Architecture

Galleries

New Tate Britain Unveiled

New Tate Britain Unveiled

Posted November 21st, 2013

Architecture, Contemporary Art, England, Galleries

The new Tate Britain is unveiled to the public on 19 November 2013. The transformation of the oldest part of the Grade II* Millbank building by leading architects Caruso St John marks a significant moment for Tate Britain. The unveiling follows the opening in May… Read More

Shows

Ana Maria Tavares – Deviating Utopias

Ana Maria Tavares – Deviating Utopias

Posted October 14th, 2013

Architecture, Brazil, Contemporary Art, Shows

The exhibition Ana Maria Tavares: Deviating Utopias is on view at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts from Oct. 11, 2013 through Jan. 12, 2014 in the Gordon CAP Gallery. Reflecting her ambivalent feelings regarding Brazil‘s efforts to modernize during the post-World War II… Read More

Videos

How Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia cathedral will look

How Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia cathedral will look

Posted October 2nd, 2013

3D, Architecture, Art History, Religion, Spain, Videos

It may have taken only 144 years to construct, but Barcelona’s famous Sagrada Familia cathedral will probably be completed by 2026. Or at least that’s what the architect in charge has promised. About 65% of the work has been completed since Antoni Gaudi laid the… Read More

Videos

Nightvision – European Architecture at night

Nightvision – European Architecture at night

Posted August 5th, 2013

Architecture, Photography, Videos

Nightvision is a celebration of the brilliance and diversity of architecture found across Europe. Over the course of three months Luke Shepard journeyed with a friend through 36 cities in 21 countries with the ambition of capturing some of the greatest European structures in a… Read More

Shows

Inside Out – A chat with Richard Rogers RA

Inside Out – A chat with Richard Rogers RA

Posted July 30th, 2013

Architecture, Documentaries, Shows

Richard Rogers RA is one of the most successful and influential architects in the world. He is responsible for some of the most radical designs of the 20th century, including the Pompidou Centre in Paris (with Renzo Piano), Lloyd’s of London and the Law Courts… Read More

Videos

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

Posted July 30th, 2013

3D, Architecture, Digital Art, Projection Art, Videos

Ever wondered what it really looks like inside the Tardis, the Time and Relative Dimension in Space) from the British science fiction series Doctor Who? Well, architecture graduate Chris Kelly did and he came up with some pretty awesome ideas for future architecture. The conceptual… Read More

Shows

Cut ‘n’ Paste – From Architectural Assemblage to Collage City

Cut ‘n’ Paste – From Architectural Assemblage to Collage City

Posted July 25th, 2013

Architecture, Collages, Graphic Art, Shows

Contemporary culture is often described as a relentless rearrangement of multiple historical references, images, and signs. Collage has been referred to as a process that illustrates this specific condition of modernity. Cut ’n’ Paste (until December 1 2013) explores the evolution of collage as both… Read More

Events

Colony – Camping at MoMA

Colony – Camping at MoMA

Posted July 22nd, 2013

Architecture, Contemporary Art, Enviroments, Events

Ragnar Kjartansson is camping in MoMA PS1’s outdoor courtyard and the icelandic shooting star artist is not the only one. Thanks to the outdoor trailers provided by Argentinean architects a77, the project brings together “artists, thinkers, architects, and other cultural agents” to work on their… Read More

Videos

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

Posted July 16th, 2013

Architecture, Bauhaus, Design, Documentaries, Videos

Throughout her career as an artist, architect and designer Anna Campbell Bliss has been an exponent of Modernism, devoting her life to the creation of artwork that explores the fascinating intersections of art, science, mathematics and technology. Her work ranges from architectural assignments to painterly… Read More