Amsterdam-based artist Carolien Wissing’s architectural paintings feature sober, color palettes of abandoned buildings. Wissing “finds beauty in the urban
Thirty years of papers, models, sketches and other material from the work files of world-renowned architect Frank Gehry have been acquired by The Getty Research Institute, part purchase and part gift. If you live in Toronto, you’ve seen the Canadian-born, LA-based architect’s work, notably in his renovation of […]
KANVA, the Montreal firm behind this innovative public installation, has just been awarded the 2015 Emerging Architectural Practice Award by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
I’ve posted about Spanish photographer Alfonso Batalla before. He’s one of my all-time favorites, and these Superstructure works are as fascinating as his previous series.
Contemporary artist James Olley paints the familiar urban and suburban spaces that showcase architectural forms common in North American society. He uses oil, acrylic and pencil crayon on board or canvas. Olley is on exhibit at a survey of Master of Fine Arts internship award recipients at University […]
The Havana-based art collective Los Carpinteros (The Carpenters) has created some of the most important work to emerge from Cuba in the past decade. The duo merges architecture, design, and sculpture in unexpected and often humorous ways, as in these examples of their work. Los Carpinteros website, here. […]