Between the art and Instagram social network, there is Accidentally Wes Anderson, an account compiling photographs from multiple sources, all more atypical than the others, which we do not know if they belong to the dream or the reality.
The American choreographer Jacob Jonas combines dance, photography and architecture in a unique project: #CamerasandDancers, a virtual exhibition in which several snapshots are posted each month on Instagram, where bodies weave in strong architectural environments. The opportunity to educate users of the social network to art, in its plural definition.
Trained in architecture and design, the American Eric Randall Morris quickly discovered another passion: photography. An artistic practice that connects with his first love in his series An American Hyperreality, where homes typical of the United States are transformed into whimsical works.
All to your specialized bookstores, a new magazine dedicated to the landscape has just come out of the ground: Paysageur. At a time when the paper press lives dark hours, this publication blows a breath of fresh air on a sector undermined.
"The current architecture [...] drops the palates. This is a sign of the times, "said Le Corbusier. If he saw the future in collective and affordable housing, Kader Attia made this principle a spectacular exhibition to discover the MAC VAL Vitry-sur-Seine (94). Between politics and poetry, the visual artist questions the effects of postcolonialism and the place of this culture in French history, through large suburban ensembles. Uplifting.
Installed at Abattoirs Museum-FRAC Occitanie Toulouse as part of the exhibition "100 possible challenges", The Cube is a work that is both simple and complex. Based on the concept of anamorphosis, the installation plays with the illusions of optics and pushes the spectators to interact with it, in order to understand the mechanism.
More than 50 years after its completion, the Habitat 67 Canadian Housing Complex continues to fascinate; especially the photographer James Brittain who captures the 365 prefabricated concrete units composing the work conceived in the 1960 years by the architect Moshe Safdi. Beyond the impressive ensemble, it is the daily life of its hundreds of inhabitants that one discovers here.
A neuroscientist and photographer, Al Mefer's profile is as atypical as his series. His latest, Alien Architecture, features the skyscrapers of Benidorm (Spain) and integrates them into post-apocalyptic settings, worthy of science fiction novels by HGWells.
What color has the time? On the occasion of the inauguration of the Museum of Art and Design Toyama (Japan), the architect Emmanuelle Moureaux responds to this funny question by an immersive installation made of numbers in brightly colored paper. A complex work in which one gets lost, both physically and mentally.
Reinventing a landscape seen and reviewed? That was the mission of the Australian photographer Kate Ballis. She who knows the city of Palm Spring (USA) as her pocket had indeed tired of capturing the same horizons, day after day ... A boredom quickly transformed into a source of inspiration, and which results the series Infra Realism, all in pink.