Posts tagged Okuda
AIR, SEA LAND - OKUDA MAKES LANDFALL IN THE BOSTON SEAPORT

Air, Sea and Land is the largest public art undertaking by world-renowned Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel. Commissioned by WS Development in partnership with global creative house and curator Justkids, this vibrant kaleidoscope of seven large-scale sculptures was, designed specifically for display within Seaport’s sweeping cityscape. The work’s eight- to 12-foot sculptures are placed at deliberate intervals on the Seaport Boulevard landscaped medians, creating a public art corridor stretching from Sleeper Street to East Service Road.

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Wynn Las Vegas x OKUDA

After its original commission and display at Life is Beautiful Festival ,  Justkids is pleased to have aided in the acquirement, logistics, transportation, art handling and installation of "Smiling King Bear"; a pop-surreal sculpture by famed Spanish contemporary artist Okuda San Miguel. The permanent installment of this piece at Wynn Las Vegas adds a new level of modern vigor to its world-class art collection. 

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OKUDA RAISES UP UNIVERSAL CHAPEL IN DOWNTOWN FORT SMITH

Okuda created this masterful piece titled Universal Chapel during The Unexpected project of 2016, curated by Justkids. This colorful temple to human sensibility sits on 1300 Garrison Avenue, located directly across from Immaculate Conception, a historic Catholic church and ornate cathedral in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansasas.

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LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 2017

Circled around an idea of expanding the city’s already rich street art portfolio, JustKids, in partnership with Life is Beautiful Festival, came back  with  its own  star-studded art lineup featuring artists from all around the globe.  The streets of Downtown Las Vegas have been transformed to an open-air gallery featuring the best of contemporary visual culture. 

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D*FACE CREATES SITE SPECIFIC INSTALLATION IN DOWNTOWN FORT SMITH

JUSTKIDS developed, curated and produced D*Face's large-scale mural and massive public sculpture made of five 40 foot long wooden arrows that each weigh more than 1,000 pounds and are located now in the heart of downtown Fort Smith. 

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