Inexhibit suggests some of the most interesting temporary exhibitions on view in the Catalan capital from December 2019 to next Spring 2020
The CID at Grand Hornu features the exhibition ‘Nature Morte/Nature Vivante’: artistic and experimental researches in the relationship between man and nature
From 27 November 2019 to 16 February 2020 the Triennale Milano hosts ‘OooOoO’, a multi-sensory skatepark conceived by the south-Korean artist Koo Yeong A.
Going to Paris in the next months? Well, we suggest you to do not miss the exhibition TREES running at the Cartier Foundation
Are objects – with all their materiality, weight, physical consistency, smell, and imperfections – the only things that can bring us really into a story?
From 24 October, the CCCB – Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona – presents the exhibition “Stanley Kubrick”
Until February 3, 2019, The Museum of Modern Art – MoMA in New York City presents the major exhibition “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done”
The award-winning installations of FAV – Festival des Architectures Vives 2018, which took place in June in Montpellier.
The necropolis “Banditaccia” in Cerveteri, near Rome, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest Etruscan archaeological site
The 6th edition of Amsterdam Light Festival has opened on 30 November. Until 21 January 2018 visitors can enjoy artworks of several international artists.
“The Plastic We Live With” is the installation conceived by Luzinterruptus for FAB – Festival International des Arts de Bordeaux Métropole in October 2017
City Gazing and Stadstarten are 2 light installations focused on the theme of light pollution in densely populated areas designed by design collective Vouw
Barcelona: from 25 October, 2017 through 29 April, 2018, CCCB features an exhibition entitled “Després de la fi del món”(After the end of the world)
After the success of the London show, “David Bowie is” runs at the Museu del Disseny of Barcelona until 25 September 2017.
NONE has designed “Lo specchio della nostra natura – The brilliant side of us”, the italian pavilion at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.
The Centre Pompidou in Paris is presenting “Mutations/Créations“: an event turned towards the interaction between digital technology and creation.
History and design of the Seiko UC-2000, the first wristwatch computer in history, and of other Japanese wearable and pocket computers of the ’80s
The exhibition World Press Photo 2017 takes palce at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome from April 28 through May 28, 2017.
The exhibition “Nature Forever” at MAXXI explores the work of contemporary art master Piero Gilardi: from his Nature-carpets to the Living Art Park in Turin
A selection of articles focused on the most innovative and promising digital communication experiments and solutions in cultural transmission, and education
Fifty years of computer design: a history of the most ubiquitous piece of technology, manufacturers, designers, and the most innovative computers ever made
Apple Mac Pro second generation (2013). History, ancestors, design, and manufacturing of one of the most innovative and controversial desktop computers ever
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, is the world’s largest museum dedicated to computers and computing devices
The Commodore PET 2001, possibly the first personal computer ever, with its angular white colored case, is the epitome of technology design in the ’70s
When the garden of a museum is a major exhibit: The Jardin des Plantes of the MNHN in Paris and the japanese gardens of the Adachi Museum of art in Japan
Released in 1981, the Dutch microcomputer Holborn 9100, with its periscope-like monitor, is one of the most “futuristic” computer designs of the Eighties