The Architecture Drawing Prize was established in 2017 to celebrate and showcase the art and skill of architectural drawing. Entries are invited for the 7th edition of the Architectural Drawing Prize in three categories, hand drawn, digital and hybrid. The awards are curated by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in partnership with Make Architects and Sir John Soane's Museum, and sponsored by Iris Ceramica Group. Image of Digital winner 2022. Anton Markus Pasing, The Wall, 150cm x 73.8 cm. WAF, Make Architects, Sir John Soane's MuseumMORE
13 May - 14 July 2023, NEW YORK
The Gagosian gallery at 976 and 980 Madison Avenue, New York, will exhibit works by Donald Judd dating from 1965 to 1991. The exhibition features objects made from anodized and painted aluminum, galvanized iron, colored plexiglass, and plywood together with one of Donald Judd's largest series of prints. Main image is Donald Judd, untitled, 1991, clear anodized aluminum with transparent green over black plexiglass, 9 3/4 × 39 1/4 × 9 3/4 inches (24.9 × 99.9 × 24.9 cm) © Judd Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo Martin Wong. Courtesy Gagosian. GagosianMORE
17 - 21 May 2023, NEW YORK
The 11th edition of Frieze New York brings together over 60 contemporary art galleries from 27 countries. Established and emerging galleries, along with non-profit organisations, are represented at the Shed in Manhattan, with additional events taking place across the city. Photo Alex Staniloff / CKA. Courtesy of Frieze. FriezeMORE
Tate St Ives presents an exhibition of The Casablanca Art School, ‘Platforms and Patterns for a Postcolonial Avant-Garde 1962-1987’
27 May 2023 - 14 January 2024, CORNWALL, UK.
The Tate St Ives presents an exhibition of the revolutionary approach of The Casablanca Art School, which proposed a bold new visual culture following Morocco's independence in 1956. The School explored the combination of traditional Berber skills with modernist influences from Europe and North Africa, creating a new perspective for the post-colonial era. Photo © Mohammed Chabâa Estate. Tate St IvesMORE
30 March - 13 May 2023
An exhibition of new paintings by artist Stanley Whitney, 'There Will Be Song' is on display at the Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill in London. The work emerges from Whitney's exploration of colour and composition, and responds to artists including Piet Mondrian, Giorgio Morandi and Mark Rothko. Photo Rob McKeever © Stanley Whitney Courtesy Gagosian. Gagosian
Jason Bruges Studio has created a family of artwork that uses technology to transform the urban experience and bring people closer to nature. Floral Guide is an interactive media artwork that aims to enliven the journey of a newly opened underpass at Kew Bridge Station in London. The work is a response to the nearby Royal Botanic Gardens and an exploration of nature's colour-based wayfinding system. Jason Bruges StudioMORE
February - 1 April 2023
The gallery S94 Design has moved to the Rafael Viñoly designed New York landmark 3 East 89th Street. S94D currently hosts exhibits including 'Aluminium Furniture' by Donald Judd, Kwangho Lee's first solo exhibition in New York, 'Infinite Expansion' and Ernst Gamperl's 'The Houghton Oak Project'. S94 DesignMORE
The National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne commissioned Adam Newman and Kevin Tsang, both of NWMN architects, to create the 2022 NGV Architecture Commission. The commission named 'The Temple of Boom' reimagines the Parthenon in Athens, and over the coming months, it will be painted over by local street and urban artists to reflect the unstoppable process of change. Photo Sean Fennessy. NGVMORE
13 to 17 October 2021
Major galleries from around the world come together at Frieze London and Frieze Masters in London's Regents Park. Events include talks and special projects.MORE
25 March - 15 July 2018.
This exhibition at Houghton Hall, as part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival, will feature new paintings by Damien Hirst that will be shown to the public for the first time. The series of paintings, titled Colour Space will include Flesh Tint (shown above). Flesh Tint (2016) Household gloss on canvas 610 x 813 mm Photographed by Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2017. NN FestivalMORE
2 November 2017 - 7 May 2018.
The 'Impressionists in London' exhibition at the Tate Britain displays over 100 works including art by Monet, Tissot and Pissaro, created while the artists were in exile in Britain during the Franco-Prussian war. The exhibition explores London through the eyes of the French artists, and is curated by Dr Caroline Corbeau-Parsons. Tate BritainMORE
Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen of OS and OOS designed the Matrix Bench as part of the Matix project. The project aims to create a system with endless configurations using a grid structure that changes from being almost transparent to solid depending on the perspective. Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen work from Eidenhover in the Netherlands and created OS and OOs in 2011. OS and OOSMORE
Moritz & Ottisen's ‘blueprints’ series is inspired by intricate architectural drawings. These prussian blue prints capture the charming complexity of different cities. The London Blueprint features Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. High quality print on 240gsm Munken paper. The City WorksMORE
Metallic silver screen print on 120gsm Keaykolour Royal Blue uncoated paper. A history of electronic music mapped out to the circuit board of a theremin, which is widely regarded as one of the first electronic musical instruments. Electric Love Blueprint celebrates over 200 inventors, innovators, artists, composers and musicians who (in Dorothy's opinion) have been pivotal to the evolution of electronic music from the invention of the earliest known sound recording device in 1857 to the present day. DorothyMORE