Nightvision – European Architecture at night

Nightvision – European Architecture at night

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

Inside Out – A chat with Richard Rogers RA

Inside Out – A chat with Richard Rogers RA

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

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

Rubix or TARDIS, the Architectural Thesis

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

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

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

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Contemporary culture is often described as a relentless rearrangement of multiple historical references, images, and signs.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

Colony – Camping at MoMA

Colony – Camping at MoMA

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

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

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

The 7th Pacific Rim Park – James Hubbell breaks ground in Taiwan

The 7th Pacific Rim Park – James Hubbell breaks ground in Taiwan

July 12th, 2013 | Architecture, Enviroments, Taiwan

James Hubbell, iconic artist and humanitarian known for his organic architecture, mosaic work and sculptures, will lead a team of 30 international architecture and art students in Kaohsiung, Taiwan from July 13 until August 10 in the creation of the seventh Pacific Rim Park. “A… Read More

404 E 14th – The House of Art

404 E 14th – The House of Art

What do Claes Oldenburg, Richard Hell, Ultra Violet, Wes Anderson and Allen Ginsberg have in common? All of them lived in a former button factory at 404 East 14th Street in New York’s East Village at some point, a building famous for its parties (not… Read More

Sotheby’s Considers Selling Its Headquarters

Sotheby’s Considers Selling Its Headquarters

June 21st, 2013 | Architecture, Auctions, News, USA

Sotheby’s, the auction house that has for centuries put other people’s treasures up for sale, is in the early days of exploring whether it should place one of its own on the block: its glittering glass-and-granite-fronted worldwide headquarters on the Upper East Side of Manhattan…. Read More

The Architecture of Art

The Architecture of Art

The “white cube” formula has become universal for branded galleries. If a Martian would be visiting the new galleries set up in London by various New York dealers, he “would probably be struck by how uniform the design of the different spaces is,” writes Georgina… Read More