during our stroll in nolita… see what we spotted outside the new museum! ok, i know… obviously this is totally not a news news (yes i repeated it twice). the exhibition ‘extreme measure‘ by american artist chris burden was on view between 10/02/2013 – 01/12/2014. blame to the weather, we haven’t visit new york city for like ages, maybe four months, or as long as that brutal winter was! although we missed the exhibition, good news is the […]
all images courtesy of groupwork part of ‘The Other Hemisphere‘ exhibition this year, the project team includes Melbourne architect Murray Barker, artist Esther Stewart and Groupwork director and interior architect Sarah Trotter. the result is collection of objects that are exceptionally easy to install, to use and to modify. beyond the aesthetic achievement (which is absolutely stunning in its minimal expression), some thoughtful sustainable aspect are worth to mention: ” materials all have been reclaimed for this prototype, with brass salvaged from yards, […]
the site specific exhibition by james turrell at guggenheim museum is absolutely something you don’t want to miss this summer! the exhibition includes the Aten Reign at the core of the rotunda, and some of his early works include my favorite “Afrum” – the way light designed create a perception of floating, glowing cube in the corner, and the at least an hour wait-line for “iltar (1976)”, a dark room with a gray rectangle on the wall that intentionally […]
wait in super long line became the biggest trend in nyc these days. from cronuts to…rain room. there were couple moments we were about to quit. come on, stand under the super bright sun with no shade and almost zero breeze — just to be able to see the rain? don’t we have enough rain this summer? but for some reason, we managed to stay without fainting. (let’s talk about the heat wave in nyc […]
[all photos credit: Alberto Sinigaglia ] design a temporary summer pavilion at PS1 has became one of the most anticipated annual events among the young architects. besides the winning proposal will be realized on site (oppose to many other design competitions that only left us fancy renderings to imagine), when it comes to music, architecture, and exhibition programs all together — you know it is guaranteed to be a unique experience for music fans, artists, and anyone […]
a very interesting exhibition on view right now in MoMA nyc through march 25, 2013. this mies wallpaper by 2X4 is our most favorite project among rest of the great works from artists, photographers and designers. Divided into nine sections, plus a special performance piece by Andrés Jaque Arquitectos (at MoMA PS1 on September 16 and 23), the exhibition presents a variety of critiques, from radicalism, institutional critique, and iconoclasm, to the blurring of social borders and the examination of public space. – […]
[ all images courtesy late ] i’ve been thinking about posting projects by polish architects late, especially since i watched the documentary “exit through the gift shop“… things related to the wall-art subject ( you have to check out architect’s website to find out what i am talking about! ). then i spotted this installation by late is on view in Kazimierz called “_AFxTT”… perfect introduction to who haven’t heard about late.
when i was going through some old pictures yesterday, found bunch interesting shots i( or j ) took when we went to see a exhibition called “Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling” at MoMA new york, back to july, 2008. the installations included : cellophane house, burst*008, system 3, housing for new orleans, and micro compact home.