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Wire mesh artist Edoardo Tresoldi to present large-scale installation at Coachella Festival

Just a few more days until the anticipated 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival swings its doors open, and huge crowds, that have made the pilgrimage to this Southern California desert valley, get to enjoy the season’s hippest music as well as various large-scale art installations by emerging artists, architects, and designers.

Announced to present a three-piece installation at the festival is Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi, who made quite a splash with some of his recent architectural wire mesh sculptures—resembling holograms of classical architectures past.

Tresoldi—named by Forbes as one of the 30 most influential European artists under 30—is currently in Coachella, working on the installation, but images will be under tight wraps until the first day of the festival, April 13.

Until then, check out these stunning photographs of some of his previous work.

I love this work. In grad school I wanted to do similar work but in latex, but never pursued it. Do-ho Suh does amazing versions of this type of work in fabric, too.

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