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Blair Kamin: ‘Who Is the City For?'

5 days ago   |   By Arch Daily

Chicago. Image via Conde Nast Traveler
This article was originally published on Common Edge. Blair Kamin stepped down as architecture critic for the Chicago Tribune in January 2021, after a nearly 30-year run in the post. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for a body of work highlighted by a series on Chicago's lakefront, including a story that documented the race- and class-based disparity between the city's north and south lakefronts. He has previously published two collections of his work: Why Architecture Matters (2001) and Terror and Wonder (2010), both from the University of Chicago...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Plans to Renovate the Sainsbury Wing and National Gallery in London Receive...

Plans to Renovate the Sainsbury Wing and National Gallery in London Receive Approval by the City Council

The National Gallery. Image Courtesy of The National Gallery London The Westminister City Council adopted a resolution to grant planning permission to the National Gallery for... Read more ...

Quzika 1865 Winery / PL-T ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

Quzika 1865 Winery / PL-T ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

Quzika, Markam, Tibet, China Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Jianfeng Wang Area: 8334.0 m2 Read more ...

Bending Gender's Rules, in Life and in German Grammar

The victory of Kim de l'Horizon, a nonbinary writer, in a top literary prize stirred a debate about how the German language can accommodate people who don't identify as male or... Read more ...

At the Norton Museum, Joseph Stella's Fantastic Floral Visions

Joseph Stella - famed for his Brooklyn Bridge portraits - was mad about tropical plants. Now, the Norton Museum is spotlighting his forgotten botanical works. Read more ...

Like Joseph Stella's Paintings? You'll Love These Botanical Gardens

The New York artist didn't paint in South Florida. But in these tropical sanctuaries, you'll feel like you're ‘walking into one of his paintings.' Read more ...

The Painter Lari Pittman Reflects on His Art

With works on display at Art Basel Miami Beach and a retrospective in Mexico City, the painter reflects on his evolving art - and life. Read more ...

Best Jazz Albums of 2022

In a year of growth and reflection, the music stretched and relocated in often unpredictable ways. Read more ...

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Buenos Aires, Urban “Informality” in Historical Terms

Buenos Aires, Urban “Informality” in Historical Terms

Restos de una villa demolida, 1978. Image © Instituto de la Vivienda de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires "History of the villas in the city of Buenos Aires. From the origins to the... Read more ...

OMA's Expansion and Renovation Project of the Buffalo AKG Art Museum Will...

OMA's Expansion and Renovation Project of the Buffalo AKG Art Museum Will Open in May 2023

Courtesy of OMA New York The Buffalo AKG Art Museum (formerly known as the Albright-Knox Art Gallery ) has announced that it will welcome its first visitors on the 25th of May... Read more ...