Tag Exhibitions

Greening the City, exhibition at the DAM in Frankfurt

13-01-2021

Greening the City, exhibition at the DAM in Frankfurt

It is evident that green plays a vital role in architecture, and we are all familiar with iconic examples of landmarks adorned with greenery. But it’s time to up the ante and think on a larger scale to make our cities greener in general. The DAM exhibition called Greening the City opens at the end of the month, and there is still time to submit green projects to be included on an interactive map.

Experiencing art online. The Tate initiatives.

05-01-2021

Experiencing art online. The Tate initiatives.

Despite Brexit, and with no need to leave home, we can enjoy the many virtual initiatives of the Tate art museums in the United Kingdom. Because the online offer of many museums, triggered by the pandemic, offers many ways of experiencing art that were unthinkable a year ago.

Exhibition and App on the theme of life with no consequences at the MK&G Hamburg

01-12-2020

Exhibition and App on the theme of life with no consequences at the MK&G Hamburg

The exhibition called School of No Consequences. Exercises for a New Life at the MK&G in Hamburg asks itself the question of what life would be without consequences, in its meaning as a sustainable life, and explores the historical models and effects on each of us individually and on society as a whole. Now there’s even an App to expand the exhibition that is still closed for in-person visits by Covid-19 restrictions.

Everything and Nothing – Architects Kaija + Heikki Siren exhibition

26-11-2020

Everything and Nothing – Architects Kaija + Heikki Siren exhibition

On the 100th anniversary of the birth of Kaija Siren, two exhibitions in Finland celebrate her work with her husband and colleague, architect Heikki Siren. The exhibition under way at Kamu Museum in Espoo is the first in Finland to offer a complete retrospective of the studio’s architecture, covering works built in various cities all over the world, from the famous Otaniemi Chapel to experimental projects in the garden city of Tapiola and the Baghdad Conference Palace. The exhibition title quotes Italian composer Luigi Nono’s comment on the Sirens’ style: Tutto e niente! This has everything and nothing!

The Design Museum inaugurates the Beazley Designs of the Year

26-10-2020

The Design Museum inaugurates the Beazley Designs of the Year

The pandemic, TikTok - the social network of the moment, Minecraft, and projects for sanitising water and making bioplastics are only a few of the themes addressed by the candidates for the Beazley Designs of the Year. The thirteenth edition of the awards promoted by the Design Museum in London began on October 21, 2020. The 74 finalists selected by a committee of international experts offer a snapshot of today’s world through the lens of design.

Isaac Julien pays tribute to Lina Bo Bardi – Un meraviglioso groviglio at Maxxi in Rome

19-10-2020

Isaac Julien pays tribute to Lina Bo Bardi – Un meraviglioso groviglio at Maxxi in Rome

"Lina Bo Bardi – Un meraviglioso groviglio" is a tribute to the Italo-Brazilian architect by British artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien. The film installation and photo series presented in the exhibition, curated by Luigia Lonardelli, are on view until 17 January 2021 at MAXXI, the National Museum of XXI Century Arts in Rome.

AT HOME 20.20 Exhibition - Projects for contemporary living at the MAXXI Museum in Rome

01-10-2020

AT HOME 20.20 Exhibition - Projects for contemporary living at the MAXXI Museum in Rome

The "AT HOME 20.20" exhibition, on at the MAXXI Museum in Rome until November 1, opened its doors to the public with a new focus that takes into account the recent pandemic experience and the manner in which the latter has changed the way we experience domestic spaces. The Museum also extended this relevant reflection on the post COVID-19 home to its first digital Casa Mondo exhibition, set up and curated by the Formafantasma studio and created exclusively for Instagram.

State of Extremes exhibition at Design Museum Holon

22-09-2020

State of Extremes exhibition at Design Museum Holon

In 2010, the inaugural exhibition at the Design Museum Holon in Israel, designed by the architect Ron Arad was The State of Things. This international exhibition showcased design as a landscape of objects. Ten years down the track, State of Extremes instead describes a world that has changed, and with it, design and the practice of design.

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