Alain Capeilere’s Modernist Swimming Pool

In 2018, the Exhibition of Domestic Pools, showcased the most extraordinary pools from private homes in Los Angeles, Spain and the south of France. The exhibition provided french photographer Romain Laprade the opportunity to photograph this fantastic 1970s swimming pool, designed by architect Alain Capeillères and built at his summer home in Six-Fours-les-Plages, France. The […]

Michael Heizer’s ‘City’

City is the culmination of a lifetime of work by artist Michael Heizer, and even in its unfinished state, it is the largest piece of contemporary art in existence. Situated in the Nevada Desert, work on City started in 1970, and has been ongoing ever since. City consists of buildings and abstract sculptures that take […]

Murals by Oli-B

Brussels-based artist Oli-B paints vibrant murals that add a unique twist to urban cityscapes. Oli-B’s murals are made up of a patchwork of shapes that overlap as they work their way across the wall, often covering an entire building facade. Oli-B, who has been painting since his youth, started out primarily working with spray paint but […]

Tara Donovan at the University of Chicago

Fieldwork, an exhibit which celebrates Tara Donovan’s distinctive art practice, is coming to the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago on June 13th. The exhibit features stunning works that transform everyday materials including straws, index cards, rubber bands, and Slinkys into elaborate, otherworldly structures. The show will be up through September 22, […]

The Creative Hoardings Program

The City of Sydney has responded to a community demand for street art with a unique approach called the Creative Hoardings Program. This program aims to improve the visual impact of construction sites, while also providing a showcase for artists. In high traffic areas, developers must either commission art from an Australian artist, choose from […]

Architectural Sculptures by David Moreno

Barcelona-based sculptor David Moreno describes his artistic process as “drawing with sculpture.” Moreno’s works show this tone as even in their final form they resemble the scribbly line drawings that they are based on. After creating his original sketches, Moreno welds together hundreds of steel rods to bring his architectural scenes to life. When lit by spotlights, Moreno’s […]

Mondrian Brought to Life

Bulgaria-based design studio Brani & Desi, recently designed an interior inspired by the work of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. Breakfast with Mondrian uses the forms, lines and colors typical of Mondrian paintings, with black elements that ground the space and a larger white backdrop that activates the colors and makes them pop. While every zone […]

Paintings by Cinta Vidal

We love these captivating, architectural paintings by Spanish artist Cinta Vidal Agulló. Through her patchwork of scenes, Vidal aims to represent the ways in which we as individuals navigate our world. She hopes to show narratives of individuals finding a unique place and viewpoint, despite the confusion of their surrounding and their inability to understand others. Take […]

Hilma af Klint at the Guggenheim

Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, is the first major solo exhibition of the artist’s work in the United States, and is on show at the Guggenheim until April 23rd. The work of Hilma af Klint is remarkable, especially when one considers that her abstract paintings were created as early as 1906. During her lifetime […]

The Exploratorium

Construction of the stunning Exploratorium museum, designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects, has been completed in Tianjin, China. The building was designed with influence from the Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute, who suggested the architecture should represent the deep industrial history of Tianjin. When the building opens in August of this year, it will house art galleries along […]