'Arquitecturas de aire' by Javier Bravo.

Exhibition Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos [Burgos] Spain. 10.07>20.09.2015.
Exhibitions, Photography
The exhibition 'Arquitecturas de aire' takes place at CAB of Burgos between July 10th and September 20th. The cover of glass and steel by Norman Foster for the central courtyard of the British Museum in London or the reddish concrete cube by Saénz de Oiza in Alzuza are some of the focus of this exhibition by photographer Javier Bravo, where they are presented in large format.

'Arquitecturas de aire' gives expression to the loneliness that man perceives when he enters into spaces conceived as a magnificent whole, designed and executed by men but where human beings become secondary characters.

Photographer Javier Bravo, as he himself states, is intended to "give back prominence to human beings, who...


7 Reinterpretations of Jacobsen's Series 7™ chair.

Exhibition. By Fritz Hansen.
Fritz Hansen invited 7 'cool' architects to reinterpret its best-selling chair, with over 5 million copies, Arne Jacobsen's model 3107 chair, more known as Series 7™ chair, in its 60th anniversary. They will be in an exhibition which will travel around the world.

Jacobsen did not design this chair for a specific project, like he did with another of his famous chair, which has allowed to reinterpret and adapt it at different times. This chair gained its fame thanks to a protrait by Lewis Morley to the model Christine Keele.

The invited architects by Fritz Hansen for these reinterpretations have been...


The beach in National Building Museum, by Snarkitecture

[Washington DC] US. 04.07>07.09.2015
metalocus, ÁNGEL BLANCO.
Design, Exhibitions
Snarkitecture’s The Beach is a giant pit of a million plastic balls has taken over the National Building Museum in Washington DC, creating a synthetic seaside inside the 19th-century building’s Great Hall, which rises 159 feet (48 metres) and is supported by eight colossal Corinthian columns, in the National Building Museum.

The Beach, designed by New York-based practice Snarkitecture, spreads across a 10,000sqft (929sqm)space in the former US Pension Bureau HQ –the National Building Museum was conceived by US army officer and architect Montgomery C Meigs. A walled mirror gives the impression of an endless ‘ocean’ while a 50ft (15 metre) wide...


AMO designed 90s-style Nightclub in Paris for Miu Miu

[PAR] France.
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA.
Architecture, Exhibitions
Celebrating the 2016 Croisière collection and the introduction of the first house fragrance, Miu Miu opened the Miu Miu Club, a one-night-only intervention in the Palais d’Iéna in Paris, designed in 1937 by Auguste Perret.

The Miu Miu Club, a pop-up event by Prada and AMO, hosted a dinner, fashion show and several musical acts at the official CESE government offices in Paris on Saturday, July 4th. The show was inspired by the rich tradition and dark evocation...


'Virtual control - security and the urban imagination' by Max Colson.

Exhibition at RIBA. [London] UK. 09/07 > 25/08/2015
Architecture, Art, Exhibitions
Next July 9th exhibition 'Virtual Control - Security and the Urban Imagination' opens at the Practise Space at RIBA. It will be open until August 25th. Exhibition explores privatised urban public space and security design in the UK's cities.

The exhibition of photography, video and installation 'Virtual control - security and the urban imagination' by Max Colsonorganized by UCL Urban...


Zaha Hadid at the State Hermitage Museum.

[Saint Petersburg] Russia, 27.06 > 27.09.2015.
Architecture, Exhibitions
Zaha Hadid at The State Hermitage Museum is the first retrospective exhibition of this architect in Russia. It provides unprecedented insight into her work in a mid-career retrospective highlighting Zaha Hadid's exploration of the Russian Avant-garde at the beginning of her career, and the continuing influence of its core principles on her work today.

The project was prepared specifically for the Nicholas Hall of the Winter Palace being one of the museum’s major ceremonial historical interiors. The exhibition prepared by the State Hermitage Museum and Zaha Hadid...


'Madrid 24h', photography exhibition at CentroCentro Cibeles.

Exhibition, PHotoEspaña 2015. CentroCentro Cibeles [MAD] Spain. 23/06>30/08/2015.
metalocus, ALEX DURO.
José Tono Martínez, CentroCentro Cibeles director; María García Yelo, PHotoEspaña director and Francisco Hortiguela, Director of Samsung's Institutional Relations, Communication and Corporate Citizenship, inaugurated last June 23rd the exhibition 'Madrid 24 h' in CentroCentro Cibeles. A day in Madrid's life, a group exhibition of photographs that comes from the homonym online contest organized by PHotoEspaña and Samsung, with the participation of the City of Madrid.

During almost a month, 'Madrid 24h' has invited all Madrid's inhabitants as well as the large number of visitors that every day visit the capital, to photograph the city to capture all the details, corners, atmospheres and sensations that the city offers during the day. Among the 3,223 received photographs, a jury composed by PHotoEspaña, Samsung and Madrid...


“Gleizes and Metzinger: Du Cubisme (1912)” at the Juan March Foundation.

Exhibition [MAD] Spain. 14.07/29.08.2015
Art, Exhibitions
Between July 14 and August 29, 2015 will be displayed at the Juan March Foundation the exhibition 'Gleizes and Metzinger: Du Cubisme (1912)'. Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger were painters, theoreticians of Cubism and authors of the essay 'Du cubisme', published in 1912 by parisian poet and publisher Eugène Figuière.

Finished last June 28, the big spring exhibition devoted to The modern taste. Art Deco in Paris, 1910-1935, and before that, this autumn, on 16 October, the first complete retrospective ever presented in Spain of the versatile Swiss artist Max Bill (1908-1994) opens, the Juan March Foundation prepares this summer an exhibition of small format, which can be seen, from 14...


Yannis Karpouzis, Descubrimientos PHE15 Award.

17th edition of PHotoEspaña, 03.06 >30.08.2015
PHotoEspaña, along with a jury of international experts in photography, has awarded the Descubrimientos PHE15 Award to the Greek photographer Yannis Karpouzis for his series "The parallel crisis" (2010). A work in progress that explores photography and the crisis in Greece, his native country, as factors that stop the time. The series shows portraits contextualized in the landscape that reveal strength and contrasts. Characters and locations that give a feeling of unease. The award will allow Karpouzis to be part of PHotoEspaña 2016 with a solo exhibition. Photography belonging to the series "The parallel crisis" by Yannis Karpouzis, Discoveries Award PHE15. Photography © Yannis Karpouzis.

The photographer Yannis Karpouzis, Descubrimientos PHE15 Award at the edition of PHotoEspaña 2015 explains what can be understood as a crisis (from the Greek κρίσις - krisis) «any event that is -or is expected to lead to- unstable and dangerous situations that affects an individual, group, community or...


Vitra & Camper: Pop-up project on the Vitra Campus.

Vitra Campus [Weil am Rhein] Germany.
metalocus, IRENE GARCÍA
Coinciding with the exhibition 'Making Africa' which takes place at the Vitra Design Musem, this summer is opened the Pop-up project on the Vitra Campus, designed by architect Francis Kéré Diébédo and organized by Vitra and Camper.

From June 18th to September 30th of this year you can enjoy the 'Pop-up project' at the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein created by Vitra and Camper...



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