As the commercial art world in America rides a boom unlike any it has ever experienced, another kind of art world growing rapidly in its shadows is beginning to assert itself. And art institutions around the country are grappling with how to bring it within museum walls and make the case that it can be appreciated along with paintings, sculpture and other more tangible works. — nytimes.com
Inspiring, educational, innovative and informative: these museum designs are world class. — Frame Magazine
‘Smooth, crystalline surfaces reflect the incoming light in varied ways, thus creating permanent optical changes throughout the day’ EYE Film Institute in Amsterdam, Delugan Meissl Associated Architects / Text by Lydia Parafianowicz ‘Its architectural form cuts a skyline...
Being a successful collector or dealer does not qualify one to make substantial decisions towards our collective cultural patrimony. — art&education
art&education publishes an excellent paper by Nizan Shaked. As the title suggests, it discusses and exposes the forces and conditions behind this billion dollar industry that created by power brokers and billionaire businessman and their art advisers, museum directors and...
Earlier this year we reported on the opening of the stunning Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida... We recently sat down with principal architect and Senior Vice President of HOK Yann Weymouth who enlightened us on the intricacies of the design, and what it took to get the museum built. — Inhabitat
Institutions including SFMOMA, the Whitney, the Barnes Foundation and MoMA plan various additions and exits, a boom for contemporary architects but a bust for architectural history. — latimes.com
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