Posts Tagged ‘gallery’

Re-designing Miamis art scene

Re-designing Miamis art scene

Designing a home for some of the world’s most impressive collections of art presents a tricky task: if done right, the architecture of a gallery can re-invigorate the work within it and give the local area a new lease of life. (more…)

From the Lower East Side to the Far East

From the Lower East Side to the Far East

Installed snugly – and somewhat unexpectedly – amid Hong Kong’s glassy skyscrapers is the understated Pedder Building, one of the last remaining examples of 1920s neo-classical architecture in what has become an increasingly flash and futuristic-looking metropolis. (more…)

The communist past gets an artistic twist

The communist past gets an artistic twist

After the fall of communism, many of Hungary’s Soviet sculptures were quickly removed – ripped from their plinths and hidden away from the public eye.

When award-winning artist Liane Lang found a collection of them in a park in a suburb of Budapest, it gave her an idea to photograph them from a contemporary perspective. (more…)

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