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What began as architects Catherine Johnson and Rebecca Rudolph’s provocative response to the question “What is architecture?” became the ethos of the duo’s collaboration: “It is design, bitches” was their answer.
The Cuban art duo Los Carpinteros (“The Carpenters”) opened an exhibition of new work titled "Irreversible." It should be called "Irreverent."
Daniel Libeskind and Marina Abramovíc have a surprisingly personal discussion about their favorite movies with author and film scholar Antonio Monda.
A roundup of art that referenced architecture, urbanism, and ideas about the built environment at Frieze and other New York art fairs and related events.
New York architect Steven Learner founded the Collective.1 Design Fair. The event debuts May 8-11.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York announced today that it has commissioned Diller Scofidio + Renfro to plan an expasion into the former site of the American Folk Art Museum. Last month, MoMA stated its intention to raze Folk Art Museum building, an acclaimed design by Tod Williams Billie Tsien that was completed in 2001. The announcement leaves the fate of the building in question, but opens the possibility that it could be spared.
Curator of the art program on the High Line in New York, Alemani also organizes Frieze Projects, a series of installations, talks, and other presentations alongside the the Frieze Art Fair. Held in a snaking tent designed by SO—IL, this year's New York edition of the fair runs May 10-13.
British architect, journalist, and cyclist Peter Murray has embarked on a bike ride from Portland, Oregon, to Portland Place in London. Along the way, he is filing updates about his progress for Architectural Record.
Read our preview of the new PBS documentary and then cast your vote for the building that has had the most influence on life in the United States.