2020 was quite a year, but that never stopped art galleries, modern artists, and design studios from creating such inspiring, incredible, and the most sought-after modern art. These art installations compile the best from the Top 10 best of 2020, a trip down modern design‘s lane, and a retrospective from this atypical yet still amazing year when it comes to contemporary art.
Etherea by Edoardo Tresoldi
Edoardo Tresoldi’s ‘Etherea’ arrived this year in Rome for ‘Back To Nature’ exhibition. Redesigned and rearranged for the occasion, the large-scale public artwork dialogues with the trees of the Villa Borghese gardens.
Desert X AlUla
For over a month, Desert X AlUla took place in Saudi Arabia. featuring interactive art installations by 14 modern artists, the site-specific art exhibition brought together a plurality of voices to speak on the environmental conditions, historic context, and the surrounding communities of the ancient oasis.
Bospolder Fox by Florentijn Hofman
Gripping a plastic bag in its jaws, the 16-meter long animal towered overhead a congested intersection that separates the neighborhoods of Bospolder and Tussendijken, an area of the city where, in the evening, foxes are commonly seen.
From an art exhibition festival that took over the Saudi Arabian desert, to an immersive art installation where suspended dried grass covers the entire ceiling of an otherwise empty room, we highlight our TOP 10 art installations of 2020. This list sets the bar of expectancy for 2021, and I Lobo You is sure that there’s a great year ahead of us.
Our Glacial Perspectives By Olafur Eliasson
Olafur Eliasson unveiled his latest permanent public artwork ‘our glacial perspectives’ along south Tyrol’s Hochjochferner glacier. Upon visiting the glass artwork, visitors to mount Grawand set out along a pathway leading along the mountain’s glacial-carved ridge for 410 meters.
Moving Dunes by NÓS
Every year, Montreal’s musée des beaux-arts (MBAM; montreal museum of fine arts) calls for proposals for an ephemeral art installation on the avenue de musée.
L’Arc Majeur By Bernar Venet
Exhibiting modern art as a challenge to technology, renowned sculptor Bernar Venet inaugurated his monumental work entitled ‘L’Arc Majeur’ along a highway in Belgium.
Kintsugi Court By Victor Solomon
Victor Solomon, founder of studio literally balling, shared an expressive public work ‘kintsugi court’ to illustrate basketball as a platform for unification and healing. Are you loving these art installations?
Vårberg Giants by Xavier Veilhan
French artist Xavier Veilhan and his longtime collaborator, scenographer Alexis Bertrand, installed a pair of monumental art sculptures in two parks in the borough of vårberg, a southwest suburb of Stockholm.
Together Apart by Behin Ha
Behin Ha’s ‘together apart’ comprised a pair of bright orange, mesh fabric installations built at two different sites in Denmark.
French Exit by Tadao Cern
‘French Exit’ by Lithuanian artist Tadao Cern is an immersive art installation where suspended dried grass covers the entire ceiling of an otherwise empty room.