Tag Exhibitions

Exhibition - MVRDV Haus Berlin

08-07-2020

Exhibition - MVRDV Haus Berlin

In Berlin, where it all began, the Dutch architecture studio MVRDV presents its German work in an exhibition designed specifically for the Architektur Galerie Berlin, MVRDV Haus Berlin. Partly conceived as a “working office”, the exhibition gives some insight into the past and present German projects of the studio founded in 1992 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries.

New episode of the Houda Kassatly, 365 photographs cycle

01-07-2020

New episode of the Houda Kassatly, 365 photographs cycle

The cycle of exhibitions called Houda Kassatly, 365 photographs organized by the Alice Mogabgab art gallery in Beirut. The pandemic hasn’t stopped the third episode, called Tripoli of the Orient, Plural City, it’s just sent it online, with the photography narrative of the city of Tripoli by the first female artist-photographer in Lebanon.

Planet Netherlands: 20 years of Dutch architecture online

30-06-2020

Planet Netherlands: 20 years of Dutch architecture online

Dok Architecten, Kaan Architecten, MVRDV, Next Architects, Maurice Nio, OMA/AMO, UNStudio and Wiel Arets Architects are only a few of the Dutch architectural practices involved in Planet Netherlands, an online exhibition promoted by the Embassy and the General Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Italy through its social media profiles, put together in partnership with The Architecture Player. The projects represented include both private homes and public spaces and buildings, all involved in the search for and experimentation with new solutions for the home and the city.

Fuorisalone digital. Sustainability, circular economy and technology

17-06-2020

Fuorisalone digital. Sustainability, circular economy and technology

In this period between 15 and 21 June, we’re enjoying the very first digital Fuorisalone to spread across virtual territories, paving the way for new experimentation in design. DESIGN THROUGH is the capsule edition by Tortona Rocks representing the Tortona district in this post-Covid-19 digital version.

Architecture and Landscape in the Sony World Photography Awards 2020

17-06-2020

Architecture and Landscape in the Sony World Photography Awards 2020

The winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2020 for professional photographers in a number of categories and students were announced recently. Pablo Albarenga, the Uruguayan photographer who created "Seeds of Resistance", a body of work pairing photographs of endangered landscapes and territories with photographs of the activists who are fighting to save them, was named Photographer of the Year 2020, while Canadian photographer Sandra Herber was proclaimed winner in the Architecture category for Ice Fishing Huts, Lake Winnipeg.

Exhibition Katharina Grosse. It Wasn’t Us in Berlin

16-06-2020

Exhibition Katharina Grosse. It Wasn’t Us in Berlin

The German artist Katharina Grosse is renowned for her multi-dimensional pictorial worlds where bright colours sweep across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. She has now transformed the Historic Hall of Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, and the outdoor space behind the building, into an expansive painting which radically destabilises the architecture of this contemporary museum space.

Architecture and video games, Game On exhibition in Madrid

11-06-2020

Architecture and video games, Game On exhibition in Madrid

Game On is the first major international touring exhibition to explore the history, culture, future and potential of videogames. The exhibition curated by the Barbican Centre was first shown in London in 2002 and has since toured to over 30 countries worldwide. In Spain, it was coordinated by Fundación Canal, with a new design by Smart & Green Design.

Back to the Present, new installation at the Städel in Frankfurt

02-06-2020

Back to the Present, new installation at the Städel in Frankfurt

Almost ten years after completing its new, iconic subterranean halls, the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, Germany has reorganised its collection of contemporary art displaying works from 1945 to now. It’s a new presentation called Back to the Present - New Perspectives, New Works - The Collection from 1945 to the Present.

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