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Bansky at London’s Lazinc Gallery

London’s Lazinc Gallery is bringing all of Bansky’s work all in one place for the first time. “Banksy Greatest Hits: 2002-2008” opens July 12 and runs through August 25. The exhibition will display everything from stenciled canvases, to unique paintings, to limited-edition prints and many more. The unique collection will reaffirm how relevant the anonymous artist’s ...

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Spirit of Place

Spirit of Place is a program for architecture students that over the last two decades has become one of the most influential environmental and cultural forces in reshaping the built environment while creating the archeology of tomorrow. The program has received numerous design and educational awards over the years. The Spirit of Place has recently been featured in the ...

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An Island of Art

Located in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan’s Naoshima Island is known for its many contemporary art museums. The museums and beauty of the tiny island (roughly 5.5 square miles) draw many tourists, whose visits help support the local economy. Benesse Corporation (one of the largest education companies in Japan and based in Okayama) has directed the creation and operation of the island's museums ...

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Vivid Sydney Celebrates 10 Years

Now  celebrating  its  10th  Anniversary,  Vivid  Sydney  is  the  biggest  festival  of  light,  music  and  ideas  in  the  world,  with  nine  live  sites  across the city.  The 2018 edition of this 23 day festival expects over 2 million visitors and ends on June 16. With  a  unique  blend  of  technology,  artistic  flair  and  ...

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GOING FOR GOLD at HD EXPO 2018

We celebrated our love of design, the strong state of the industry and our general joie de vivre, inviting 300 of our closest friends and colleagues to celebrate HD EXPO 2018 with a gold-themed cocktail event at LIBERTINE ...

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Shape of Light in London

London’s Tate Modern’s SHAPE OF LIGHT: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art is the first major exhibition to explore the relationship between the two, spanning the century from the 1910s to the present day. It brings to life the innovation and originality of photographers over this period ...

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SoCal’s Golden Age of Architecture

Documenting one of the most creative and influential periods in Southern California architecture, The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens this fall presents “Architects of a Golden Age: Highlights from The Huntington’s Southern California Architecture Collection.” The exhibition will be ...

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The Architecture and Planning of Secret Cities

On May 3, the National Building Museum opens Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Project. Through photos, artifacts, maps, and models, this new exhibition explores the vast, highly classified effort to produce the atomic bomb, with an emphasis on the three “secret cities” that were built to ...

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mile High Adventure That Never Was

In Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1957 book, A Testament, he presented his visionary skyscraper that was to be over one mile high. Known as The Mile High Illinois, Illinois Sky-City, or simply The Illinois … if built, it would top the list of the tallest building in the world by far, being more than four times the height of the ...

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