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Symbiotic Expansion

Glenstone Museum’s extension will continue the gallery’s aim to seamlessly blend its structure into the natural landscape.

Seminal Installations

At YSP, Wakefield, the Underground Gallery and its external concourse are entirely re-characterised by Alfredo Jaar’s seminal installations.

Constructive Participation

Collaborative architectural duo Matt + Fiona promote creativity in communities through a new commission.

Fabricated Space

James Casebere combines intricately built scale models and complex lighting to create highly stylised environments.

New Artists: October 2017

Our picks for October are a reflection on the environment as spectacle, with ordinary structures transformed into a visual playground of colour.

Multifaceted Iconography

Known for his documentation of Cologne’s Neues Bauen movement during the 1920s, Werner Mantz’s images made the region’s ar­chi­tec­ture iconic.

5 to See: This Weekend

28-29 October. This week’s selection explores the wider, experiential concept of space through a multitude of different mediums.

Contemporary Reinvention

Design Museum, London, hosts the tenth edition of the socio-politically aware Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition.

Foto/ Industria: Inner Realities

Until 19 November, Bologna’s MAST PhotoGallery is the only institution in the world dedicated to photography focused on industrial civilisation.

Communal Frameworks

A new text from Hatje Cantz charts the aesthetics of architecture and the creative trajectory of one of the best-known duos from Nordic culture in the field.

Spatial Abstraction

Combining humanity and architecture, Lucien Hervé’s often monumental practice plays with geometry, light and abstraction

Symbiotic Constructions

Answering to the climate of their respective locales, Lina Bo Bardi and Albert Frey’s spaces create dialogues between nature and society.

Subverted Geometry

Olafur Eliasson brings his world-renowned talents to Harsdorff House to create a new installation within its walls. The piece will be revealed December.

New Developments

Leeds Art Gallery reopens to the public after undergoing restorative work on its roof for nearly two years, with an exciting 2017 programme.

Modernist Memoriam

Museum Ludwig pays homage to Wern­er Mantz – one of the most promi­nent pho­to­g­ra­phers of Neues Bauen mod­er­nist ar­chi­tec­ture in the 1920s.

Facilitating Regeneration

The new Tate St Ives opens to visitors after a four-year construction project. Set back into the cliffs and connected to the beach below, the structure merges with its surrounding landscape.

Interconnected Materiality

LACMA presents Found in Translation, highlighting the influence of architecture and design on Californian and Mexcian culture.

Synergetic Expansion

ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark, announces The Next Level, a semi-subterranean extension project in collaboration with James Turrell.

Intersectional Monuments

Originally on display at Victoria and Albert Museum’s Simon Sainsbury Gallery, While We Wait comes to Concrete, a multidisciplinary public space.

Universal Conflict

As one of America’s most loved living artists, Jenny Holzer’s practice circles around language in order to question systems of power and authority in society.

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