The winners of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies Van Der Rohe Award 2019 have been announced: they are Grand Parc Bordeaux, and Montbrun-Bocage School Refectory
Traditional Japanese tea house architecture inspired the design of a pavilion in Videbaek, Denmark, by Henning Larsen Architects.
The Hayward Gallery is a gallery of contemporary art in London; part of the Southbank Centre, the gallery is housed in a historic Brutalist-style building
The National Museum of Qatar in Doha is a museum dedicated to the history of Qatar, housed in an iconic building, dubbed “Desert Rose”, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel
The Bauhaus Museum in Weimar, Germany, is a museum dedicated to the famous Bauhaus art school; designed by architect Heike Hanada, the museum opened in April 2019
Rome: “AT HOME. Designs for contemporary living” is the new presentation of the MAXXI museum’s architecture collection.
With the exhibition “Living in a Box: Design and Comics” the Vitra Design Museum explores the world of comics and their relationship to design
The CID -Centre d’innovation et du design- features “Glass-Oriented Design”. The exhibition presents a series of glass objects realized at CIRVA, Marseille
Italian artist Maria Cristina Finucci created a large site-specific art installation in Milan made out of about two tons of used plastic bottle caps
During the Milan Design Week 2019, Brazilian design firm Estudio Campana transformed a cloister of the Statale University palace in Milan into a large grass-covered installation
At Milan Design Week 2019, Japanese design firm TAKT PROJECT, led by Satoshi Yoshiizumi, presents “glow ⇄ grow”, a lighting installation consisting of clear-resin stalactites
SaloneSatellite 2019: in this year’s edition, the prizes were assigned to projects focused on material-recycling processes and on their applications.
Weather Report: Forecasting Future, the Nordic Pavilion exhibition at the Venice Art Biennale 2019, features works by nabbteeri, Ane Graff, & Ingela Ihrman
Artists and works featured in the second part of the ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ – 58th Venice Art Biennale 2019 exhibition – installed at Giardini
At the 58th Venice Art Biennale, the British Pavilion presents a solo exhibition by Cathy Wilkes, at the same time disquieting and fascinating
The Pavilion of Lithuania, entitled Sun & Sea (Marina), has been awarded the Golden Lion for the best national participation at the 58th Venice Art Biennale
Inexhibit magazine’s review and pictures of the 2019 Venice Art Biennale “May You Live in Interesting Times” main exhibition at Arsenale curated by Ralph Rugoff
On May 9, 2019, GAD – Giudecca Art District, a project by Paolo Scelsi and Valentina Gioia Levy, opens on the Giudecca island in Venice.
The Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan is a library which also houses the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana art gallery with works by Leonardo, Botticelli, and Caravaggio
The Museo Galileo is a science museum in Florence, named after famous Italian scientist Galileo Galilei, housed in a medieval palace near the Uffizi Gallery
Palazzo Altemps in Rome is a renowned museum of Classical sculpture, part of the National Roman Museum, and an Italian Renaissance palace near Piazza Navona
Somerset House is a well-known contemporary art center and a Neoclassical palace in central London; it also houses the Courtauld Gallery (currently closed)
The Palace of Versailles near Paris is a monumental architectural complex, mostly built in the 17th century, and the second most visited museum in France
The Barbican Centre is a multidisciplinary art center, including theaters and art galleries, and one of the best examples of British Brutalist architecture
copyright Inexhibit 2019 - ISSN: 2283-5474