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In The Envelope From The Flea Market Were Founded Unbelievable Old Photos

In the 1960s an unknown photographer made talented photos in Barcelona, and the author's name was searched by all the Internet. The amazing story of the Spanish Vivian Mayer. In 2001 of summer , an American Tom Sponheim was resting with his wife in Barcelona. On the way to the temple of the Holy Family, they wandered into a noisy...

The Shaolin Flying Monks Temple Blasts Monks Into the Sky Above a Mountainside Amphitheater

Perched on the Songshan mountain in rural Henan, China, this new temple designed by Latvian architecture studio Mailītis Architects brings a whole new perspective to the legendary Shaolin monks: specifically an aerialperspective. The recently completed Shaolin Flying Monks Temple contains a one-of-a-kind levitation pavilion that houses a vertical wind tunnel designed in part by Aerodium that blasts participants toward...

Ralph Lemon on Sibyl Kempson

As part of the Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists (A.i.A.'s August issue), we preview the 2016-17 season of museum exhibitions worldwide. In addition to offering their own top picks, our editors asked select artists, curators and collectors to identify the shows they are looking forward to. Here, Ralph Lemon talks about Sibyl Kempson. “I recommend seeing ‘12 Shouts to...

Kunsthalle Mannheim Unveils €68m Extension Backed by German Billionaire

A spectacular new extension to the Kunsthalle Mannheim, largely funded by the software billionaire Hans-Werner Hector, is opening its doors tomorrow (1 June) in the southwestern German city. Designed by the Hamburg-based architects Gerkan, Marg and Partners, the concrete, glass and steel structure is enveloped in a bronze mesh. With seven exhibition halls and a spectacular 22m-high glass-roofed atrium, the...

Chagall Painting Recovered 30 years after theft from a New York Couple’s Apartment

A painting by Marc Chagall stolen 30 years ago from a New York couple's apartment has been recovered and is being returned to the family's estate, the FBI said Thursday. The 1911 painting, "Othello and Desdemona," was stolen in 1988 along with other works of art -- by Renoir, Picasso and Hopper -- from the Manhattan home of Ernest and...

The Lowline Lab – World’s first futuristic underground park in NYC nears reality

World’s first underground park, the Lowline, is planned one story beneath Delancey Street in New York City. The development work is under progress and the park is expected to open for public by 2020. The park will be spread on about 50,000-square-feet. For now, a 1,000-square-foot Lowline Lab is ready to be opened at 140 Essex Street as a...

“Color mixing” installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux in Tokyo

In celebration of NSK Ltd.’s 100th Anniversary, the exhibition “sense of motion” has been hosted inside the commercial shopping mall of omotesando spiral in Tokyo. Architect Emmanuelle Moureaux has once again injected the space with her signature use of vibrant color for the installation “Color mixing”. NSK Ltd is one of Japan’s most well known manufacturers of motors and automotive...

Largest Witchcraft Collection Will Be Shown On First Exhibition

Cornell University’s co-founder Andrew Dickson White was a huge bibliophile. With his librarian George Lincoln Burr, he amassed a formidable collection of books, with a special concentration on those that highlighted historic persecution and the experiences of the downtrodden. Out of this personal library came the Cornell University Witchcraft Collection, which holds over 3,000 objects on superstition and witchcraft in Europe, mostly acquired...

An Undulating Brick Facade Imitates the Free-Flowing Movement of Draped Fabric

German architecture firm Behet Bondzio Lin Architekten recently constructed a new headquarters for the Association of the Northwest German Textile and Garment Industry in Münster, Germany. The firm wanted the building to allude to the association’s work with fabric, and designed a facade that would imitate its folds through a gradient of bricks oriented at different angles. The decision to recreate the appearance...

Postcards From the edge: Prisoners and High-Profile Artists to Show Works at Sotheby’s

Prisoners from across the UK will show works alongside artists such as Jeremy Deller and Cornelia Parker in an exhibition held at Sotheby’s London (9-10 May). The postcards, designed by detainees and big-name practitioners, will be up for grabs at a swanky fundraising event to be held at the auction house on 10 May, hosted by the Welsh actor...

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