Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories”

Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories” “Mañana Inmenso”, Buenos Aires Museo 2022. Image © Gonzalo Alfaraz Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981855/mariela-ajras-i-think-of-the-city-as-a-large-canvas-loaded-with-morphological-and-historical-stories Addressing themes involving memory, oblivion and gender, the Argentinean visual artist and muralist, Mariela Ajras, displays her art on … Read more

An Elegant Home that Weaves Emotions with Works of Art | P Square Designs

A elegant residence that bundles up outright extravagant emotions and a peculiar class! A true exemplar of material exploration with intricate detailing, to sum up a minimalistic, elegant, effortless, and embellished abode. Each space vibe over its diligent workmanship and a definite look after- basically everything that this young client could have asked for his … Read more

marguerite humeau on ‘migrations’, her sculptural sea creatures at the venice art biennale

‘MIGRATIONS’ AT THE VENICE ART BIENNALE 2022 Part of ‘The Milk of Dreams’, the International Art Exhibition of the Venice Art Biennale 2022, Marguerite Humeau’s ‘Migrations’ is a new body of work made from resin, salt, bone, ocean plastic, glass and algae. The installation is composed of three sculptures named after ocean currents: El Niño, … Read more

exhibition ‘let’s get digital!’ in palazzo strozzi, florence explores the NFT art revolution

Art in the Digital World The generative power of art has long been digitized through the entrance of NTFsand more so these days with the coming of ‘Let’s Get Digital!’, a new exhibition at the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi that runs from May 18th to July 31th, 2022, featuring works by Refik Anadol, Anyma, Daniel Arsham, … Read more

Designed to Disassemble: How Architecture Informs Exhibition Design and Temporary Installations

Designed to Disassemble: How Architecture Informs Exhibition Design and Temporary Installations Design Society Shenzhen / MVRDV. Image © Zhang Chao Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981018/designed-to-disassemble-how-architecture-informs-exhibition-design-and-temporary-installations Architecture in its broadest sense concerns itself with the uprooting of structures that are permanent, cementing themselves within the greater cultural context and history of its … Read more