“What starts out as vision soon becomes corrupted into a tragedy of greed, leaving only a sense of nihilism and the inevitability of a new understanding. As shifting impressions become transformed through boundaried and diverse practice, the viewer is left with an insight into the edges of our era.” Pierluigi Fracassi gives his own perspective about Art through a supertacualr interview.
The visual language of Sarah Illenberger creates vivid, often humorous images that make stories come to life. Meticulously created at the intersection of photography, art and graphic design with analog handicraft and using everyday items, her richy detailed work opens up new perspectives on the seemingly familiar.
For those who already know Máximo Riera from his Octopus chair, this is a great opportunity to discover the rest of his Animal Chair Collection. A really astonishing variety of chairs in a shape of the some of the most impressive animals, an homage to the animal kingdom. Máximo Riera brings animals and spectators closer creating a virtual interaction.
Supertacular invites you to discover this organic modern living space situated in Essaouira, Morocco which has been built around ancient sandstone columns of 200 years old. A mix and match of moroccan art with vintage 60s furniture offers a comfortable and inviting feeling to the visitor while the terrace gives the opportunity to make the most of the city’s panoramic views.
Manipulating glass to the limits of its expandability, Graham Caldwell creates surfaces marked by crumpled and stretched distortions. This Brooklyn-based artist uses glass, mirrors and steel among other materials in large scale installations challenging the viewer to explore its surfaces and its dense layers.
LGV5 house is a sky-high home that captures the feel of the beach and sea below by using levels and layers to spectacular spatial effect. A view that draws the eye across Cape Town’s Sea Point out towards Robben Island and beyond, as well as the intoxicating clarity of seaside light, a dreamy house by architect Stefan Antoni.