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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...

A combined approach in Miami’s Design District

Various architects are combining to work on different segments of a multi-coloured building envelope in Miami J.MAYER.H has announced that construction of the parking loft in Miami, USA has begun. The Miami Design District, a neighbourhood dedicated to innovative art, design and architecture, had commissioned The Museum Garage to be built as part of its Phase III development. It is a seven-story...

Chinese Sculptor Spends 4 Years Creating World’s Longest Wooden Sculpture

Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui’s incredible 12.2-meter-long (over 40 ft) wooden carving, which has entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest continuous wooden carving in the world, is a testament to human craftsmanship, creativity and patience. Chunhui’s work was inspired by “Along the River During the Qinming Festival,” a long Chinese scroll painting from more than 1,000...

Portrait of Diana Vreeland Stolen From New York Hotel

No one ever wants their art to be stolen, but such was the case for artist Bradley Theodore when a thief made off with his portrait of legendaryVogue editor Diana Vreeland that had been hanging at the Dream Downtown hotel. “I think someone was just like ‘eff it, I’ll take it,'” said Theodore in an interview with artnet News. He called the ordeal “pretty...

Summer in the Artful Hamptons

Summer is short and busy in the artful Hamptons. Now more than ever, there are high-quality galleries, sophisticated museum shows, performances, temporary exhibition spaces, pop-up events, and charity benefits—all to entice visitors away from beach and food. Herewith is a not-so-random yet in-no-way-comprehensive sampling of what this summer has been serving up. The real game-changer out on the East End...

Jewish museum turns to crowdfunding campaign for latest exhibit, with artworks as reward

Earlier today New York’s Jewish Museum launched its first ever crowdfunding campaign via Kickstarter in support of mounting an equally unconventional upcoming exhibition at the museum titled “Take Me (I’m Yours).” Donors who contribute toward the $30,000 fundraising goal will help pay for production costs. For the right price, these donors will be rewarded with gifts by participating artists,...

Charlotte cotton on Robert Cumming

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, Charlotte Cotton talks about Robert Cumming. “I’m so excited about this...

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...

Life of Objects: An Interview with Mary Mattingly

Ecology, nomadic living and community participation are central to Mary Mattingly's collaborative projects. Triple Island, her next collaborative work, will open July 20 on Pier 42 in Lower Manhattan. It follows the Flock House Project (2012), which included a series of spherical living structures that migrated around New York, and the Waterpod (2009), a barge-based ecosystem with five living...

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