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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.

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.

Gio Ponti Loving Architecture at Maxxi and other exhibitions open again

28-05-2020

Gio Ponti Loving Architecture at Maxxi and other exhibitions open again

Museums, foundations and galleries are finally reopening to the public following the lockdown due to the covid-19 pandemic. Their calendars have undergone some major changes, from Maxxi in Rome, where the exhibition "Gio Ponti – Loving Architecture” has reopened, to Triennale di Milano, which continues its “Decameron: stories in streaming” project. Let us look at a number of architecture-related exhibitions announced in Floornature.

New dates for the Venice Architecture Biennale, Expo Dubai and Cersaie 2020

25-05-2020

New dates for the Venice Architecture Biennale, Expo Dubai and Cersaie 2020

Biennale di Venezia’s 17th International Architecture Exhibition is the latest in a long list of international events rescheduled due to the travel restrictions and physical distancing requirements imposed to limit the spread of the covid-19 pandemic. Before the Venice event, new dates had already been announced for Expo in Dubai, originally scheduled for the autumn of 2020 but now postponed until 2021, and Cersaie, the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings in Bologna, traditionally held in September but postponed until November in 2020.

Who will be curating the 6th Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB2021?

15-05-2020

Who will be curating the 6th Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB2021?

While we’re waiting to find out what’s happening to the 17th Architecture Biennale in Venice, we can take a look at the curatorial competition for another internationally-renowned architecture event - the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB2021) - that will run from September to November 2021 in the Estonian capital.

Balkrishna Doshi Architecture for the People exhibition - Architekturzentrum Wien

13-05-2020

Balkrishna Doshi Architecture for the People exhibition - Architekturzentrum Wien

Vienna’s Architekturzentrum is one of the first cultural centres to reopen following the lockdown imposed by authorities to contain the covid19 pandemic. Architekturzentrum Wien picks up right where it left off, with the opening of the exhibition "Balkrishna Doshi - Architecture for the People", initially planned for the end of March, which never opened because of the pandemic. The exhibition focuses on the work of Balkrishna Doshi, who became the first Indian architect to receive the Pritzker Prize in 2018 and is one of the most important figures in Indian Modernism.

The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again

06-05-2020

The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again

After being closed for seven weeks in response to the legislation to limit contagion during the COVID-19 pandemic, Germany is starting to open the cultural institutions again, including the famous Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG), where visitors will be able to enjoy the exhibitions.

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