Located in the countryside close to Guangzhou in the south of China, the Mirrored Gardens project wishes to create a space where contemporary art, daily life, and agriculture come together and overlap. Being immerse in the countryside, far from the c
The artist Olafur Eliasson (Copenhagen, 1967) has installed five reflective spheres at the east entrance plaza of San Francisco’s Chase Center, new home of the Golden State Warriors, the city’s basketball team. Each measuring 4.8 meters in diameter,
Built in reinforced concrete, the contemporary art museum goes up as the central element in a new cultural park that recovers an old industrial area in the city of Taizhou.
Hermético desde la distancia pero translúcido en la cercanía, el edificio abriga bajo una envolvente tejida de madera seis galerías expositivas y un jardín de esculturas.
Aiming to promote interaction and communication between the different academic departments and students, the programs are organized in terraces, with stacked slabs that let natural light flood the interior spaces... [+]
Seven cutouts favor natural ventilation and lighting, connecting horizontally and vertically the almost 12,000 square meters. The building houses the visual arts departments and is adjacent to another project by the same architects: the Art Building
The redevelopment of the campus includes a school of art and a new museum, next to the existing buildings by Mies and Moneo and the Noguchi sculpture garden. The museum is characterized by porosity and a curved roof that lets natural light enter in a
Park City, in Utah, used to be a silver mining town, but today it lives on tourism, especially during the winter ski season. The town’s Kimball Art Center – where the annual Sundance Film Festival is held yearly at the end of January – was inaugurate
What is the point of a Schaulager, of a building in which art is stored but still accessible to the public? What ideas about art and collection strategy does it involve, and what is the best architectural and urban concept for it? The brief: a wareho
This house is located in a residential area made up of small plots; its basically rectangular outline rises from the street to a meadow that remains still undeveloped. The more visible volume of the house is a single-story and elongated parallelepipe
The painting of a wild pig that was recently discovered in an Indonesian cave, believed to have been made 45,500 years ago, pushes back to that time the beginnings of figurative art; the history of art, however, is but a few centuries old. For Christ
It was the destiny of a modest magazine published during the Great War in the neutral Netherlands to revolutionize the visual arts with its abstractions, straight lines, and primary colors. And although Piet Mondrian was one of the ideologists of the
On view through 10 January at the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao, which has organized the exhibition in collaboration with the Barbican Centre in London, is the first retrospective show ever to be offered in Spain on the American abstract expressionist
The artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff’s life ended on 31 May with an air so romantic as to seem unreal. He was born on 13 June 1935, the same day as his wife, Jeanne-Claude Denat. She was born in Casablanca, and he in Gabrovo (Bulgaria). How did th
In October 2019, French artist JR created a one-of-a-kind art activation within the walls of California Correctional Institution: Tehachapi in Southern California - a maximum security 4 facility. JR and his team captured the portraits and stories of
A historic agricultural enclave located in the southwest of France is the setting of one of the most extraordinary centers of artistic creativity in all of Europe.
The Danish artist reflects on the role of art in the Anthropocene world as his retrospective exhibition titled ‘In Real Life’ views at Tate Modern.
The Venezuelan artist, who died on July 27th, was an inventor of “kinetic art”. He spent most of his career in Paris...
The theme of the kaleidoscopic Biennale d’Arte of 2019, curated by Ralph Rugoff, was denouncement of the contemporary political situation.
The IVAM, in collaboration with Tate Liverpool, presents ‘Fernand Léger and Modern Life,’ displaying more than forty paintings and drawings, aside from films, graphic designs, books, fabrics and a large-scale photomural he made together with Charlott
There are ‘fox artists’ and there are ‘hedgehog artists.’ The former go about leapfrogging, they know many things; the latter know one big thing, limiting themselves to a single discovery which they devote their entire careers to. To this second cate