Qui sont ces artistes invités au Qatar pour la Coupe du monde ? | Beaux Arts

Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, Olafur Eliasson… Ces artistes invités au Qatar pour la Coupe du monde Source: Qui sont ces artistes invités au Qatar pour la Coupe du monde ? | Beaux Arts… Continue reading

SO-IL and FREAKS, reorganisation of Site Verrier in Meisenthal | Abitare

SO-IL and FREAKS, reorganisation of Site Verrier in Meisenthal – ABITARE A concrete topography reorganises a historic glass complex, today a cultural centre that offers a deep dive into glassmaking Source: SO-IL and FREAKS, reorganisation of Site Verrier in Meisenthal | Abitare… Continue reading

Sydney Modern opens in Australia | Wallpaper

Sydney Modern opens its doors this week, following its contemporary and considered transformation by Japanese architecture studio SANAA. In an in-depth story published in our November 2022 issue, curator Kate Goodwin reported from the site, offering a sneak peek at what the Art Gallery of New South Wales… Continue reading

At OMA’s Taipei Performing Arts Center, Building as Public Performance | Architectural Record

Three mute volumes float above the city, promising new possibilities for theater By Izzy Kornblatt The architect Kazuo Shinohara once observed that some of the most advanced machines in the world—fighter jets and spacecraft—do not conform to refined modern aesthetics. Their parts appear “clumsily joined together,” he… Continue reading

SANAA-Designed Expansion of Sydney’s Main Art Museum Opens | Architectural Record

Architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, of Pritzker Prize-winning SANAA, have taken this vision to heart with their expansion to AGNSW—a 180,000-square-foot stand-alone building, set to open to the public on December 3rd. Comprising a series of interlocking pavilions, the volumes fan down a site that slopes from the… Continue reading

Move over Sydney Opera House – there’s a new superstar in town | Architecture | The Guardian

Sydney Modern has been called the most significant cultural addition to the Australian city for 50 years. So how does the airy cascade of new galleries measure up? We take a tour of the A$344m project Julian Worrall – Mon 28 Nov 2022 22.30 GMT43 More than almost any other… Continue reading

New photographs mark the 50th anniversary of Learning from Las Vegas

Commissioned to mark this milestone, Baan’s photographs—on view at the American Academy in Rome, where Baan is the institution’s 2023 Richard Grubman and Caroline Mortimer Photographer in Residence—record his wandering eye as it traverses the landscapes of the twinned environments. Seen side by side, the eternal city and… Continue reading

Peninsula House, Antiparos, is a modern response to heritage | Wallpaper

Peninsula House, Atelier Bow-Wow’s latest collaboration with design-led property developer Oliaros, is a free-flowing, art-filled holiday home on the Greek island of Antiparos One word keeps coming up when Atelier Bow-Wow’s Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and property developer and entrepreneur Iasson Tsakonas discuss their latest venture: timeless. The project is… Continue reading

Sou Fujimoto Piles Up Glass Boxes for a Flexible Learning Space in Switzerland | Architectural Record

Nestled in a verdant valley between the mighty Alps and the calm of Lake Constance, St. Gallen is famed for its abbey—now a UNESCO World Heritage site—around which the town grew up. During the Reformation, there was a split, the townsfolk turning Protestant while the monks… Continue reading

A giant inflatable Koons, a desert mirror illusion and a giant football goal: seven of the best new sculptures in Qatar

From a giant inflatable sea creature by Jeff Koons to Olafur Eliasson’s installation of mirrored shelters in the desert, the run-up to the Fifa World Cup 2022 in Qatar has the small Gulf state busy unveiling a raft of ambitious public art commissions.In a… Continue reading

Louis Kahn’s Kimbell Art Museum turns 50

The Kimbell Art Museum opened to the public 50 years ago on October 4,1972. It has now existed for almost eight times longer than it it took its architect, Louis I. Kahn, to conceive and construct the building, from 1966 to 1972, though one might easily… Continue reading

In Pictures: See the Monumental Public Art Installed Across the Qatari Landscape Ahead of the World Cup Games | Artnet News

The country has unveiled more than 100 works by some of the world’s most celebrated artists. Source: In Pictures: See the Monumental Public Art Installed Across the Qatari Landscape Ahead of the World Cup Games | Artnet News… Continue reading