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.
A group led by Wolfgang Tillmans and Rem Koolhaas is discussing how the organization can “be recognized as a force for good, rather than as a faceless bureaucracy.”
The Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s trapezoidal cultural center will break ground in late 2018.
Lafayette Anticipations, a Rem Koolhaas-designed center for experimental art, joins a crowded field of corporate-funded institutions.
For the Amsterdam museum, which he visited often as a teenager, the architect oversaw the mounting of 700 artworks by the likes of Jeff Koons and Kazimir Malevich.
The Dutch designer, one of the world’s pre-eminent bookmakers, doesn’t call herself an artist, but many view her creations as works of art.
Along with the annual Art Basel Miami Beach fair, the city has nonprofits, museums and collections that nourish the art world all year long.
The financier Jeffrey Gundlach is the main reason the Albright-Knox Art Gallery has quickly raised more than $100 million for it’s $125 million addition.
The $80 million expansion is the first museum project in the United States by OMA, the architectural firm founded by Rem Koolhaas.