Gillick, L. (2015). In Production: Liam Gillick’s ‘Immanent Critique’ – Art+Culture Projects. [online] Art+Culture Projects. Available at: https://artandculture.com/news/in-production-liam-gillicks-immanent-critique/ [Accessed 13 Feb. 2019]. Liam Gillick He was born in 1964 in Aylesbury, U.K. and he now lives and works in London and New York. He went to Hertfordshire College of Art in 1983 and spend about […]
I and Shi met Samuel at the hostel and P joined us while visiting the 1st project and Our day started by visiting two very iconic Singapore’s brutalist heritage buildings, Pearl Bank residential apartments and People’s Park in Chinatown and Marina as well as Marina One project in Downtown. All these buildings are showing signs […]
Alex Hass Compositional organization is complex, but even more so when applied to typography. Typography is a complicated medium to work with as it contains two levels of information (display and content), and requires its components to be read in proper sequence with proper emphasis, good legibility, and strong contrast to the substrate. Many elements […]
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the gates of a brave new world were, not so deliberately, opening to nations. A new world in which almost everything was prone to change. Almost everything molted, including cities. Some people still accuse Modernism of excessiveness but the fear or the false predictions of what was happening […]
Mid-century modernist architecture has gained somewhat of a cult following over recent years, as passionate enthusiasts fight to keep the style alive in the era of renovation. The sellers of this property were sure to maintain its integrity. The post Immaculate mid-century modernist house at The Gap hits the market appeared first on realestate.com.au.