Charles Moore’s Sea Ranch Gets New Life at SF MOMA

If you walk into the galleries at SFMOMA anytime between now and April 28, you might just think you’ve driven too far up California’s Highway 1. The latest exhibition by the San Francisco museum’s architecture and design department, “The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism,” strives to give visitors a comprehensive taste of the ecologically […]

Museum Flehite Amersfoort – Stadsbeelden

February 9 – May 19 2019 Met tentoonstelling ‘Stadsbeelden’ laat Museum Flehite ons kennismaken met het werk van acht hedendaagse kunstenaars die het thema ‘stad’ onderzoeken en vastleggen. De expositie toont werk van Iwan Baan, Stefan Bleekrode, Frank Halmans, Carlijn Kingma, Uwe Poth, Frank van der Salm, Rob Voerman en Hans Wilschut. Source: Museum Flehite […]

Two Sides of the Border – Exhibition

What if we stopped dividing the United States and Mexico into two separate nations, and instead studied their shared histories, cultures, and economies and acknowledged them as pieces of a single region? During the spring 2018 semester, Tatiana Bilbao organized an academic initiative called Two Sides of the Border: Redefining the Region. The Yale School […]

An architectural pilgrimage: “Landscape of Faith”

Book-review: Tatiana Bilbao is the author of Landscape of Faith: Interventions Along the Mexican Pilgrimage Route (Lars Müller Publishers). The book features more than 200 photographs by Iwan Baan, showing the structures along the road and the pilgrims who use them. The pilgrimage pathway from Ameca to Talpa de Allende, which is renowned for a […]