The Changing Landscape of American Retail is a photographic roadtrip initiated in 2015 by Jesse Rieser. A series that is in line with the chronicles of peri-urban American life of the one who describes himself as a "student of subtleties". Here, the artist tackles the subject of abandoned malls, abandoned in favor of a trade 2.0.
Whether they work in the city center, in a museum or in the lost ruins of a Greek island, Thomas Granseuer and Tomislav Topic, aka Quintessenz, awaken public space with their installations as well as the most bucolic landscapes. A look back at the work of these two Berlin-based artists, through their latest achievement: Kagkatikas Secret.
Organized since 2012 by the World Architecture Festival in partnership with the facade specialist Sto, the Architectural Photography Awards each year reward the most beautiful architectural photographs. And the names of the finalists for the 2018 edition have just fallen ...
Two weeks ago, Life is Beautiful was held in Las Vegas (United States), a musical, culinary and artistic festival. The opportunity for the Portuguese street artist Bordalo II to panic social networks with his work Wild wild waste, a zoo installed in an abandoned motel and whose menagerie is not made of scales or hairballs. .. but waste.
With this series of photographs commissioned by the Spanish Art Foundation ICO, the Madrid photographer Luis Asín brings to life the constructions of the architect Joaquín Vaquero Palacios: power stations representative of their era, the Fifties, and from which could emerge in anytime Sean Connery in Agent 007's costume.
East of Paris, the Château de Rentilly (77), all stainless steel and coated mirror, hosts until the 10 February 2019 the exhibition "L". For " ? Simply because the name of the artists presented begins with this letter! A literal choice that has the merit of allowing the presentation of works frac Ile-de-France not or little shown to the public, and especially never together.
Until October 14, discover the event Passages Insolites in Quebec City (Canada). A stroll through the public space composed of nine works of art, just as ephemeral as singular. Sometimes playful, sometimes introspective, these works are arranged in the heart of historical architectures to offer a current reinterpretation of the urban spaces they inhabit.
As the Burning Man artistic festival comes to an end, we take a look back at one of the proposals which, even if it was not realized, made a lot of talk this year: The blanket, by Russian architect Alexander Shtanuk. A gigantic undulating canopy made up of 3 survival blankets. An off-limits installation, just like the event.
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.
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.