A Socialist state’s postwar buildings burst with ambition and invention at the Museum of Modern Art.
Category Archives: Architecture
Gregor Sailer traveled the globe photographing Potemkin villages, architectural landscapes that are clones, impostors or frauds.
The Glasgow School of Art, designed by the celebrated Charles Rennie Mackintosh, caught fire in June, for the second time in four years. Fortunately, many of his other buildings in Scotland endure — here’s what to visit.
Gerard & Kelly weave the linked careers of Philip Johnson, Mies van der Rohe and R.M. Schindler into a performance.
A New York Aquarium pavilion, with 115 marine species, finally opens this weekend, and the overall effect makes it more of a visible, welcoming presence and neighbor.
Devoted to experimental work by emerging artists, the Institute is now in the chill East Village, with a forward-thinking mission.
The Pritzker winners RCR are representing their region at a Venice Biennale whose official exhibition is limited to the pavilions of nation states.
As museums groan under costly expansions, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, found a modest alternative a ferry ride across the harbor.
The fresh damage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art, an architectural jewel, has left alumni filled with grief and anger.
For Rem Koolhaas and Miuccia Prada, more is more. A luxurious tower of art galleries is the last building on the Prada Foundation’s campus.