22.06.17  Anish Kapoor: Destierro

British artist Anish Kapoor, owner of Vantablack's patent, the world's blackest pigment, continues to explore the world of color in a monumental exhibition at the PAyS Museum in the Parque de la Memoría in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Entitled Destierro - translate "déterre" -, it marks the first solo show of the plastic artist in this country.

14.06.17  Susanna Fritscher: Just air, light, and time

The Patio of the Museum of Art of Nantes (44), one of the centerpieces of the establishment, will welcome Susanna Fritscher, for its reopening on 23 next June, after 6 years of renovation and extension works. The Austrian artist appropriates this space by presenting the exhibition "Nothing but air, light, and time".

09.06.17  Doug Aitken: The Garden

Who has never dreamed of expressing his rage by destroying everything around him? It is on this feeling of frustration that Californian artist Doug Aitken developed The Garden, the latest work of his triptych Land Art.

23.05.17  Edoardo Tresoldi: Archetipo

At the request of the royal family of Abu Dhabi, the Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi, in collaboration with the studio DesignLab Experience, realizes Archetipo, a collection of architectural elements made from metal wires.

18.05.17  Beomsik Won: ArchiSculpture Photo Project

Designer buildings without architect, collages assembly in three dimensions without sculptor and amateur photographer, Korean Won Beomsik is a singular artist. His field: the manipulation of photographs to create dreamlike and surreal architectures ArchiSculpture Photo Project.

31.03.17  Ian Strange Shadow

Multidisciplinary artist, Ian Strange explores and questions the universal notion of home through his work. His latest exhibition, Shadow, presented as part of Sydney's Art Month is his first appearance in his homeland, Australia, in the residential neighborhood of his childhood in Perth.

23.03.17  Snarkitecture: The Beach

On the occasion of its 20 years, colette invests the prestigious Museum of Decorative Arts until March 25. In the image of freshness and originality of the items offered for sale in 213 rue Saint-Honoré in Paris (1er), the shop offers visitors here to return to childhood with a giant ball pool. A facility to practice without restriction of age!

22.03.17  Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY: Under Magnitude

The French architect Marc Fornes, based in New York and founder of THEVERYMANY agency has delivered Magnitude Under a suspended structure installed in the atrium of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando (USA). As usual, he made an organic sculpture whose design is based entirely on computers.

07.03.17  Natalie Christensen: The Deconstructed Self

Along the streets of Santa Fe, New Mexico, psychotherapist and photographer Natalie Christensen, questioned everyday architecture of the highway to detect the extraordinary.