The first exhibition of James Turrell in Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, since 1980, focuses on the artist’s groundbreaking explorations of perception, light, color and space. Rendering of installation for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2012. Artificial and natural light. Rendering created by Andreas Tjeldflaat
Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects, in Changsha, China, consisting of the Grand Theatre, the Museum and the Small Theatre (Multipurpose Hall).
Piraeus Antiquities Museum by French-Californian practice Sériès et Sériès, for the international architectural competition in Piraeus, Greece.
A proposition for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Buenos Aires by American MA2 architects. The museum inspired by flowing water, is multilayer a building, composed of radiant volumes and panels that create a dynamic fluxion of surfaces and lines.
This proposal created by BIG architects, Danish firm, is one of three shortlisted submissions for the St. Petersburg Pier International design competition, in Florida. The masterplan will organize and harmonize a variety of individual events along a network of paths, merging to form the iconic Pier structure which will gradually flow into the waters of Tampa bay.
The Tate Modern presents the installation ‘Film’ by England-born and Berlin-based filmmaker Tacita Dean. Part of the Unilever Series an annual artistic commission which invites an artist to fill the Museum’s turbine hall– ‘Film’ is the twelfth installation of its kind and the first film project in the history of the Unilever Series.