More than any other Korean director, the films and reputation of Kim Ki-duk have been characterized by a sense of disconnect. Kim himself disavows any commonalities with other Korean filmmakers […]
Every year when the Tour de France kicks off, I’ll spot a few improbably enthusiastic fans scattered along every extremity of its route, waiting for a chance to wave and […]
In 1992, the Guggenheim Museum in New York held the inaugural show for its new – and what would turn out to be short-lived – downtown art gallery in SoHo. The opening was memorable not for the art within, but the action outside. To enter the exhibition the great and the good of the New York art world…
The Case Study Program was the brainchild of John Entenza, who had announced it in the January 1945 edition of Arts and Architecture magazine. Entenza’s goal was to encourage architects to design and build low cost modern houses for real clients, using industrial materials donated by manufacturers.
Marrie Bot (The Netherlands, 1946) has worked as a photographer for more than thirty years. For her documentary work she often chooses universal human themes that are surrounded by a taboo. […]
Over the past decade or so she has gone from being the Architect Who Never Got Anything Built to someone who can’t stop building. At the turn of the millennium […]
In 1964, still leaving the dream of their recently gained independence, Zambia started a space program that would put the first african on the moon catching up the USA and […]