Paula Crown's sculptural intervention ‘Dragon’ Ridge, installed on her public installation TRANSPOSITION, was lit in shades of raspberry red and peony pink in celebration of Valentine's Day.
For this year's Art Basel Miami, Paula Crown has activated her site-specific installation TRANSPOSITION: Over Many Miles with the illuminated sculpture series 'Dragon' Ridge (translated from Drakensberg) based on her original drawing Africa Series: Man-Made River (2010). This drawing was made by Crown while she was flying over the Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa. The image created by her hand during that flight has been expanded from two-dimensional line into three-dimensional landscape using computer graphic design technology.
Students from DASH High School embrace the charms of a northern clime during Have A Fall at TRANSPOSITION: Over Many Miles
Paula Crown will be one of the artists featured by Independent Curators International (ICI) as part of its 2015 benefit auction, joining leading artists such as Glenn Kaino, Laurie Simmons, Dan Graham and Robert Longo. The auction, hosted by Artsy.net, runs until November 18th, 2015.
Renowned creative entrepreneurs Holly Hunt and Paula Crown have come together to celebrate the intersection between contemporary art and design, during this year’s Frieze London Art Fair and to coincide with Pavilion Art and Design Fair (PAD). The Fair takes place in Berkeley Square, around the corner from the HOLLY HUNT showroom at 20 Grafton Street. Aptly named The Paula Crown Affair, the show will be held 13-18 October.