by Sunena V Maju Oct 18, 2022
The Carpenters Workshop Gallery marks its presence in Los Angeles with an inaugural exhibition by Nacho Carbonell at a retrofitted warehouse in West Hollywood.
by Sunena V Maju Oct 18, 2022
The Carpenters Workshop Gallery marks its presence in Los Angeles with an inaugural exhibition by Nacho Carbonell at a retrofitted warehouse in West Hollywood.
by Devanshi Shah May 22, 2021
Located in the midst of a park, the project addresses the city's homelessness crisis and adheres to the studio’s long-standing philosophy of ‘no throwaway spaces’.
by Jones John Aug 05, 2020
Jack Shainman Gallery presented Italy-born artist Gehard Demetz's hybrid wooden sculptures at Frieze Los Angeles that deconstructed spirituality across cultures.
by Dan Hogman Apr 08, 2020
Artist and architect Dan Hogman sketches a slice of the students’ favourite Powell Library from UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California.
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 Dan Hogman Dec 25, 2019
Artist and architect Dan Hogman walks us through a sketched perspective of acclaimed architect Michael Maltzan’s modular housing built for the homeless.
by Dan Hogman Sep 25, 2019
Artist and architect Dan Hogman provides a visual feast to the eyes with every stroke as he sketches the Gothic-inspired façade of Ace Hotel Downtown in Los Angeles.
by Dan Hogman Jun 03, 2019
Prolific architect and artist, Dan Hogman, shares a unique perspective (pun intended) as to how sketching can change the way one perceives the environment.
by Jerry Elengical Jul 28, 2022
Realised in association with HNTB, the new 3,500 ft structure has been dubbed the ‘Ribbon of Light,’ and replaces its iconic predecessor over the Los Angeles River.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 22, 2022
The London-based art gallery Alison Jacques is presenting visual artist Nicola L's first UK exhibition in partnership with the Nicola L Collection and Archive, Los Angeles.
by Pallavi Mehra Jun 22, 2022
Informed by a balance of meditative solitude and exuberant communal living, this home in Los Angeles is designed as a series of nested conditions organised concentrically.
by Jerry Elengical Mar 28, 2022
Featuring 90,000 Swarovski Crystals, the set at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles offered a message of inclusivity and community from a utopian future of 'elegance and electricity'.
by Zohra Khan Mar 03, 2022
The American multidisciplinary designer renders a potpourri of cultural influences in the curation and interior design of this destination hotel in Los Angeles.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 29, 2021
Hyperreal iceberg series by the Los Angeles-based artist, Luciana Abait, part of the exhibition A Letter to the Future, talks about the fragile state of environment.
by STIRworld Jul 12, 2021
Revived to its former glory by London-based Foster + Partners, the 94-year-old movie palace in Los Angeles is Apple's one of the most significant restoration projects till date.
by Shraddha Nair Jun 01, 2021
Museum Frieder Burda presents a new series of work made by Los Angeles artist, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, during the global lockdown, on view at Salon Berlin till June 5.
by Anmol Ahuja May 31, 2021
A drive-in cinema, food truck hub, and a digital advertising backdrop are few of the multimodal activities Woods Bagot envisaged in its intervention for Pump to Plug, Los Angeles.
by STIRworld Mar 12, 2021
Renzo Piano adds a sculpturesque glass dome, a sprawling rooftop and various multi-purpose theatre and gallery spaces to a famed 1930s department store in western Los Angeles.
by Nadezna Siganporia Mar 08, 2021
Located in Los Angeles, The Broad is a contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad and designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
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 Dan Hogman Feb 05, 2020
Artist and architect Dan Hogman seeks inspiration in the Art Deco masterpiece and one of the most beloved buildings in Los Angeles, in the United States.
by Dan Hogman Dec 04, 2019
Artist and architect Dan Hogman captures a perspective of the historic Wilshire Boulevard Temple from Los Angeles, and freezes it in two-dimensional space.
by Dan Hogman Nov 06, 2019
Artist and architect Dan Hogman sketches the iconic Hollyhock House in Los Angeles with the same spirit of free reign that Frank Lyoyd Wright described as 'California Romanza'.
by Dan Hogman Oct 09, 2019
Artist and architect Dan Hogman sketches Los Angeles’ once most costliest landmark, the spectacular private residence, known as The Stimson House.
by Zohra Khan Nov 18, 2020
The Los Angeles-based firms have designed a cohesive living environment with Imagine Village – a housing for homeless veterans and underprivileged families in California.
by Urvi Kothari Sep 18, 2022
Reimagining ancient Hellenic sculptures into minimalist cubes, Adam Parker Smith investigates into the legitimacy of classical forms with a humorous twist at The Hole L.A.
by Manu Sharma Sep 10, 2022
American artist Anthony Samaniego speaks with STIR about his stunning photo manipulation art.
by Vidur Sethi Aug 20, 2022
New York-based artist Max Colby uses found objects and materials to create artworks that are at once camp and a subversive mimicry of it to evoke revival, embrace, and opulence.
by Manu Sharma Aug 10, 2022
Canadian artist Jason Gringler talks about using industrial refuse to create his hybrid sculptures.
by Manu Sharma Aug 01, 2022
Canadian-Korean Metaverse artist Krista Kim explores her meditative arts practice and sheds light on tech art's potential for mental wellness.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 27, 2022
The interactive art produced by the new media technologies is at the core of the multidisciplinary creative studio WOW to anchor effective change in the society.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky May 23, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to LA-based Refik Anadol, a pioneer in digital aesthetics, about his daring idea—to unlock machines' ability to learn from us how to dream.
by Rahul Kumar May 17, 2022
Hawai'i Contemporary presents Hawai'i Triennial 2022 in Honolulu, USA, showcasing prominent installations and art performances for the eleven-week event.
by STIRworld May 14, 2022
This May 2022, Taipei Dangdai will host a variety of innovative art from globally renowned galleries
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 Rahul Kumar Apr 19, 2022
The 15th edition of the art fair - a leading platform for artists from the Middle East and Global South - showcased modern, contemporary and digital art at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Apr 15, 2022
Isamu Noguchi: A New Nature at White Cube Bermondsey brought to life the sculptures by the American sculptor which continue to strike a chord with the contemporary audience.
by Shraddha Nair Mar 27, 2022
The Tokyo-based international collective brings elements of fantasy and magic to Kairakuen Garden, one of Japan's Three Great Gardens that was built in the 1800s in Mito, Ibaraki.
by STIRworld Mar 11, 2022
Trans artist Cassils' conceptual work of art called PISSED, a tank of glowing urine to protest against the then Trump administration, has been acquired by Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 27, 2021
In Codeswitch, an exhibition at California African American Museum, Biggers shares a body of work titled Codex, which melds textile, culture, community and history.
by Jerry Elengical Oct 09, 2021
Developed in collaboration with the Eames Office, the Reebok x Eames Club C Monotone Pack and the Ray Eames Signature Pack subtly cite the duo’s works through versatile new designs.
by Manu Sharma Sep 22, 2021
David Young discusses his artificial intelligence-driven arts practice, and shines light on the new creative hermeneutics.
by Rahul Kumar Sep 14, 2021
In a candid chat, artist Lorenzo Quinn talks about growing up in the Hollywood, and finding his way into the arts, making monumental sculptures using the human hand as his muse.
by STIRworld Sep 04, 2021
Designed by Shohei Shigematsu, Partner at OMA New York, the building is designed as a cultural extension to the 1929 Byzantine-Revival temple in California.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 19, 2021
Iran-based photographer Shadi Ghadirian talks about the issues of censorship, modernity and sectarian politics that have found resonance far and beyond her home-nation.
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 Vladimir Belogolovsky May 29, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews German artist Thomas Demand about his unique spatial explorations, his collaborations with architects, and why they envy him.
by Shraddha Nair May 23, 2021
Attaboy – co-founder of Hi-Fructose, a global art publication – talks to STIR about his interactive ‘giftivism’ inspired event that brings together artists from across the world.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 13, 2021
New Mexico-based Katherine Hunt’s art practice involves textiles and fibre to create minimalistic artworks that have a meditative quality to them.
by Jerry Elengical May 04, 2021
The California-based automotive company has developed a concept for a long range, solar powered electric vehicle boasting a stylised design and cutting-edge technology.
by STIRworld Apr 29, 2021
David Rockwell’s scenic design at LA Union Station for the 93rd Academy Awards crafts an intimate venue inspired by the understated elegance of the Oscars’ earliest ceremonies.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 23, 2021
California-based artist Stephanie Potter Corwin collects data to see if the patterns of human behaviour have changed over the years with virtual connectivity in the contemporary world.
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 Shailaja Tripathi Dec 07, 2020
Artist Brigitte D’Annibale uses the voices of children and old works in her recent exploration to ponder upon the human condition.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 20, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Eric Owen Moss about his ways of stretching the reality of possibilities and why if he is asked to design a hospital, he will try to design a jail first.
by Jincy Iype Aug 28, 2020
MAD’s first project in the US, the Gardenhouse residences host irregular windows on its gable roofed, white facades with the largest living wall in the country enveloping its base.
by STIRworld Aug 13, 2020
Seattle-based Kristin Becker’s design for this Hollywood home consciously choreographs traditional Irish and contemporary Californian elements into a flowing sequence.
by Jincy Iype Apr 23, 2020
Along with designer Francesca de la Fuente, the LA-based studio redesigns the former church into an event space, replete with stained glass windows and contemporary furniture.
by Dan Hogman Mar 11, 2020
Artist and architect Dan Hogman sketches one of Southern California's finest examples of the early 'temples of finance' in quick but meticulous strokes.
by Avantika Shankar Mar 07, 2020
Perron, one of the most prolific designers in the world, in an interview with STIR reveals his unique approach to design and creating moments that make the world stop and watch.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 18, 2020
One of the Adobe’s artist residents speaks with STIR about his exploration of digital and immersive art experiences.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 04, 2020
NFN Kalyan talks to STIR about his Indian American upbringing and his fascination with music, comic books and religious inquiry.
by Dan Hogman Dec 18, 2019
Dan Hogman sketches this part-museum, part playground housed in a former bank building in San Francisco that makes fantasy a reality through its multi-sensorial installations.
by Jincy Iype Oct 05, 2019
The Disruptors exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum tests boundaries of design by rejecting common perceptions of automobiles and following reductionism.
by Georgina Maddox Sep 30, 2019
A ring-side view of performance and new media’s ‘It girl’ Amalia Ulman's new body of work (2015-2019).
by STIRworld Oct 23, 2022
A total of 156 French and international galleries are showcasing art, from paintings and sculptures to photography and digital works, as part of Art Basel's debut edition in Paris.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 14, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews architect Sameep Padora of Mumbai-based studio sP+a who says that familiarity leads to a sense of comfort that he wants to avoid.
by Pallavi Mehra Oct 04, 2022
Located at the Ritz Carlton in New York, Zaytinya by Rockwell Group is an upscale eatery that transports guests to the Mediterranean region.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 01, 2022
Vienna-based artist Yein Lee talks about her cultural influences and inspirations while growing up in South Korea.
by Vatsala Sethi Sep 08, 2022
The 2022 edition takes the Korean city as a starting point to reflect on the stories hidden within the history of Busan since the modern era and the changing structure of the city.
by STIRworld Sep 05, 2022
The Painter's New Tools, curated by Eleanor Cayre and Dean Kissick at Nahmad Contemporary, features paintings made by using CGI, AI, printers, tablets, and other technologies.
by Jerry Elengical Sep 03, 2022
In an interview with STIR, the Berlin-based curator sheds light on his book Anime Architecture and its accompanying exhibition AKIRA - The Architecture of Neo-Tokyo.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Aug 30, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks to James Wines, the architect behind iconic BEST Products stores that critiqued the nature of architecture, shopping, and suburbia.
by Rahul Kumar Aug 23, 2022
Illustrative Chronicles: Shira Barzilay, an Israeli illustrator also known as Koketit, plays with her distinctive style on everyday life.
by STIRworld Aug 09, 2022
Koons has been sued by Michael Hayden, an artist who worked in Italy in the 80s designing sets and props for films - over copyright of coiled snake sculpture featured in Made in Heaven series.
by STIRworld Jun 15, 2022
Starting June 16, the four-day art fair will host a wide selection of sculptures, paintings, installations, and art performances. STIR highlights what you shouldn't miss.
by Amy Frearson Jun 02, 2022
Ahead of the biggest event on the furniture design calendar, Amy Frearson picks out six of the most exciting young talents participating.
by STIRworld May 05, 2022
The adaptive reuse project from Detroit’s East Village for two non-profits will present vibrant spaces for education, production and display of art by the local community.
by STIRworld May 04, 2022
Excerpts from Vladimir Belogolovsky’s new book, Imagine Buildings Floating Like Clouds, which juxtaposes 101 distinct visions of leading creatives.
by Manu Sharma Apr 14, 2022
The Russian multidisciplinary artist Sasha Folova explores her inimitable performance practice that blends latex costumes with abstract forms.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 13, 2022
Bright Moments gallery showcased digital works of artist Jeff Davis at the debut edition of Art Dubai digital at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai.
by Anmol Ahuja Mar 29, 2022
From desert worlds to rustic barns to carnival funhouses and abstract edifices, STIR brings you enticing conversations with four of this year’s Oscar nominated production designers.
by Manu Sharma Mar 29, 2022
American artist-activist group INDECLINE explores their recently-released film Side Hustles, and reflect on the collective's anti-authoritarian exploits over the past year.
by Jerry Elengical Feb 28, 2022
In a hybrid ceremony at the Es Devlin-designed UK Pavilion, the winners of the ‘Reimagining Cities and Towns Post-COVID’ competition were honoured for their imaginative proposals.
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 Almas Sadique Jan 06, 2022
The reticent American artist, known for his cheerful portrayal of everyday life, passed away at his home in Sacramento, California, on December 25, 2021.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 02, 2022
The sculptural works of the Tehran-based artist, Nazgol Ansarinia, revisit the capital of Iran to underscore the ironies of urban development.
by Sukanya Deb Dec 19, 2021
Looking at the hybridity of material and images through plastic foliage and Black histories as presented by Kandis Williams’ A Garden at Art Basel Miami Beach 2021.
by Devanshi Shah Dec 15, 2021
In an exclusive interview with STIR, the Tony Award-winning set designer David Rockwell discusses his ideas about designing from an audience-centric, empathy-driven point of view.
by STIRworld Nov 08, 2021
Designed within the Beaverton headquarters of Nike, the building’s architecture and sport facilities are conceived to capture athletes in motion at full speed.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Nov 04, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky visits Expo 2020 Dubai where spectacle-driven architecture is the core of the new smart city of the future; shares his list of 20 must-see pavilions.
by Manu Sharma Nov 03, 2021
Iranian critical maker Behnaz Farahi explores their cutting-edge creative practice along with the theoretical grounding that it is built upon.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 30, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Michael Webb about his lengthy student career, inventing “Bowellism”, much celebrated thesis project Sin Palace, and his Archigram years.
by Zohra Khan Sep 03, 2021
PepsiCo’s Chief Design Officer, Mauro Porcini, decodes the most underrated design secret and talks about the role of love in navigating the complexity of his job.
by Zohra Khan Aug 10, 2021
The San Francisco Design Week 2021 themed around 'Power' brought together different virtual discourses conveying a common message: with great power comes great possibility.
by Jerry Elengical Jul 26, 2021
On Bequia, an island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the prefabricated house pays homage to local maritime traditions and employs sustainability as its core concept.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 23, 2021
American artist Dan Graham speaks with STIR about the relationship shared among architecture, built-environment and viewers on the sidelines of his show at 303 Gallery, New York.
by Rahul Kumar Jul 17, 2021
Photographer Luisa Lambri and architect and artist Bijoy Jain explore the ideas of space and line through the lens of history and material in their distinct practices.
by Jerry Elengical May 27, 2021
Gucci marks its 100th birthday with 'Gucci Garden Archetypes', a multimedia exhibition inspired by the brand's 15 campaigns curated by Creative Director, Alessandro Michele.
by Jerry Elengical May 17, 2021
The fourth edition of the event, stewarded by Artistic Director David Brown and with an initial list of 29 contributors, hopes to transform vacant lots in urban areas into communal spaces.
by STIRworld Apr 28, 2021
Part I: Drawing from a diverse array of perspectives, the seven key visuals for the 93rd Academy Awards reflect what cinema means to the film industry and general public.
by Nadezna Siganporia Apr 12, 2021
Thoughtfully curated by Kelly Wearstler, California Collection is the first collaboration of iconic paint brand Farrow & Ball with an external creative to mark their 75th anniversary.
by STIRworld Apr 09, 2021
On the American architect’s 62nd death anniversary, we put the spotlight on his unforgettable architectural contribution to cinema.
by Jincy Iype Mar 23, 2021
The series portrays urban cities such as Paris and Miami in the form of kaleidoscopic, geometric mandalas, featuring their distinct architecture and streetscapes.
by Jincy Iype Feb 22, 2021
Zyva Studio and Charlotte Taylor collaborate to imagine colour-pop, fictional houses that “seek to create a metaphysical relationship between architecture and its user”.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 08, 2021
Presented as a short film and book, Planet City is a radical, provocative idea that visually examines extreme urban densification as a potential reversal to a climate catastrophe.
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 Manu Sharma Feb 03, 2021
STIR explores the masterful blend of subtlety and weight of Casey Jex Smith’s minimalist yet highly intricate works.
by Jones John Jan 22, 2021
The visual artist employs his fascination for seafaring culture and its accompanying aesthetics to talk about contemporary issues.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 19, 2021
Architect and artist Herb Greene talks to Vladimir Belogolovsky about his Prairie House in Norman, Oklahoma, and the intentions behind this masterpiece of organic architecture.
by Manu Sharma Jan 19, 2021
A representative of the notorious US-based collective INDECLINE discusses the group’s history, practice and trajectory.
by Anmol Ahuja Jan 16, 2021
Designed and developed by a team of former Tesla, SpaceX and AirBnB employees, the high-end shelter units built for short-term stays will be shipped out this year.
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 Anmol Ahuja Dec 08, 2020
Austrian company Print a Drink by Benjamin Greimel uses 3D printing robotic arm to suspend micro droplets in cocktails, creating visually alluring three dimensional geometries.
by Devanshi Shah Dec 03, 2020
STIR speaks with the award-winning Austrian designer working at the vanguard of digital design and 3D-printing across architecture, product and fashion design.
by Meghna Mehta Oct 10, 2020
The exhibition Gio Ponti. Loving Architecture examined the works of the late architect, who created some important examples while working with spaces, volumes, façades and decoration.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 05, 2020
The specially curated series by STIR takes a peep into artist studios to explore a work that has been created but never placed before an audience.
by Jones John Sep 07, 2020
Monika Fabijanska’s exhibition at the Thomas Erben Gallery in New York examines the evolution of ecofeminist art to help us imagine alternate models for the future.
by Shraddha Nair Aug 29, 2020
Once an architect by profession, now an artist by vision, Cyril Lancelin creates inflatable structures of artificial landscapes and a novel experience for the viewer.
by Jincy Iype Jul 28, 2020
STIR X Script Made In series: Campana brothers present five Brazilian designers for the future - Domingos Tótora, Inês Schertel, Ricardo Graham, Hugo França and Luiza Caldari.
by STIRworld Jul 09, 2020
Exploring his long-drawn passion for architecture through Yeezy Home, American rapper Kanye West is currently building dome-like structures inspired by Star Wars, in California, US.
by Jones John Jun 25, 2020
After more than three decades of making art out of derelict film spools, the acclaimed underground filmmaker made his peace with eternity on June 13, 2020.
by Sonal Shah Jun 11, 2020
STIR brings you a series profiling internationally acclaimed visionaries, all over 70 years of age, who inspire us through their stellar contributions to art, architecture and design.
by Nancy Adajania May 02, 2020
Author and curator Nancy Adajania writes a heartfelt tribute for the revered minimalist, Indian-American artist and print maker Zarina Hashmi.
by Jincy Iype May 01, 2020
The UK-based firm has transformed modular shipping containers to be retrofitted as floating hospitals that can be deployed to treat coronavirus patients across countries.
by Sourabh Gupta Apr 26, 2020
Sourabh Gupta, principal architect at Studio Archohm, reflects on his trysts with iconic Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and his architecture.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 17, 2020
In an interview with Vladimir Belogolovksy, Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Thom Mayne talks about an individual's role in architecture and the aesthetic originality of buildings.
by Darshana Ramdev Apr 15, 2020
A series of on-site installations by German artists duo take viewers on an immersive journey from ancient Korean ceramics to a pastoral utopia as they explore the show Even here, I exist.
by Jincy Iype Apr 10, 2020
STIR marks the birth anniversary of American architect Joseph Allen Stein, known for his ‘buildings in the garden’ such as the India International Centre and India Habitat Centre in Delhi.
by Jones John Mar 30, 2020
Artist Lita Albuquerque's 25th century female astronaut, called Elyseria, disseminated cosmic awareness at the inaugural Desert X AlUla in northwestern Saudi Arabia.
by Jincy Iype Mar 19, 2020
Famous for the Aqua Tower in Chicago, Jeanne Gang’s works sit at the crossroads of nature, culture and community driven design; the reputed American architect turns 56 today.
by Meghna Mehta Mar 07, 2020
The Netherlands-based MVRDV, led by Winy Maas, designs urban transport system in collaboration with Airbus, where flying vehicles are integrated into existing cities.
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 Jones John Mar 02, 2020
James Hough is the first artist-in-residence at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office and it might just change how the justice system is perceived.
by Zohra Khan Feb 28, 2020
Reputed for giving the world some of the most astonishing pieces of architecture in fearless, gravity-defying forms, the Pritzker winning American architect turns 91 today.
by Georgina Maddox Feb 24, 2020
Esparza’s exhibition staring at the sun at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art takes on the past and contextualises the present through paintings and installations.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Feb 07, 2020
Moshe Safdie, in an interview with Vladimir Belogolovsky, presses on his profession's need to expand responsibilities and work on macro scale to improve the quality of life.
by Georgina Maddox Jan 18, 2020
Catch up with one of the most comprehensive retrospectives of Maar, who was a photographer and briefly a painter, and is well-known as Pablo Picasso’s muse.
by John Jervis Jan 07, 2020
Design theory has changed over the decades, acquiring a boundless purview that museums struggle to contain. The V&A London’s new show proves that it can be done - but not easily.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 07, 2020
The exhibition is the first look at Graham’s new installation Neo-Baroque Walkway, a piece that blurs the lines between art and architecture.
by Dan Hogman Jan 01, 2020
Artist and architect Dan Hogman runs a quick tutorial on how to capture a classic frame of the monumental yet utterly simple City Hall of California’s Pasadena city.
by Sukanya Garg Dec 20, 2019
Susan Philipsz: Seven Tears showcases sound installations interacting with the architecture and space of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in Missouri, on till February 2, 2020.
by Sukanya Garg Dec 11, 2019
American conceptual artist Barbara Kruger’s work at Amorepacific Museum of Art in Yongsan forces us to re-contemplate cultural constructs and stereotypes.
by Georgina Maddox Nov 02, 2019
Artist Patrick Staff’s site-specific installation On Venus, examining queerness and gender polemics, opens on November 8, 2019, at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London.
by Georgina Maddox Oct 07, 2019
A whistle stop tour of how virtual reality, artificial intelligence and computer science impacted new media, digital and immersive art movements.
by Meghna Mehta Oct 02, 2019
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) organises two exhibitions in London – Industrialised and Beyond Bauhaus - as a tribute to honour the Bauhaus centenary.
by Ashoke Chatterjee Sep 25, 2019
Prof. Ashoke Chatterjee, at the Frame Conclave 2019 in Goa, discussed how design education has evolved over the years with respect to nation-building.
by Georgina Maddox Jun 27, 2019
Emma Lewis, assistant curator of 'Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life' discusses the artist's passion for ecology, climate change and the inherent need to include the audience.
by Mrinalini Ghadiok Jun 03, 2019
Discussing the nuances of architectural drawing and sketching, Dan Hogman shows us the ropes on how to construct perspectives and how to perceive construction.
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