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.