This past Friday, February 24, 2017, I was denied entry into the United States—the nation where I have been legally residing for the past ten years. The procedure was dehumanizing and degrading every step of the way…
The streets of Camden will be paved with Amy Winehouse-themed art. The exhibition will run until September and looks at the Brit singer’s Jewish roots.
A new retrospective of the work of Eduardo Paolozzi, open now at the Whitechapel Gallery, chronicles the artist’s interrogation of mass culture, mechanisation, and the intersection of life and art…
“Do you trust robots?”, “Could a robot do your job?” and “Do you believe in the death and rebirth of things?” are among the deep questions being posed to visitors at the Vitra Design Museum’s latest exhibition.
The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, is celebrating the opening of its new building at 22 Gordon Street with an exhibition of work by visionary architect Sir Peter Cook. Running from 23 February to 10 March 2017, the exhibition marks Sir Peter’s 80th year with a celebration of 80 of his inspired and pioneering projects.
The exhibition Europe 40 Under 40 opens on 24 February 2017 at Contemporary Space Athens. The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design have announced the latest roundup of “the most promising and emerging design talent in Europe” in their biennial Europe 40 Under […]
The exhibition focuses on six studios that now form the “backbone” of Korean architecture.
Burberry and the Henry Moore Foundation has announced it will collaborate on a major exhibition in London, showing over 40 sculpture works alongside Burberry’s February 2017 collection. According to Christopher Bailey, chief creative at Burberry, the iconic sculptor’s work has inspired the fashion brand’s latest pieces.
She’s got all the right lines. Erika Hock’s Bauhaus-inspired sculptures leave the drawing board. Appearing like simple line drawings that have sprung from the page, the bent steel tube sculptures of German artist Erika Hock possess almost life-like qualities. Arranged across Antwerp’s Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, each sculpture strikes a pose; whil… ( )
The ethereal architectural works of Do Ho Suh replicate the gossamer fragility of life and memory in Passage/s, his first exhibition at Victoria Miro . Timeline Photos
The Creative Robotics exhibition showcases industrial robots outside of their natural habitat—the factory floor—and deals with them as tools of creative expression.
Christine Macel’s presentation to include more work from Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Russia, with 103 artists showing for the first time