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60 exhibitions, 700 artists, both Greek and international, with more than 1500 works of art scattered around 88 city blocks. The numbers alone are impressive.
A fun collection of portraits depicting many of the international stars of architecture, past and present, is the subject of Archipix by Barcelona based Italian graphic artist, Federico Babina.
A sculptural installation entitled ‘Baitogogo’ by the Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira is currently on show at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Exhibiting a powerful identity, it dominates the space as an intricate mass of gnarled roots and branches emerging from the geometric infrastructure of the gallery...
Visitors to the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed, one of the world’s greatest annual motoring events held in the grounds of Goodwood House in West Sussex, England, were greeted by a massive sculpture created by artist and designer Gerry Judah. No stranger to the genre of public artwork...
One of three exhibits at the Venice Art Biennale 2013 by pioneering Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, was Bang, an installation which occupied a large bare space, where its sprawling sculptural mass was composed of 885 three legged stools, handcrafted by Chinese carpenters.
Currently on display in the Centraal Museum in Utrecht is a bright blue arched sculptural installation designed by the Amsterdam based practice of Rietveld Landscape. Made of foam, the vast floor to ceiling piece dominates and alters the energy of the space...
This spectacular Californian beach house was designed by the local practice of Studio 9on2 in an attempt to reflect the diverse surroundings of an outstanding sea view from one aspect and a cityscape from the other.
Not in their wildest dreams could the instigators of the Punk movement in the 1970s have imagined that their anti-establishment code of life, fashion and music would have become a form of inspiration for the high end luxury fashion industry.
Since I'm basically an urbanite, architecture is the environment in which my life runs, both from a professional and a personal standpoint. Good architecture thrills me, intrigues me, concerns me, fascinates me... These feelings are so intense that I began to feel the desire to transmit them to others. Photography is the way I've found to do it.
An exhibition currently on show at the Budweis House of Art in the Czech Republic is Ku u so u by Japanese architect Takeshi Hosaka. The title means ‘imagination’ in Japanese and refers to the initial thoughts of a design concept, which doesn’t necessarily reach fruition.