Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria, a fast-growing metropolis that has already spilled over onto adjacent waters but needs to grow up as well as as out. Artist and architect Olalekan Jeyifous works in Brooklyn but grew up in Lagos, a place where patchwork urbanism and ramshackle architecture evolve out of necessity, invention and […]
Open to the public from Saturday May 28th to Sunday November 27th 2016 at the Giardini and the Arsenale, the 15th International Architecture Exhibition, titled REPORTING FROM THE FRONT, is directed by Alejandro Aravena and organized by La Biennale di Venezia chaired by Paolo Baratta. The Exhibition also includes 63 National Participations in the historic […]
24 años, nace en Badalona y estudia en BAU. Premio ModaFad al Mejor Diseñador Emergente, premio ANDE al Mejor Diseñador Joven, Finalista en el festival de Hyères. El objetivo de Guillem Rodríguez es reinventar el vestuario masculino Estudiaste Diseño de Moda en Bau, Centro Universitario de Diseño, ¿qué destacarías de la formación recibida en Bau? […]
Scottish Ballet dancers Madeline Squire and Javier Andreu follow each other through the emptied Govanhill Baths in the south side of Glasgow, performing a high-energy piece originally created for four dancers, and choreographed for the screen by Sophie Laplane. With original music by British-born, Boston-based electro musician John Xela.
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