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This display includes a variety of responses to the modern city from artists around the world, ranging from explorations of the built environment to close-up images recording the minutiae of daily life Since the nineteenth century, the city has been a rich source of inspiration for artists, providing a subject matter that reflects the attractions, realities, and complexities of urban life....
Chris Cornelius is an Associate Professor and an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. His research and practice focus on the architectural translation of culture; in particular, American Indian culture. He is the founding principal of studio:indigenous, a design and consulting practice serving American Indian clients. He recently served as a cultural consultant and design collaborator with Antoine...
The Brave Drawn World of Charles 'Chip' Sullivan Chip Sullivan has been inspiring thousands of students at the University of California at Berkely, for almost thirty years. His distinctive style, graphic ability, and creative enthusiasm are simply infectious. Professor Sullivan is a landscape architect and artist who maintains a lifelong commitment to the exploration of the garden as a sustainable environment. He devotes...

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Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, ​clinamen v.2 at SFMoMA

https://youtu.be/_wdltDfs-F4 Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, clinamen v.2 at SFMoMA Soundtracks is the museum’s first large-scale group exhibition centered on the role of sound in contemporary art. newsletter Archilibs has a free...

California Academy of Sciences

Piano's audacious design with its native plant–covered living roof, retractable ceiling, three-story rain forest, gigantic planetarium, and living coral reef, is an adventure in...

SFMoMA this summer…

Afternoon at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art... Edvard Munch Between the Clock and the Bed June 24–October 9, 2017, Floor 4 A master by the...

SFMoMA between Mario Botta and Snøhetta

Fog isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when you encounter the rippling white cliff face that now looms behind the museum’s original...

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Utopia/Dystopia: A Paradigm Shift in Art and Architecture

Utopia/Dystopia is the first “manifesto exhibition” at MAAT’s new building. Establishing a dialogue with the site-specific...

Cerith Wyn Evans’ Forms in Space…by Light (in Time)

Forms in Space…by Light (in Time) is this year's Tate Britain Commission. The artwork is made from almost...

26 Types of Drawings… or the many ‘faces’ of a line

Drawing is the art, process, the technique of representing an object, scene, or idea by...

15 Great Examples of Conceptual Architectural Models

Conceptual Models use simple techniques and light, pliable materials, conceptual models show formal and spatial...

AA Project Review 2017

Projects Review is the culmination of the year’s work at the Architectural Association, showcasing student...

Absurdism: Jacques Tati Playtime and his Complex Comedy about Modern Life

 “your film … Whatever your personality, whatever your job … you are in Playtime.” Jacques Tati’s...

The Bartlett Summer Show 2017

Over 650 students from The Bartlett School of Architecture are exhibiting an incredible range of...

Gaudí’s Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí’s masterpieces, is more than just a building, is a legend...

Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion

The Barcelona Pavilion is a work of artful simplicity that is emblematic of the modernist...

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