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The fight against food waste with crotchet
contemporary art

The fight against food waste with crotchet

A giant crocheted fried egg with a slice of bacon, a falling apart sandwich, a partially eaten ice cream and a glass of instant noodles. Swiss artist Sabina Speich draws attention to issues of food waste, junk food and the consumption patterns of a growing global population with her Crochet
Gagosian debuts new venue with never before exhibited works by Damien Hirst
art

Gagosian debuts new venue with never before exhibited works by Damien Hirst

The Gagosian Gallery has opened a new venue in the alpine town of Gstaad in south-western Switzerland, debuting with the exhibition Myths, Legends and Monsters, featuring paintings and drawings by Damien Hirst. The works, created over the last fifteen years, have never been exhibited before. After launching its Basel gallery
In the peaceful world of snow-covered hotels | TOP 5
architecture

In the peaceful world of snow-covered hotels | TOP 5

There is something quite calming about the snowy views. The buildings merge with the brilliantly clear, bright snow-covered landscapes and a completely different world unfolds before us. We want to bring you this panorama now, from the perspective of outstandingly spectacular, snow-covered hotels. Zallinger | Italy The Zallinger Refuge is located
HIGHLIGHTS | Illustrative world
ukraine

HIGHLIGHTS | Illustrative world

In the same way animation movies are many times (mis)labelled as cartoons intended for children only, the genre of illustration is also not limited to the universe of storybooks. On the contrary – it’s enough to think of the popular comics intended for adults. This form of imaging is
Medieval rock wall with a Brutalist addition
architecture

Medieval rock wall with a Brutalist addition

The castle wall built in the hillside of Castelgrande in Switzerland was restored back in the eighties – in a quite unconventional manner, we must say. The Brutalist addition was captured by Simone Bossi on jaw-dropping shots. They started to transform the giant rocks of Castelgrande in Bellinzona into a castle
Glacier's ice melt is slowed down with giant blankets in the Alps
alps

Glacier's ice melt is slowed down with giant blankets in the Alps

The nature conservation action implemented on the oldest glacier of the Alps for many years recall Christo’s land installations. Even though they do their best, the Rhône Glacier may not be long for this world. For 150 years tourists have been traveling to the Rhône Glacier located above the