Vincent Fecteau at the Fridericianum in Kassel  more...

Since the early 1990s, Vincent Fecteau has been making sculptures and collages from simple, sometimes everyday materials – such as newspaper clippings, papier-mâché, foam core, corks, popsicle sticks or shells – that display diverse manifestations. Some of his works are small-scale, rectilinear, monochrome or

 

 

 

UNESCO’s socio-architectural reconstruction project for Mosul (Iraq) at the Biennale di Venezia more...

The Government of Iraq and the Ministry of Culture and Youth of United Arab Emirates, will present an exhibition on the ongoing project, Revive the Spirit of Mosul, to restore the ancient Iraqi city’s multicultural

 

 

 

The Cass of the City, University of London is renamed Bayes Business School more...

In July 2020, the School committed to changing its name after it was found that some of Sir John Cass’s wealth was obtained through his links to the slave trade. The decision to select Bayes Business School was based on a comprehensive and transparent consultation process with relevant

 

 

 

2021 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award goes to Jean-Claude Mourlevat more...

Jean-Claude Mourlevat is one of France’s leading children and young adult authors. Since his publishing debut in 1997, he has written more than 30 books which have been translated into nearly 20 languages. With a particular love for fairy tale, fable and fantasy, he draws on literary traditions to create worlds that resemble no other. He writes for young children, teens and adults alike. Citation of

 

 

 

Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal Receive the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize more...

These two architects of France, have been selected as the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureates, announced Tom Pritzker, Chairman of The Hyatt Foundation, which sponsors the award that is known internationally as architecture’s highest honor. “Good architecture is open—open to life, open to enhance the freedom of anyone, where anyone can do what

 

 

 

Guggenheim Bilbao installs an impressive work by Lucio Fontana in the Atrium more...

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is unveiling the installation of a spectacular work by Lucio Fontana in its Atrium, which Museum visitors will be able to enjoy over the next three years. Neon Structure for the Ninth Milan Triennial (Struttura al neon per la IX Triennale di Milano), created by the great Italian-Argentine artist in 1951, is a piece that can simultaneously be considered a drawing, a sculpture, a light design object, and an expressive

 

 

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