Greystone: Tools for Understanding the City
From 12 October 2017 until 4 March 2018 at CCA, Montreal, Canada.
The art it has brought
Escapist Machine Go Go Smooth Operation!
From the Outside In
The obscure ways of Rosemarie Trockel The contrariness of Rosemarie Trockel is intrinsic to her artistic career; both in regard to her work and the path she has taken. And […]
World Class Ideas
Necessity breeds knowledge ‘Design with the Other 90 Percent: CITIES’ is a mighty exhibition, currently staged by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. And it is high […]
Constructing another life Perhaps we all harbour a desire to rebuild our own reality, to rejig the past and create a whole new history, in absolute essence. At least that’s […]
The Poles attract
Fantasy at the essence of Polish art A timely and worthy endeavour by the Bozar in Brussels, the exhibition ‘The Power of Fantasy: Modern and Contemporary Art From Poland’ delves […]
The Lowdown on Gillick and Weiner Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner have collaborated for the very first time, realising a project they conjured-up some five years ago. the two characterful […]
On Chiharu Shiota Possessing an overtly Japanese essence, interwoven with the distinct influence of the artist marina abramović, Chiharu Shiota makes work that is at once profound and complex. Shiota […]
The De Lucchis: a Story with a Beard Aside from the facial hair, designer & architect Michele De Lucchi and his twin, chemist & painter, Ottorino, have spent a lifetime […]
Small Scale, Big Change A new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York imagines a new role for architects, at once more modest and yet more […]
Jerszy Seymour & Hella Jongerius With clients that have ranged from Hermès to HEMA, gallery projects across the world and a retrospective exhibition and book imminent, Jerszy Seymour talks to […]
Like Father Like Son
Gijs and Aldo Bakker in Hyères At the opening of the 5th Design Parade in Hyères, Gijs Bakker – designer, teacher and co-founder of Droog Design – was confronted by […]
Sign, Stretch & Solve
MIND-SETS of Ineke Hans MIND-SETS is the latest exhibition and book by designer Ineke Hans. Mixing personal items with those selected from three local museums in her Dutch base of […]
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?
Unexpected Guests. Yesterday’s homes, today’s design. Inertia doesn’t make for terribly attractive decoration, and just a flying visit to four of Milan’s historic design houses tells you that was never part of […]