Berlin is a city that wears its tumultuous history. Amidst the remnants of the Berlin Wall and the echoes of a divided past, a new form of artistic expression has emerged, transforming the city's walls and streets into sprawling canvases. Graffiti and urban art have become integral to Berlin's identity, representing its resilience, creativity, and...
“Architecture must have something that appeals to the human heart. Creative work is expressed in our time as a union of technology and humanity “– Ar. Kenzo Tange
We only ever experience most things as mediated through a screen, from a safe distance and via propagandistic imagery that exists to serve a narrative. Images unironically generated on Midjourney.
San Francisco architect John Marx, AIA, recently published Études, a book of his poetry and watercolors. It was recently awarded the James Gates Percival International Prize for Literature.
Études: The Poetry of Dreams + Other Fragments
Russian artist Gregory Orekhov reinterprets the “Black Square” in a site-specific sculpture for Malevich Park. Gregory Orekhov is a Russian artist, currently immersed in the process of creating contemporary sculpture made with stainless steel. Throughout the past decade, Orekhov has successfully completed multiple projects in Russia and abroad, usi...
Moscow Region, Russia
The Mexican architecture firm Workshop Diseño y Construcción led by Francisco Bernés and Fabián Gutiérrez has designed Filux Lab an artistic space located in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.
Project description by the architect:
Filux Lab is the new art laboratory of the "International Festival of Lig...