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A series of sculptures based the strange equivalence of architecture of financial districts across the world. The series examines the idea that today’s tallest towers are more than simply buildings: they represent a belief system that is ubiquitous throughout the […]
As part of its recent Architecture Season, Hauser & Wirth Somerset has announced the winner of The Shed Project, a competition for young architects to create a residency space for artists.
As HOME, Manchester’s new space for art, theatre and cinema, fully opens to the public, Bob Dickinson looks at its place in the city’s arts ecology, the significance of its cross-disciplinary approach to commissioning, and where it sits in the city’s wider regeneration plans and the creation of a ‘northern powerhouse’.
Details of the 15th annual pavilion at London’s Serpentine Gallery, which is this year designed by Madrid-based architects SelgasCano, reveal a polygonal structure covered in a translucent, multi-coloured fabric membrane.
Although now out of date, this report is an interesting analysis by a Clore Fellow of financial data collected by ACE.