Monthly Archives: May 2011

OUTSIDE IN: The Story of Art in the Streets

via vimeo.com If you are in LA make sure to go check out Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. Curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and … Continue reading

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“Ridiculous Urbanism” – The demolition of St Philips

via vimeo.com The St Philips Building on the LSE campus is slowly being emptied of its contents. Knobs are disappearing from the doors, bookshelves lie exposed and a new light pours in from the bare windows. It would seem the … Continue reading

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Winnipeg Skating Shelters

Canada can get pretty cold in the winter, but that doesn’t stop us from getting out and appreciating the snow and ice.That said, sometimes you need a little relief from the elements. Patkau Architects designed these great bent plywood structures … Continue reading

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Page One: Inside The New York Times

via youtube.com The way in which we consume media has radically changed over the last few years. We expect content to be free and have access to an abundance of sources to get it from. However, these changes have left … Continue reading

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Anish Kapoor’s ‘Leviathan’

I am seriously debating heading over to Paris to see British sculptor, Anish Kappor’s latest sculpture, Leviathan. The 115 foot high sculpture housed in the middle of the Grand Palais des Champs-Elysees, is made from PVC stretched over a giant, … Continue reading

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Framed* – A Platform For the Digital Arts

Japanese designer Yugo Nakamura, is back with his latest creation “Framed*” Essentially, Framed* is a large form, digital picture frame that you can control from your iPhone. Although it is not an entirely original idea, what makes this interesting is … Continue reading

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The Cool School

via youtube.com For those of you who read Everything Popular is Wrong more often, you will know I am hugely interested by what was happening during the 60’s in LA’s art scene. While doing research for another publication I write … Continue reading

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