by Dilpreet Bhullar May 18, 2022
The exhibition My Self-Portraits as a Theater of Labyrinths is a deep dive into the photographic practice of Japanese contemporary artist Yasumasa Morimura.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 18, 2022
The exhibition My Self-Portraits as a Theater of Labyrinths is a deep dive into the photographic practice of Japanese contemporary artist Yasumasa Morimura.
by Jincy Iype May 13, 2022
Built by Associative Data proposes The Tower of Life in Africa, an energy-positive construction wrapped with an onsite "printed earth membrane" that operates as a living system.
by Anmol Ahuja May 10, 2022
Designed by Studio Zhu Pei, this public cultural edifice in Anhui, China, manifests courtyards inspired by ancient settlements in the region along its horizontal and vertical planes.
by Shraddha Nair May 07, 2022
Chun Kwang Young exhibits 'hanji'-based artworks in the Palazzo Contarini Polignac Venice Art Biennale 2022, which includes an outdoor pavilion designed by Stefano Boeri.
by Manu Sharma Apr 29, 2022
Romanian artist Dani Macovei discusses his fascinating digital practice with STIR, exploring his motivations in the process.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 28, 2022
Martinez’s multi-disciplinary practice revolves around the political and social injustices, especially towards the minority communities in the United States, in recent times.
by Shraddha Nair Apr 27, 2022
Berwick-based artist Patrick Hartley discusses his recently exhibited body of work titled Cost Of Life, which looks at the past several years of work including images and sculpture.
by Devanshi Shah Apr 22, 2022
STIR speaks with architect and designer Jayden Ali on his work for Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear and the story of performing masculinity through fashion across time.
by André Aranha Corrêa do Lago Apr 21, 2022
The Brazilian Ambassador to India, André Aranha Corrêa do Lago pens an account of Brazil’s now global architectural identity, and the exhibitions in Delhi commemorating the bicentennial.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 18, 2022
When Images Speak, curated by Nada Shabout, explores the lesser represented works of Arab modernists, as part of the Dubai Collection initiative under the guidance of Carlo Rizzo.
by Sukanya Deb Apr 17, 2022
Dubai-based artist Lantian Xie’s solo exhibition Volcano at Grey Noise, looked at institutional infrastructures and the manufactured nature of instruction.
by Nadezna Siganporia Apr 08, 2022
Wrapped in a skin of mirrored hexagons and featuring a fluid form and interiors, Museo Soumaya is an architectural icon designed by Mexican architect Fernando Romero.
by Natalia Torija Nieto Mar 30, 2022
In Ukraine, curators, artists, musicians now double as drivers, volunteers and fighters. Planeta Ukrain voices their hope for life, and participation at the 23rd Triennale Milano. A tribute.
by Weili Zhang Mar 22, 2022
A visit to the Wutopia Lab-designed Architectural Model Museum, an innovative and focused new addition to Shanghai’s burgeoning collection of exhibition spaces.
by Nadezna Siganporia Mar 14, 2022
Finnish firm JKMM Architects carefully renovated the 1930s Lasipalatsi building and designed a series of domed subterranean cavities for the new exhibition space.
by STIRworld Mar 08, 2022
American artist Faith Ringgold’s social and political art comprising figurative and quilt work made over 50 years is on display at the New Museum in New York City.
by Sukanya Deb Mar 08, 2022
Part two of a three-part series probes the works of Hannah Höch, Meret Oppenheim, Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven and Claude Cahun, away from masculinist approach to art history.
by Devanshi Shah Mar 01, 2022
The dual exhibitions at The MET, NY, and the HNI in Rotterdam illustrate a narrative that connects Disney’s inspiration and his continued influence on contemporary design.
by STIRworld Feb 18, 2022
Yves Saint Laurent Aux Musées celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first YSL runway show with six Parisian museums paying tribute to the French fashion designer.
by Devanshi Shah Feb 18, 2022
Using the latest research in childhood learning and the imagination of children’s drawing as inspiration, Alan Maskin talks to STIR about the spatial and experiential design of the project.
by Anmol Ahuja, Devanshi Shah Feb 11, 2022
In its third edition held on February 5 at the Guggenheim Museum, The World Around Summit facilitated discussions among changemakers on architecture’s now, near, and next.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 10, 2022
Carly Whitefield, Assistant Curator at Tate Modern, speaks with STIR about the Seoul-born artist Anicka Yi's feature In Love with the World at Turbine Hall at the London’s art gallery.
by Jerry Elengical Feb 09, 2022
Fluid Strata by Dafni Filippa was declared as the overall winner of the prize, organised annually by Sir John Soane’s Museum, Make Architects, and the World Architecture Festival.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 03, 2022
In a conversation with STIR, Beatrice Galilee - writer, curator, cultural consultant, and co-founder of The World Around - reflects on the contemporary challenges of the practice.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 27, 2022
Museum of Art and Photography, Bengaluru, collaborates with several artists in a curated online festival titled Art Is Life: SoundFrames, conceptualised and themed around music.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 25, 2022
Laura Lima’s exhibition Six Feet Over within the conceptual framework of fluctuation delineated different sculptural installations to talk about layered existence of living beings.
by Vidur Sethi Jan 24, 2022
German artist Thomas Geiger and his institutional intervention Kunsthalle3000 include performance, sculpture and language to mediate between public and private spaces.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 20, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews GES-2 House of Culture, the first built work by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Russia.
by Rahul Kumar Jan 05, 2022
Nobuo Takamori, the lead curator of the ongoing biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, talks about Asian Futurism and Asian sci-fi culture as the core themes of the show.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 04, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews a hefty volume - Moscow: A Guide to Soviet Modernist Architecture 1955-1991 - by Anna Bronovitskaya, Nikolay Malinin, and Yuri Palmin.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Dec 25, 2021
The Narcissus Theorem, Jean-Michel Othoniel’s latest exhibition of the glass sculptures at Petit Palais, Paris, relooks at the myth of Narcissism to evoke the world of idealism.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Dec 18, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Sergei Tchoban about contemporary architecture’s failures and what it can learn from the past.
by Divya Menon Dec 18, 2021
The show has at its centre the resurrection of the Indian creative community's morale, the deliverance of several spaces from the vagaries of time and Alappuzha's heritage revival.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 07, 2021
Eva Wittocx speaks about her curatorial project, bringing together a wide representation of the British artist’s works at M Leuven as part of the city festival around the Big Bang.
by Manu Sharma Dec 06, 2021
Belgian conceptual artist Floris Boccanegra explores the refugee crisis through his visualisation of human resilience.
by Devanshi Shah Dec 02, 2021
Interactive and multi-sensory exhibits and installations at the National Museum of Military Vehicles in the United States is a theatre of war.
by Jerry Elengical Nov 25, 2021
The nominees were selected from the winners of the RIBA International Award for Excellence by a jury featuring Es Devlin, Jeanne Gang, Rosanna Hu, Gustavo Utrabo, and Odile Decq.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 24, 2021
In an interview with STIR, Biemann dives into three of her significant works, Devenir Universidad, Forest Mind, and Acoustic Ocean, and the making of an ingenious university.
by Girinandini Singh Nov 19, 2021
An exploration of established systems of power through Lumen, Sutapa Biswas’ first substantial solo show in 14 years, at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge.
by Afra Safa Nov 16, 2021
Which structure is the symbol of Tehran - the Āzādi Tower, a memorial of the time of individual freedoms, or the Milad Tower that is ever present in photographs? A study.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Nov 15, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Cino Zucchi about urbanity, excessive social engineering, and his own design methodology the architect refers to as “reverse engineering”.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 05, 2021
The immersive travelling exhibition at Museum of Art Pudong, Shanghai, explores the magic of the extra-terrestrial through classical art forms alongside virtual reality installations.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 25, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to the Lebanese-American architect about his mission to demonstrate how art and architecture can intersect and form an osmotic relationship.
by Jerry Elengical Oct 23, 2021
Now transformed into a museum, the structure is regarded as a significant part of the postmodern architectural canon in London, having served as the Jencks family home.
by Devanshi Shah Oct 22, 2021
Selected from eight finalists from across the globe, Saudi artist Ajlan Gharem’s work stands out because it spoke to the global events and is built on the legacies of Islamic architecture.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 14, 2021
STIR speaks with Anna Burckhardt, the assistant curator of Broken Nature at MoMA, about creativity and functionality, and the museum's initiatives to address their carbon footprint.
by Nadezna Siganporia Oct 08, 2021
This quixotic museum by Australian businessman and art collector David Walsh, designed by Fender Katsalidis, is carved into the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 07, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky visits Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China exhibition at New York’s MoMA and shares his conversation with the featured architects.
by Devanshi Shah Oct 06, 2021
The exhibition celebrating first anniversary explores Kyoto’s modern architecture through 26 projects under seven themes with photographs, models and other archival material.
by Jincy Iype Sep 30, 2021
Angular brick walls crowned with reflective steel volumes shape the memorial by Daniel Libeskind, the first to memorialise the 1,02,000 names of the Dutch Holocaust victims.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 21, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky in conversation with Sergey Kuznetsov (Chief Architect of Moscow) on moving one million residents in the Russian capital to new housing blocks.
by Nitija Immanuel, Jerry Elengical Sep 16, 2021
STIR speaks with the curators of the exhibition at Wrightwood 659 in Chicago, centered on two lost masterworks - Louis Sullivan’s Garrick Theatre and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Building.
by Girinandini Singh Sep 11, 2021
STIR examines the shaping of narratives through the ages, as digital art takes on the mantle of abstract thought in visual art.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 06, 2021
Art Basel 2021 in its hybrid format promises to bring the best of both, digital and physical platforms, for its audiences to underscore the scale and many representations of arts.
by STIRworld Aug 21, 2021
Designed as a unique vantage point and a sculptural landmark, the Marsk Tower by Bjarke Ingels Group offers a bird's-eye view of Southern Jutland’s prized landscape.
by Aastha D. Aug 20, 2021
Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China will confront notions of expansive urbanscapes, to redefine and reimagine contemporary Chinese architecture.
by Devanshi Shah Aug 19, 2021
The pavilions look to re-modulate how we read cities, through nine interventions designed and conceptualised by some of the most renowned Japanese architects and artists.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 17, 2021
Multivalent experiences of migrants and circulation of cultural history are at the centre of Berlin-based artist and writer Pinar Öğrenci’s video-installation for Colomboscope 2021.
by STIRworld Aug 16, 2021
The World Heritage List sees the addition of 34 new cultural and natural sites, spanning from antiquity to mid 20th century architecture and natural landscapes.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 15, 2021
Danish artists Sofie Hesselholdt and Vibeke Mejlvang revisit the history of iconic symbols and objects to reconfigure its inherent meaning with a tinge of irony and humour.
by Nadezna Siganporia Aug 13, 2021
Under the guidance of architect Renzo Piano, the acclaimed Beyeler Collection of art found a home in an English-style garden with a historical villa, old trees and water lily ponds.
by Rahul Kumar Aug 12, 2021
Pirkko Siitari and Taru Tappola, curators of Helsinki Biennial, titled The Same Sea, talk about the making of the biennial through collaborative approach and environmental awareness.
by Jerry Elengical Aug 09, 2021
The Mausoleum of the Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniów, occupies the site of one of the Second World War’s greatest tragedies known as the 'Pacification of Michniów'.
by Shilpa Das Jul 29, 2021
Dr. Shilpa Das journeys through the memories, life and works of Gira Sarabhai, visionary, architect, founding parent of the National Institute of Design.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 25, 2021
Each/Other at the Denver Art Museum features works of indigenous artists Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger, laying importance on indigenous wisdom and collaborations.
by Soumya Mukerji Jul 23, 2021
A series of striking films from the streets of Beirut mark a year to the Lebanon port blasts. Rana Haddad puts our eye to The Human Lens at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 14, 2021
Taiwan-born Lee Mingwei invites the visitors to explore emotive experiences and decipher the variety of thoughts through his participatory conceptual performances.
by Jerry Elengical Jul 05, 2021
Vienna-based Delugan Meissl Associated Architects revitalises a former coal mining zone in the city of Taiyuan, transforming it into a fluid green landscape with bermed structures.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jun 28, 2021
The curatorial-archival practice of Morad Montazami, director of Zamân Books & Curating, aims to extricate the critical vocabulary on Southern Modernism from the western domination.
by Anmol Ahuja Jun 15, 2021
STIR discusses the Kenyan visual artist and architect duo's idea of a utopian African future through KEJA and the Anthropocene Museum at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
by Jerry Elengical Jun 11, 2021
Ron Arad, Marc Sadler, Roberto Palomba, Jean Marie-Massaud and Mario Trimarchi share rare insights of their winning works to be exhibited at the ADI Design Museum in Milan.
by Aastha D. Jun 10, 2021
Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich's new book - Mute Icons-and Other Dichotomies on the Real in Architecture - brings alive the meanings of architectural form in new and unexpected ways.
by STIRworld Jun 07, 2021
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has partnered with building materials company, Eso Surfaces, to create textile blocks and 3D cement tiles from the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright archive.
by STIRworld Jun 06, 2021
STIR presents exclusive interviews and features on the festival scheduled to take place in Colombo, Sri Lanka, with the edition focused on ‘Language is Migrant’.
by Jincy Iype Jun 04, 2021
From listening to nature to exploring algae’s possibilities in reducing CO2, STIR rounds up key ‘green’ works at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, to mark World Environment Day 2021.
by Devanshi Shah May 24, 2021
Located in Copenhagen, the building by Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter adds a vibrant urban space while getting ready to be an exciting venue for learning about natural history.
by Devanshi Shah May 16, 2021
The surgical refurbishment of Neue Nationalgalerie by David Chipperfield Architects, that took more than six years, hopes to grant the icon of the Modern movement a new lease of life.
by Aastha D. May 13, 2021
Director, Museo de Arte Moderno, Victoria Noorthoorn, offers an insight into how her curatorial practices have evolved and continue to transform the boundaries of the museum space.
by Girinandini Singh Apr 24, 2021
The Kochi Biennale Foundation revisits the ‘site’ after a year of restriction and virtual formats, bringing a spirit of resurgence to a resurrecting art world.
by Devanshi Shah Apr 09, 2021
Curated by Aric Chen with Martina Muzi, the exhibition X is Not a Small Country: Unravelling the Post-Global Era, is an exploration of complex conditions of globalisation.
by STIRworld Apr 08, 2021
Dreamy translucent fabrics, flowy paths and abstract enclosures adorn the exhibition that traces the relationship between fashion and nature from the 16th century to the present day.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Mar 30, 2021
The Chinese artist, Li Gang, traverses through a slew of disciplines - painting, printmaking, architecture and installations – to oversee artworks as a means to promote world peace.
by Devanshi Shah Mar 27, 2021
On the German-American architect’s 135th birth anniversary, a glimpse into Mies van der Rohe Haus and its adaptive program that attempts to capture the zeitgeist of this work.
by Rahul Kumar Feb 24, 2021
STIR interviews Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2021, on curatorial agenda for the upcoming edition and overall vision of the initiative.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 17, 2021
A bas-relief over hundred meters long is inaugurated at a public park in Krasnodar, Russia. The Paris-based artists tell STIR about their thoughts on a future world.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 04, 2021
Sir David Adjaye, Alice Rawsthorn, and Ryue Nishizawa form part of an impressive line-up of changemakers in architecture at The World Around’s Second Annual summit held recently.
by Zohra Khan Feb 02, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice: The legendary American illustrator reveals how he tackle days when ideas elude him and how he nourishes his creative voice.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 29, 2021
In Madrid, Disonata. Art in sound up to 1980 brings together artists, architects, poets and others who influenced the landscape of sound art till 1980.
by STIRworld Jan 22, 2021
The winning entry for the pedestrian bridge reimagines the futuristic landscapes and agenda as it unites the two banks of the Nile river: on one side, Egyptian Museum and on the other, Cairo Tower.
by Rahul Kumar Jan 20, 2021
STIR interviews Abhishek Poddar on the recent launch of MAP and his vision to present varied forms of Indian art and crafts under one roof.
by Jones John Jan 09, 2021
The Absurd Beauty of Space at the Hamburger Kunsthalle self-consciously attempts at integrating architectural contexts within its curation.
by Priyanka Sacheti Jan 07, 2021
STIR speaks with British academic Sarah Williamson on her Twitter project conceptualised to bring glaring focus to the prejudice against female western artists.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Dec 22, 2020
The sixth edition of ASIA NOW: Paris Asian Art Fair at Avenue Hoche focussed on Indian art scene with leading Indian artists on its list.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Dec 16, 2020
Architect Li Xinggang of Atelier Li Xinggang talks to Vladimir Belogolovsky on his Gymnasium at the New Campus of Tianjin University, inspired by the movement of the human body.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 10, 2020
The Artistic Directors of the upcoming edition of the Gwangju Biennale talk about the ideas of evolution through cognitive and lived experiences as the theme for the event.
by Nadezna Siganporia Dec 08, 2020
In this STIR series, curated by Pramiti Madhavji, we take you behind the scenes of privately-owned museums, sharing their origin with chats with art collectors, curators and architects.
by Nadezna Siganporia Dec 08, 2020
Architects Chasper Schmidlin and Lukas Voellmy transform a 12th century monastery in the Swiss Alps into a private museum founded by Polish entrepreneur Grażyna Kulczyk.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Dec 02, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky discusses architect Tchoban’s exhibition as it marks Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s 300th anniversary and questions authenticity, authorship, and artistic freedom.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 24, 2020
In an exhibition titled A Few In Many Places, Protocinema brings together five artists in five cities to create site specific commissioned works.
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 18, 2020
Adjaye Associates revealed conceptual designs for the Edo Museum of West African Art to house West African arts and artefacts in Benin City, Nigeria.
by Jones John Nov 13, 2020
STIR investigates the multifaceted art-activism of Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz, who is showcasing his first solo exhibition at the Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai.
by Jones John Nov 02, 2020
The conceptual artist tells STIR about his deconstruction of a Ramkinker Baij sculpture missing out on being exhibited.
by Meghna Mehta Oct 17, 2020
Educator, curator, executive director at MAAT Lisbon and a judge at Dezeen awards, Leanza tells STIR that design works best when it withdraws from devising end-goals...
by Anmol Ahuja Oct 13, 2020
Tadao Ando has restored and transformed the Bourse de Commerce with Lucie Niney and Thibaut Marca of NeM and Pierre-Antoine Gatier, to host François Pinault’s new art collection.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 09, 2020
Under the layers of human interaction with technology, installation artist Katja Novitskova talks about time loops and their relevance to current dialogue.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 01, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews the 1980 seminal Modern Architecture: A Critical History, arguably the most authoritative architectural treatise undertaken by a single author.
by Rahul Kumar Sep 02, 2020
In an exclusive interview with STIR, Roobina Karode looks back at her journey to evolve KNMA into a world-class museum and shares her views on the role of arts.
by Kabir Awatramani Aug 24, 2020
The brutal murder of George Floyd ignited global outcry at the dehumanising racism America’s Black community is victim to – we investigate how the art world is responding.
by Devanshi Shah Aug 20, 2020
The exhibition at the Design Museum in London evokes the experience of being in a club and explores the volumetric light composition by 1024 architecture.
by STIRworld Aug 19, 2020
The three firms are competing for the design of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota, which will be a reflection of the enduring spirit of the late US president.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 08, 2020
The exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum traces the journey of the Japanese kimono through the years of French Art Nouveau to its contemporary renditions.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 05, 2020
The Japanese artist Takashi Kuribayashi’s mammoth-sized installations excavate the meaning of truth beyond the obvious nature of reality that shapes the human existence.
by Shraddha Nair Jul 28, 2020
In the fourth part of the series, STIR looks at the vast potential of video games in re-imagining history and visualising the future, building visual and lateral narratives.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jul 23, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky discusses Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa’s work and explains why his name remains to be discovered by practicing architects around the world.
by STIRworld Jul 10, 2020
The two women architects win the first Italian Architecture Prize held at the MAXXI in Rome, while Renzo Piano receives the Career Prize, and Cino Zucchi an honourable mention.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jul 02, 2020
Antoine Predock talks about his buildings that he says are experiential flows and rides that ‘mess’ with our expectations, enabling us to discover something new every time.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jun 25, 2020
The minimalistic aesthetic of contemporary Indian artist Shilpa Gupta’s art punctures the intransigence of borders and boundaries to open the world of shared histories and cultures.
by Rahul Kumar Jun 10, 2020
A conversation with leading members of art ecosystem reveal key trends in the Indian art world and what the post pandemic future may have in store for us.
by Jincy Iype May 21, 2020
Bjarke Ingels Group designs the glass and steel clad Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet, its double spiral form set within the undulating landscape of the Swiss village Le Brassus.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 18, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned International Museum Day to one-of-its-kind opportunity to lead the conversation on and explore hitherto unviable possibilities around museums.
by Meghna Mehta May 13, 2020
American designer Jake Barton tells STIR how emerging technology, interactive and physical design, and curation create immersive experiences for exhibitions and museums.
by Zohra Khan May 06, 2020
Speaking with STIR, the Iranian architect discusses the concept behind Retrofuturism – a series of photomontages that formulate a new definition around restoration in Iran.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Apr 21, 2020
The exhibition at ILHAM Gallery in Kuala Lumpur relooks at the turbulent history of Malaysia with the works that emphasise body as a repository of subjective and collective narratives.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Apr 09, 2020
A recent magazine cover went to great lengths to rehabilitate a star artist who was accused of sexual harassment, and herald a 'new' order.
by Meghna Mehta Apr 07, 2020
Architecture studio CAN and artist Harry Lawson create three cabinets as installations for All That Could Have Been project at the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London.
by STIRworld Mar 14, 2020
As museums and galleries shut doors and major events get suspended due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, STIR brings you a list of missed action in art, design and architecture.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Mar 04, 2020
Moneo, the first Spanish architect to win a Pritzker Prize, says buildings must contribute to the fabric of the city and explains why his architecture does not have a common language.
by Jincy Iype Feb 22, 2020
The inauguration of the museum in Shunde, featuring an oculus skylight and a double helix staircase, has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak in China.
by Jincy Iype Feb 20, 2020
‘Miracles in Concrete’ at the Museum of Estonian Architecture honours the creative collaboration between architect Louis I. Kahn and structural engineer August Komendant.
by Meghna Mehta Feb 18, 2020
In an interview with STIR, the Los Angeles-based artist talks about his installation that was conceived as a building on the move, and focuses on the preservation of Great Lakes.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Feb 17, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky shares his impression of Pritzker Prize winning architect Tadao Ando-designed Wrightwood 659, a residential building converted into an exhibition space.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 05, 2020
The artist, in an interview with STIR, talks about his exhibition that showed photographs depicting the psychological impact of each place, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
by Tom Wilkinson Jan 14, 2020
Nightclubs and cabarets have inspired artists around the world, reveals an exhibition at the Barbican Centre in London, and questions if it can continue to be so in gentrified cities.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 02, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews the new MoMA in New York, designed by Diller Scofidio+Renfro with Gensler, that opened in October following a $450 million expansion.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 26, 2019
The massive exhibition featuring old and new artworks by the South Korean artist reflects on our myriad identities as humans and contemplates the future.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Dec 23, 2019
Croatia’s innovative museum, a first-of-its-kind, comes at an opportune time of human history to realise the inevitability of galvanising ‘a move forward’ with creative sensibility.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 19, 2019
The artist who lives and creates as he traverses points across the world presents an immersive sonic and sculptural installation at Oude Kerk in Amsterdam, from November 21.
by Sukanya Garg Nov 20, 2019
The Commissioner of the Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art in Russia talks to STIR about the theme of Immortality, the participants, and the impact of technology in art.
by Paromita Patranobish Oct 24, 2019
A review of Mary Gabriel’s Ninth Street Women, a book discussing the lives and work of five women Abstract Expressionists, and their role in the development of American modernism.
by Sukanya Garg Oct 21, 2019
The curators of the Art Encounters Biennial 2019, Maria Lind and Anca Rujoiu, speak to STIR about the socio-political and cultural contexts behind the works exhibited in Timișoara.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 17, 2019
STIR interviews Devashish Sharma, the winner of FICA Public Art Grant 2017, where he talks about a unique museum of questions for the children of the tribal Bastar community.
by Sukanya Garg Oct 01, 2019
The 2019 edition of the Japanese contemporary art fair on the theme ‘If The Snake’, under the artistic direction of French artist Pierre Huyghe, is on till November 24, 2019.
by Sukanya Garg Sep 23, 2019
The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing through the exhibition Fly Me to the Moon, on display until November 3, 2019.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 14, 2019
Vladimir Belogolovsky recalls his conversation with the famous American architect, about the time of experimentation and irony, and how turning back to classicism was a disaster.
by Meghna Mehta Sep 07, 2019
Australian firm Koichi Takada Architects unveiled the designs of the interiors of the National Museum of Qatar, which has been designed by French firm Ateliers Jean Nouvel.
by Sukanya Garg Sep 07, 2019
In conversation with Chicago-based duo Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero, founders of Luftwerk, about their site specific installation Parallel Perspectives.
by Georgina Maddox Aug 14, 2019
The 57-year-old artist’s solo show inaugurates the new National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, showcasing the life size models of the homes he has lived in.
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