04.09.18 Alexander Shtanuk: The Blanket

As the Burning Man Artistic Festival ends, return to one of the proposals that, even though it has not been made, has been much talked about this year: The blanket, by the Russian architect Alexander Shtanuk. A gigantic rippling canopy made of 3 350 survival blankets. An installation out of limit, like the event.

29.08.18 All Arquitectura: Sports field

Here is a sports field that brings color, literally and figuratively, in one of the most deprived areas of the Mexican capital: Valle de Chalco. Designed by the local agency All Arquitectura, in partnership with the NGO Love.fútbol, ​​this project represents much more than a playground, it is a unifying place of social link.

28.08.18 Massimo Colonna: (No) Gravità

In his (Non) Gravità series, the Italian digital artist Massimo Colonna transports us into a universe where the 3D not only represents but transcends reality, plays with it, as much as it plays with the laws of gravity.

22.08.18 Snarkitecture: Bounce

After returning childhood visitors to the Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris (1er) last year with a giant ball pool, the New York design studio Snarkitecture recidivism. He even sees this time even bigger, with the creation of a playground in Hong Kong filled with several hundred huge plastic balls.

25.07.18 Alexis Christodoulou: Imagined Architectural Spaces

In just a few years, Instagram, a mobile application for photo relay, has become a place of creation in its own right. Artists then began to create works specifically for this 2.0 medium in square format, like the South African Alexis Christodoulou and his series of images 3D "Imagined Architectural Spaces".

24.07.18 Johann Le Guillerm: The Transumante

As part of the Paris L'Eté Festival, and in partnership with the Museum of Modern Art and the Palais de Tokyo, Johann Le Guillerm, artist from the circus (balancing artist, inventor and manipulator of objects) has revived during 6 hours to a creature of wood, La Transumante, installed for the occasion in the courtyard of the Palais Galliera, the time of a summer evening: Monday 16 July 2018.

20.07.18 Stephan Zirwes: Swimming pools

After having long been reserved for the military domain, the drone now enters the field of art. A new point of view on the world is then offered to us and photographers such as Stephan Zirwes who immortalises swimming pools with surprising shapes, as the user never sees them.

17.07.18 Sinziana Velicescu: Casual Time Travel

Photographing what you do not look for is the focus of Sinziana Vilicescu's work! His series On the Periphery explores the streets of Los Angeles California (United States) and captures details framed with style. With the graphic architectures from which she draws the portrait, the collection highlights what escapes us.

16.07.18 Event: A summer at Le Havre 2018

After a successful first edition in 2017, Le Havre (76) offers a second season to its summer event: A summer in Le Havre. An artistic odyssey imagined by the all-rounder Jean Blaise, to whom we owe in particular the urban festivals of the Nuit Blanche in Paris (75) and the Voyage à Nantes (44). A journey full of surprises to discover until September 23 throughout the Norman city.

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