The opening of the latest French biennale is the occasion to make a point on the meanings and the contradictions of an increasingly widespread format.
The exhibition “Specific Objects” showcases the ceramic pieces of the Dutch minimalist maestro in a scenography designed by Aldo Bakker.
The future of fashion is green, for the US brand, which is investing in the circular economy. This includes a bike-sharing service, for the moment available in Portland only.
On receiving the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement, Jimmie Durham sang a hymn composed of many different languages: happy and heart-wrenching, paradoxical and poetic, just like his work has always been.
They could be transformed to produce sustainable energy, purifying the environment.
The founder of Bangkok Project Studio has been named the second recipient of the Royal Academy of Art's prize for emerging architect of the year.
A highly anticipated documentary on the legend of Andrea Palladio, directed by Giacomo Gatti, is to be screened in 70 countries worldwide.
Curated by Catherine Wood and in collaboration with the choreographer Rosalie Wahlfrid, the Argentine artist stages Carousel de Crystal at the OGR in Turin and at Ospedaletto in Venice.
The consequences of climate change. London and Paris. How nature adapts to the city. The Furniture Fair. Browse the gallery and discover the contents of the May issue.
Three new versions review the 1957 font, even adapting it to small digital screens.