The Guggenheim goes back to Zero

The New York museum hosts the first large-scale US show dedicated to this influential German post-war group The Guggenheim goes back to Zero

4 hours ago / Art Agenda


Six radically converted historical buildings

The Phaidon Atlas’s latest feature proves contemporary architecture can incorporate both old and new buildings Six radically converted historical buildings

9 hours ago / Architecture Agenda


Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi take on McDonald's

At René Redzepi’s MAD event, Coi's founder and a food truck star reveal plans to bring real food into inner cities Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi take on McDonald's

1 day ago / Food Agenda


Understanding Anselm Kiefer’s Interior

Prior to the Royal Academy’s show, we look at one key work by the great German painter Understanding Anselm Kiefer’s Interior

1 day ago / Art Agenda


Frank Lloyd Wright to put LA on the UNESCO map

The architect’s first house in Los Angeles is shortlisted for World Heritage status and due to reopen later this year Frank Lloyd Wright to put LA on the UNESCO map

2 days ago / Architecture Agenda


Copenhagen’s orange bike highway

A new £3.5m elevated cycle path relieves two-wheeled congestion enlivens the Danish capital’s waterfront Copenhagen’s orange bike highway

2 days ago / Architecture Agenda


Paweł Althamer’s weird summer play set

Why has the Polish artist installed models of his family in an old Greek slaughter house on the island of Hydra? Paweł Althamer’s weird summer play set

5 days ago / Art Agenda


Herzog & de Meuron build a stadium in a favela

The Pritzker-laureates cut out the air con and waive their fee to create the neighbourhood facility, Arena do Morro Herzog & de Meuron build a stadium in a favela

5 days ago / Architecture Agenda


Impressionism: officially 141 years old

A US professor believes he’s dated the scene captured in the painting that gave its name to an art movement Impressionism: officially 141 years old

6 days ago / Art Agenda


Why EarthArt beats Google

The New York Times' Michael Pollak tried an interesting experiment when he reviewed our Bernhard Edmaier book Why EarthArt beats Google

6 days ago / Photography Agenda

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