by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 18, 2020
by Shraddha Nair Jan 21, 2020
The Latvian artist is presenting her first solo exhibition in the US - What Eats Around Itself -a series of playful installations for viewers to walk through.
by Jincy Iype Jan 21, 2020
‘Levenslicht’, or ‘Light of Life’, is a new monument in Rotterdam made of 104,000 glowing blue rocks, representing victims and the Jewish tradition of placing stones on graves.
by Zohra Khan Jan 20, 2020
Conferred to an artist for the first time, the Royal Academy award recognises Iglesias’ work that invites people to look not just at the buildings, but also at the spaces between them.
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 Zohra Khan Jan 17, 2020
The proposal for the new base campus for the Chinese tech giant Tencent features a waterfront park and over 100 buildings with undulating solar roofs and connecting bridges.
by Zohra Khan Jan 16, 2020
In its winning concept, the Scandinavian architectural firm combines the goodness of a city and a village to form a new housing typology for a low-rise neighbourhood in Copenhagen.
by Jincy Iype Jan 16, 2020
The renovation of New York's 550 Madison and the new garden redefine the landmark as a state-of-the-art office tower, displaying a sustainable model for adaptive reuse.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 16, 2020
The Delhi chapter of VAICA festival provided exposure to a diverse group of artists and their work to make video art accessible to a larger audience and lead discussions around it.
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 Sukanya Garg Jan 13, 2020
Resident artist Nidhi Khurana was one of the eight scholarship awardees of a year-long fellowship culminating in the exhibition Every hundred feet the world changes, in Germany.
by Zohra Khan Jan 11, 2020
The immersive video installation by the Bangkok-based studio replaces the physical gate of Deoksugung Palace with a digital one to explore the meaning of heritage in today’s time.
by Meghna Mehta Jan 11, 2020
In an interview with STIR, Krister Lindstedt, lead architect at White Arkitekter, describes the shifting of Swedish town Kiruna that is being threatened by an underground iron ore mine.
by John Jervis Jan 07, 2020
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