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Yod Design Studio Hangs Thousands of Wooden Sticks From the Ceiling of Burger Joint in Ukraine

  YOD Design Studio has completed its new food&beverage restaurant and cafe in Poltava, Ukraine. Called Shade Burger/Cafe, the brutalist and ascetic space features thousands of twisted wooden sticks hanged from the ceiling of the Burger joint. Covering a total of 50 square-meters area, Shade Burger is a new burger restaurant in Poltava, which provides a stylish atmosphere, reasonable prices and the...

Iwan Baan Documents Newly-Opened D+S’S Vagelos Education Center in New York

Photographer Iwan Baan has released new images of Vagelos Education Center, the state-of-the-art building designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, In Collaboration with Gensler, is a Hub for Medical and Graduate Students in Northern Manhattan. Columbia University Medical Center’s new, state-of-the-art medical and graduate education building, the Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, opened to faculty and students in Mid-August...

LISA COOLEY TO CLOSE GALLERY AFTER EIGHT YEARS ON LOWER EAST SIDE

Lisa Cooley Gallery, an influential Lower East Side space that opened on Orchard Street in 2008, has closed, sources tell ARTnews. The last show, “Jeff Witscher: August,” was up until Friday. No future shows are listed on the gallery’s website. After opening at 34 Orchard Street in 2008—making her, at that point, a pioneer of the gallery corridor on Orchard below...

SOFTLAB HANGED A VENTRICLE-LIKE STRUCTURE AT THE HEART OF SOUTHBANK CENTRE IN LONDON

New York-based creative design studio SOFTlab hanged a massive aluminium structure made up of intertwined tubes and clad in 3M’s Solar Mirror Film at the heart of Southbank Centre in London. Commissioned by the Southbank Centre in London, the structure is conceived as a two-part installation for the Festival of Love, recalling the heart, a symbol that has been used for many...

The Week in Art: SculptureCenter’s Annual LIC Block Party and MoMA PS1’s ‘Night at the Museum’

Though it may seem that Armory Week and Frieze Week get all the action, the reality is that there is never a dull moment in the New York art world. From the East Side to the West Side (and, in the summer, out on Long Island’s East End), there’s always something happening at the city’s museums, galleries, and various...

What is it? On monuments around the world appeared mysterious black slime

We understand that this may sound scary (like the scene of a horror movie, isn't it?). But this phenomenon has already begun to explore the American National Parks Service (NPS). A kind of mucus covers the most iconic sights around the world. Actually this mucus - microorganisms called biofilm. They paint the stone surface of the stone masterpieces in black. Since...

Miami’s Pérez Art Museum has appointed three new Deputy Directors

The Pérez Art Museum has appointed three new deputy directors: Adrienne Chadwick in education; Melissa Cowley Wolf in development; and Christina Boomer Vazquez in marketing and public engagement. Chadwick has worked at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Miami Children’s Museum, and the Young at Art Museum in Davie, Florida. She is coming to the Pérez from the Nova Southeastern...

On the Tiber waterfront in Lungotevere appeared gorgeous graffiti

Triumphs and Laments (2016) will be a large-scale, 500 meter-long frieze, erased from the biological patina on the travertine embankment walls that line Rome’s urban waterfront. Exploring dominant tensions in the history of the Eternal City from past to present, a procession of figures, up to 10 meters high, will represent Rome’s greatest victories and defeats from mythological time...

London Olympicopolis: the design we might’ve had

hat a place Olympicopolis could be. The cultural building project, part of a £1.3bn development in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, could be for its generation what the Pompidou Centre was for the 1970s: a vortex of architectural and artistic energy with the power to change everything, one that could drag the creative centre of London towards its former...

Hi-Tech Pen Can Draw in Over 16 Million Colors, Scanned From Real Life

The new Cronzy pen takes a tried and true drawing utensil and matches it with modern technology to realize every illustrator’s dream tool. The pen can create over 16 million CMYK ink colors in seconds, with each shade either selected through its Bluetooth-synced smartphone app or scanned from real-life surroundings. Users simply point the device at any object to capture...

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