Posts Tagged ‘Green Provocateur’

Life After Life

06May13

Proving that one can always re-invent “Life After Life,” emerging from Winter, Green Provocateur is pleased to be debuting artist Alvaro Montagna and his recent 2013 work in his first solo show entitled “Life After Life.” Opening May 17 in New York, the show will run from the 18th to the 31st of May. The opening follows Montagna’s […]


In the Western world, we teach children that there are four elements which create and make up all of life, fire, earth, water and air. In Taoist, Chinese medicine’s Five Element Theory, the elements that make up the physical world and beyond, are seen as catalysts for change, each one engendering the next by its […]


Silent Spring. Failed Bee Colonies. Wake up calls to our basic life support systems and the siren call of luxury may seem disparate issues. However, as our worlds become more fragmented and the very luxurious and beautiful fabric of our planet itself is in peril, our greatest luxury may now be to preserve and honor […]


Been keeping this under wraps for a while but the cat is out of the bag per say. This is one small part, one small teaser for our Hotel Earth project, subtitled “Up A Creek”, co-curated by Jonathan Porcelli and Jade Dressler. Art hotels. Predicaments. That there is an early “sketch” of a caviar bar […]


the news from sao paulo brazil:                                                       pre-Brazil Imaging spins from Central Park, Jade Dressler photo GREEN PROVOCATEUR is honored to join GAMECHANGERS: Karim Rashid, Rene Gonzalez, Luminaire, DROR, FriendswithYOU […]


It’s up! Green Provocateur has landed in Milan! A badge of pride to become one with the neighborhood and be tagged the very next day! Thank you to everyone who was part of the first landing of Green Provocateur! The first international public art intervention of Green Provocateur, was awarded and commissioned by AMAZElab, a […]


Thank you Yoko!

29Mar11

Public art feels so retro somehow, plopping a sculpture in a location like it’s a cute playground object. Since the concept of “public art” began, we think it  is taking baby steps to where we have always envisioned it…a community expression for healing and connection. Dare we say the words shaman and ritual? Yoko Ono’s […]