Andy Warhol at the National Gallery of Scotland

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s death, the National Gallery of Scotland is exhibition the largest collection of the artist’s work ever seen. Running till October 7th, the show present a diverse range of work from an artist who remains one of the most prolific and contentious of the 20th century. Via Guardian Unlimited Read more […]
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Cityscape by Arne Quinze

The Belgian designer Arne Quinze is going to build another of his giant wooden sculptures in the centre of Brussels, Belgium. The wooden artwork called Cityscape will be 40 meters long and 18 meters high. This piece of art, sponsored by MINI, will open 14 september and will stay in situ for a year. Via dezeen Read more […]
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Pedro Barrié de la Maza Foundation by Mansilla+Tuñon

The Pedro Barrié de la Maza Foundation, designed by Mansilla+Tuñon, is one of the finalist for the FAD Awards 2007 in Interior Design. The Foundation is located in Vigo, Spain, in an emblematic building were every exhibition room is able to change and adapt to the exhibition it self. The lobby, thanks to advanced theatrical technology, can change the floor until we have the perfect space to make presentations, concerts, etc. In other exhibition room a mechanism can descend or ascend Read more […]
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Caricatured Architects

In the Museum of Architecture there’s an exhibition called Caricatured Buildings, Architects that includes the work of architect – caricaturist Deniz Dokgoz. The images belong to Caricatured Archiects, a collection that questions the dialogue between the architects and their buildings. Read more […]
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Le Corbusier in Tokyo

The reconstructed Petit Cabanon At the Mori Art Museum of Tokyo you can visit a show of reconstructed works by Le Corbusier. The show starts with a full-size, walk-in model of the Paris atelier where Le Corbusier devoted his mornings to painting and sculpture. He only did architecture in the afternoons. The two biggest attractions are a full-size reproduction of a two-story apartment from his Unité d’Habitation in Marseille, and a reproduction of Le Petit Cabanon, a small wooden hut he Read more […]
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