessie French
Installation at the Galleria Campari, Rīvus – 23rd Biennale of Sydney, 12 March – 13 June 2022
Photo: Jessica Maurier
Courtesy of the artist and Anaïs Lellouche