The exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016 explores the many ways artists who cover the world of film have created, for their part, new experiences with moving images.
A new volume demonstrating a holistic approach to art, architecture and landscaping was recently completed to expand Lillehammer Art Museum. It was designed by Snøhetta, the architectural studio that planned the museum’s first expansion, built in 1994.
The new main façade of the Cinema Alesia in Paris, recently renovated to plans by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, invites the public to go right into the image, in an immersive experience featuring today’s most advanced cinema audio and video systems.
In the famous Gran Auditorium Louis Lumière at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes, where all the movie stars congregate in May, the winners of the 27th MIPIM Awards were announced in a ceremony held on March 16.
From 12th to 18th June 2017 Milan will be playing host to Milano Arch Week, seven days of architecture-related events curated by architect Stefano Boeri. SpazioFMG will also be launching a special exhibition on Giancarlo Mazzanti as part of the Week.
The Film and Architecture series organised by Order of Architects of Parma with CSAC Parma University focusing on filmmakers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine is drawing to a conclusion. Their works, 16 films about architecture, were acquired as part of the permanent collection of MoMA in New York.
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