Their new installation at the Park Avenue Armory features drones and facial-recognition technology, yet seems to have no politics at all.
Though Expo Milano 2015, the enormous fair of national, nonprofit, and corporate pavilions built on the outskirts of Milan, opened as scheduled on May 1, its launch was overshadowed by violent protests, costly delays, and denouncements from one of its original architects and Pope Francis.
Tomorrow, the new Serpentine Pavilion officially opens in London’s Kensington Gardens and judging by the photos this year’s creation by architects Herzog & de Meuron and artist Ai Weiwei may be one of the most beautiful yet.
MIAMI — As with any developing city the arts community is in continual search for large and affordable work and exhibition space. Miami’s Wynwood Art District and later Design District have been for over a decade hubs for artists and galleries moving into large warehouse and empty storefront spaces. Wynwood is less of a gun-wielding neighborhood and now full of restaurants, bars and coffee shops inviting collectors to hang around the area.