On Sunday, full-page ads appeared in both the New York and Los Angeles Times with the slogan “saveLACMA FROM TANKING.”
The new building will be smaller than the total area of the four current buildings which are fated to be torn down. No explanation for the shrinkage has been provided as of yet.
A pilgrimage to visit Louise Bourgeois and Peter Zumthor’s Norwegian memorial made for victims of the witchcraft trials hits home.
In other museums, fragments of the past are isolated into forgotten history, but at Kolumba, they are part of a dynamic whole.
Set to open in the summer of 2016, a sleek museum designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor for a Norwegian zinc mine has been over a decade in the making, although parts of the attraction are already in place.
The aging chairman of Univision Communications, Jerry Perenchio, has bequested a significant collection of modern art to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Los Angeles Times reported.
A New York Times Magazine profile of Pritzker Prize winning-architect Peter Zumthor shows the his work engaging with the spirituality of space and human history, and exploring the most basic aspects of our sensual experience. The profile highlights Zumthor’s buildings as a return to the humanistic, spiritual side of contemporary architecture.