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SomeOne creates branding for new “pro-working” space Fora

Favorite The London-based workspace chain aims to distinguish itself through “hotel-style hospitality” and being free from interruptions such as “people larking about or playing table tennis”. By Joe Zadeh June 22, 2017 3:48 pmJune 23, 2017 1:21 pm Design studio SomeOne has designed the visual identity for new London-based shared…

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SomeOne creates branding for new “pro-working” space Fora

Favorite The London-based workspace chain aims to distinguish itself through “hotel-style hospitality” and being free from interruptions such as “people larking about or playing table tennis”. By Joe Zadeh June 22, 2017 3:48 pmJune 23, 2017 1:21 pm Design studio SomeOne has designed the visual identity for new London-based shared…

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Darren Bader at Greenspon

Favorite Artist: Darren Bader Venue: Greenspon, New York Exhibition Title: Forest/Trees Date: May 16 – July 21, 2017 Click here to view slideshow [embedded content] Full gallery of video, images, press release and link available after the jump. Video: [embedded content] documentation of Darren Bader, Forest/Trees at Greenspon, 2017 Images: Images and…

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SomeOne creates branding for new “pro-working” space Fora

The London-based workspace chain aims to distinguish itself through “hotel-style hospitality” and being free from interruptions such as “people larking about or playing table tennis”. The post SomeOne creates branding ... Read More

SomeOne creates branding for new “pro-working” space Fora

The London-based workspace chain aims to distinguish itself through “hotel-style hospitality” and being free from interruptions such as “people larking about or playing table tennis”. The post SomeOne creates branding ... Read More

Julia Peyton-Jones to join Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Julia Peyton-Jones, who stepped down as the director of Londons Serpentine Galleries last year after 25 years in the post, is joining Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Mayfair as senior global ... Read More

Art Gallery of Ontario goes from zero to number two with Diane Arbus acquisition

With its acquisition announced today of 522 prints by Diane Arbus, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto has become the second biggest holder of her work in the world ... Read More

mCycle is a “Deliveroo for tampons” that turns sanitary products into compost

Aiming to change our attitudes towards menstruation, Central Saint Martins graduate Kaye Toland has developed a tampon delivery system that transforms sanitary products into compost. Toland, a graduate of Central ... Read More

With ‘Le Cube,’ a $98 Million Museum Project Brings Contemporary Art to Nantes

The new Musée d’arts de Nantes has seriously upped the ante. The post With ‘Le Cube,’ a $98 Million Museum Project Brings Contemporary Art to Nantes appeared first on artnet ... Read More

A Venerable Agency Guarding Paris’s Photographic Heritage May Be Shut Down

Does culture have to be profitable? The post A Venerable Agency Guarding Paris’s Photographic Heritage May Be Shut Down appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Renzo Piano’s Centro Botín Opens in Santander, Triumphing Over Controversies and Delays

After a three-year delay, the stunning private museum is finally open. But can its program match the architecture? The post Renzo Piano’s Centro Botín Opens in Santander, Triumphing Over Controversies ... Read More

Art Industry News: New Dr. Seuss Museum Conveniently Leaves Out the Racist Stuff + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, the problems with conserving art that uses food and a look inside the planned US Olympic Museum. The post Art Industry News: New Dr. Seuss Museum Conveniently Leaves Out ... Read More

The Albright-Knox Gallery Goes Underground With $155 Million Subterranean Expansion Scheme

The preliminary designs may also be the first to take into account the potential effects of self-driving cars on architecture. The post The Albright-Knox Gallery Goes Underground With $155 Million ... Read More

These Intrepid Art Handlers Had to Deliver Kara Walker’s Sugar Sphinx Up a Greek Mountain

It took planes, boats, and automobiles to transport Kara Walker's "Figa" from a Long Island warehouse to a Greek slaughterhouse. The post These Intrepid Art Handlers Had to Deliver Kara ... Read More

Win McCarthy at Silberkuppe, Berlin

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Read More ... Read More

Toronto Japanese Fest 2017 Review: HER LOVE BOILS BATHWATER

Futaba (Miyazawa Rie), a strict, but caring single mother, has an awakening when she is told she has an aggressive and terminal cancer that cannot be treated. With only a ... Read More

Exhibition exploring fictional world of Downton Abbey opens

Mather & Co has designed the exhibition, which is set to take a world tour, and incorporated holographic and audio visual technology to create an interactive visitor experience. The post ... Read More

Bonnie Prince Charlie’s road to Rome

An array of 300 objects from 44 lenders go on show in the exhibition Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites, opening today at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh ... Read More

Shepard Fairey talks street art in Sydney—and reveals which word he would have put on a Hillary poster

Shepard Fairey and his team of three assistants were in central Sydney this month, painting Faireys biggest ever mural on an office block wall, when a passer-by approached the Los ... Read More

Competition: win a book exploring home extensions, renovations and refurbishments

Dezeen is giving away five copies of Upgrade: Home Extensions, Alterations and Refurbishments, a book exploring architectural and design concepts that repurpose and reinforce existing structures. Through extensions, refurbishments or ... Read More

How ‘Amélie’ Star Audrey Tautou Channeled Hollywood Fame Into Fanciful Self-Portraits

The actress plays both subject and artist in an upcoming exhibition in Arles, France. The post How ‘Amélie’ Star Audrey Tautou Channeled Hollywood Fame Into Fanciful Self-Portraits appeared first on ... Read More

Art Industry News: Does Loving Yayoi Kusama’s Art Make You a Narcissist? + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Christie's gets sued over a David Hammons work and Jackie Kennedy’s Cartier watch sells for nearly $380K. The post Art Industry News: Does Loving Yayoi Kusama’s Art Make You ... Read More

Artist Peter Joseph Reimagines the English Countryside in New Show at Lisson Gallery

In this new video, the artist talks about his methodical painting practice, and the rural landscape that inspires his new work. The post Artist Peter Joseph Reimagines the English Countryside ... Read More

Ex-Comedian Michael Portnoy on How Performance Art Can Exorcise Your Alt-Right Demons

The irreverent artist discusses his trailblazing brand of "extreme participation" and the political power of satire. The post Ex-Comedian Michael Portnoy on How Performance Art Can Exorcise Your Alt-Right Demons ... Read More

Why Is a Parrot Living in the Guggenheim Museum?

Pinkie has a specially curated selection of "non-objective" films to watch in the rotunda, and will be leading "birds-eye tours" around the collection. The post Why Is a Parrot Living ... Read More

Did a Loose-Lipped British DJ Just Accidentally Reveal Banksy’s True Identity?

In a podcast interview, musician and DJ Goldie may have accidentally revealed the identity of the anonymous street artist. The post Did a Loose-Lipped British DJ Just Accidentally Reveal Banksy’s ... Read More

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery Now Represents Estate of Hannelore Baron

Today, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery announced that going forward, it will represent the estate of Hannelore Baron, the American artist who is best known for her work in the realms of ... Read More

What The Film Festival 2017: A Japanese EVIL DEAD Remake, A Gorilla in Sunglasses And Cats Making CARRIE

Hey, Toronto. If you are in the mood to have your mind blown without the aid of recreational pharmaceuticals this Saturday then you will want to check out the What ... Read More

Southbank Centre reveals first rebrand in 10 years, inspired by Brutalism

The London-based culture and art hub, which is composed of four venues, has been given a new visual identity by studio North, dropping the Wolff Olins branding designed in 2007 ... Read More

Lysenko, Savitsky, and Preserving the Soviet Avant-Garde

Forty years ago, near the dusty shores of the retreating Aral Sea, Communist Party officials visited the Museum of Igor Savitsky. Savitsky, affectionately called “Junkman” by his friends and associates, ... Read More
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