Creed’s stunning balloons art has got a permanent place
Martin Creed, artist and musician, is a British Turner Prize winner of 2001 and also acclaimed as one of the best contemporary artistsof our time. In 1998, he earned rave reviews by creating a stunning piece of artwork using only white balloons and adhesive. He then proposed use of different colored balloons over the years. Now, the Cleveland’s Museum of Contemporary Arts (MOCA), has installed his Work No. 965: Half the air, a version of his famous balloon arts comprised of purple balloons, each of 11 inches in diameter. The artwork has been installed according to Creed’s instruction, in the walkway to the contemporary art galleries, as part of the unveiling of the newly built East Wing in October. Enjoy the mind blowing artwork made of balloons below.
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