Articles tagged Artist

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New book alert: One Artist, One Material

Amsterdam – Our newest book explores our creative relationship to the material world in a digital age where sustainability issues also impact artistic practice.

Social Housing by Metek. Photo Didier Boy De la Tour, Irina Productions, and Metek
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The city of light just got brighter with Metek’s social housing project

PARIS – Although the street-facing façade is maintained, it’s carte blanche behind it. 

Solid Concrete by ASWA. Photos Ketsiree Wongwan
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ASWA proves it’s what’s inside that counts

BANGKOK – The client, a Thai artist, preferred privacy in the lively neighbourhood and the architects delivered just that.

Fordypningsrommet Fleinvær by TYIN Tegnestue and Rintala Eggertsson Architects. Photos Pasi Aalto
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TYIN Tegnestue and Rintala Eggertsson Architects build upon the wild

FLEINVAER – Tucked away quietly in the northern-most parts of Norway, an intriguing composition of buildings sits gently atop the awe-inspiring nature of Fleinvaer island.

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Maarten Baas plays Hide & Seek with the art and design world

GRONINGEN – At the Groninger Museum, the first major exhibition by categorically evasive Dutch designer Maarten Baas reveals the mystery behind the man – without solving it.

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Artist Shinji Ohmaki expresses the fragile balance between existence and extinction

MIURA – Where They Create: Japan by photographer Paul Barbera offers insight into the working processes of the most creative minds in Japan. Here, we meet artist Shinji Ohmaki.

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Artist Satorua Aoyama stretches the limits of expression through embroidery

TOKYO – Where They Create: Japan, photographer Paul Barbera's new book, invites readers inside the studios of Japanese creatives. Here, we meet embroidery artist Satorua Aoyama.

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Anjali Srinivasan marries past and present in her work

Mindful of her Indian heritage, a glass-maker in Dubai marries past and present in her work.

Copyright Isabelle Arthuis
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Chiharu Shiota weaves infinite stories in her site-specific installations

The desire to draw in the air led Chiharu Shiota to use yarn – usually red and black – in her large-scale installation works.

Wooden interiors give the linear design an intimate feel.
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Davidson Rafailidis makes space for affectionate functionality

BUFFALO – Responding to their client’s wish to share one building but maintain separate work environments, the US-based architects created a studio with distinct materialities and atmospheres. 

Artist brings New York's Guggenheim to Colombia to make a statement.
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Victor Enrich depicts cultural contradictions faced by South America's youth

RAFAEL URIBE URIBE – Catalan artist Victor Enrich has created an image series which combines his finesse in photography and 3D rendering. 

The industrial space for contemporary art hosts a follow up of Philippe Parreno's New York show, Hypothesis.
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Philippe Parreno turns Milan's HangarBiccoca into a cinematic production of shadows

MILAN – Upon entering Milan's HangarBicocca, visitors are immersed into an orchestrated sound and light experience.

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