Setúbal in Portugal | Photo by André Sanano / Unsplash

 

Design Thinking

 


Who was Irene Sharaff, the legend whose name graces this prestigious award? She was a Broadway costume designer. Elegance and an attention to detail were the trademarks of Sharaff. She


It’s a prefab vision, but the exhibition seems to be arguing for a Fluxcity vision. that allows a single module to form into clusters, communities and hives. The concept leans


An electronic musicians give examples of how the Internet has changed the way sounds are produced.


JEAN-GUY LECAT ON BUILDING THEATRE TODAY: "The difference between a true space and one that is not lies in the criteria that favours or disfavours life. That which favours this


TFANA will host a series of free public discussions about how theatrical design can support art.


HR-Stamenov's The Phenomenon of W24°58'59,43″ N42°07'55,29″ is very much a site-specific, media, sound and light installation. This time, he toys with the image of a ghost metro train which has


"The situation" is purely experiential, engaging viewers immediately in real time and space to implore a questioning of the art experience, and experience itself. If "This situation" is not a


Of particular interest would the November 9, Open Space Forum, which organizers say "will explore several key factors in the development of contemporary culture that we consider important. They are:


In "Wonderlust," Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson's work pushes the boundaries of photography by incorporating burning, scratching, gouging and glitter into her practice. These effects, she believes, "make visible the


This conference, "Ephemeral and Permanent," focuses on the interrelations of the visual arts and the dramatic arts in Rome broadly between 1300 and 1700. In this context, scenography and pageantry


The works in The Future That Was exhibitions in New York and Manila are reflections upon the structures and ideas that produce, frame and promote art and design. Philippine artist


Ashley Bickerton (b. 1959, Barbados, West Indies) graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 1982 and continued his education in the Independent Studies Program (ISP) at the Whitney

Shohreh Mehran, Untitled, from Defaced series, 2012, Oil on canvas, 100 x 150 cm

These paintings are based on studies of the gestures of resistance and defiance. They are permanent records of the ‘faceless’ individuals who find themselves on the wrong side of the

Still from Jimmy Ong's video work

The Elo Progo exhibition centers on Ong’s first public showing of video works, which were inspired by the rituals of water meditation and informed by themes of gender fluidity and



Architecture


It's a prefab vision, but the exhibition seems to be arguing for a Fluxcity vision. that allows a single module to form into clusters, communities and hives. The concept leans


This conference, "Ephemeral and Permanent," focuses on the interrelations of the visual arts and the dramatic arts in Rome broadly between 1300 and 1700. In this context, scenography and pageantry

Maurice Goldberg, Streamlined Railway Train, ca. 1930-1933 | Image courtesy of the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation / Harry Ransom Center

"I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America" explores the career of American stage and industrial designer, futurist and urban planner Norman Bel Geddes (1893-1958). The exhibition opens