Stunning Art Installation Fills 400-Year-Old Greek Ruin With Colorful ‘Pixels’

The Greek island of Paxos is home to some incredible ruins. Crumbling stone structures from hundreds of years ago are scattered about the tiny island, giving it a rustic ancient feel.

The last thing you’d expect to find when walking through the ruins is a colorful contemporary art installation. And yet, there it is—a chromatic array of fabric strung across a 400-year-old courtyard. The German artist duo, Quintessenz, installed the colorful new piece for the Paxos Contemporary Art Project, and it’s a perfectly modern contrast to the island’s worn aesthetic. Read More via Curbed.

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