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Arts + Culture
An exhibit that explores labor-intensive art opens at Portland’s Museum of Contemporary Craft
As part of a month-long architecture festival, an exhibition gives the City by the Bay a progressive facelift
Hammering continues and excitement builds as the Biennale’s opening draws near.
The rapid growth of the country’s design industries is the focus of a new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
A walkthrough the giardini before next week’s opening of the 2008 Architecture Biennale.
A celebrity-filled fundraising event that’s not rubbish.
An exhibition at Boston’s ICA presents the shiny, curvy work of Anish Kapoor.
Design activism takes center stage in Denver.
An exhibit on George Maciunas casts attention on a historical experiment in housing.
1% Water, a new exhibition at Z33 gallery in Hasselt, Belgium is using art and design to take a critical look at water usage (and possible remedies) throughout the world. While 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by this most abundant fluid, only the titular one percent is available for use. But as this exhibit and the 2008…
Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist on June 13, 2008 at the Van Alen Institute. Photo by Patrick Hannaway, Courtesy of Van Alen Institute. Switzerland’s Hans Ulrich Obrist may well be the curators’ curator. In the past fifteen years, he has organized over 150 global exhibitions, collaborating with countless figureheads such as Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, Danish installation artist Olafur…
A new film on Herzog & de Meuron’s Olympic architecture has its New York premiere.
A museum expansion in Amsterdam showcases the role of the architectural model.
An architect transforms a city street into a glowing outdoor museum.
It’s time for a road trip with the Center for Land Use Interpretation. Don’t forget to pack the Purell.
A collaborative arts event proves that creativity can come without a cost.
An architectural exhibition in San Jose turns the urban experience on its head.
WORK Architecture Company unveils its urban oasis at P.S. 1.
A new happening at the New York design shop Kiosk asks for your tired, your poor, your huddled plastic bags.