The Bastian family are to establish a new gallery space in Berlin Dahlem, Taylorstraße. With construction already underway, the opening of the gallery space is scheduled for Autumn 2021.
The dark canvases in the show Illuminations have such an extraordinary clarity, it’s as if a camera had been taken into someone’s dreams.
ALMA ZEVI Projects presents Charlap Hyman & Herrero’s debut solo show Ouvrez-moi. Organized by Clara Zevi, it takes the spectators into a parallel mindset.
The Japanese architect Junya Ishigami, celebrated for his experimental structures that interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena, has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Environmental destruction, a prize, the placebo effect, light, war and perspective.
This weeks top 7 art exhibitions to see includes: Oil, time, a swimming pool, a penguin, refugees, Kazakhstan and sneezing out noodle dishes.
In the aftermath of the fire that ravaged Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh building in May 2014, I wrote that “restoring the art school to its original design will be impossible”. This was based on my detailed 1992 PhD study of the building, and an exploration of records of that time.
For the fourth exhibition in its space in Venice, Alberta Pane gallery presented the collective show Extended Architecture. For the… Read More
Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta are the three architects behind RCR and are all set to unveil a highly sensory experience at the Catalonian pavilion in Venice:
World´s first energy positive hotel concept by the Arctic Circle, with 360° view of the Svartisen glacier and arctic nature to launch.
Ruins, Georgian architecture, water filled sculpture, a skyline cut in half, atmospheric domesticity, the underworld and art in a hospital.
Japanese architecture, Pieta, ghostly ships, spinning smartphones, a diverse artist, electricity, a skip, guns and students.
Four years ago, Portugal’s capital felt like a ‘city on its knees’. Now it is being touted as hip, cheap and innovative. But is the socialist government failing Lisbon’s poor in its rush to revitalise?
The latest artist to undertake Tate Britain’s Duveen commission is Pablo Bronstein.
The Danish architect offers a sculptural space ‘like a mountain of ice cubes’ stretching across the London gallery’s lawn, to be complemented by four radical summer houses
Southwark opts for rival proposal from Mayfair-based property developer that includes only 50 artists’ spaces in Peckham multistorey
Historic power station, situated on the banks of the Moskva river to be converted into a new venue for contemporary arts and culture
Renzo Piano Building Workshop to redesign 2 hectares of the city, converting a historic power station, situated on the banks of the Moskva river, into a new venue for contemporary arts and culture.
Caruso St John architects have conjured an immaculate new home for the art prankster’s collection in an unlikely south London setting – and there’s not a diamond skull or formaldehyde animal in sight
The man who put the 3D visual magic into Harry Potter has set his sights on the future of everything – from ‘experiential branding’ to training surgeons. Our critic lifts off at the London design festival