Category Archives: Architecture

John Martin , The Destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum (1822, restored 2011)

‘Ruin Lust’ at Tate Britain

At the risk of sounding shallow, the exhibition Ruin Lust seems to arrive 3 or 4 years late. Not that I would wish to equate art with fashion and its whimsical fads, but the obsession with the ruins of Modernism

John Martin , The Destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum (1822, restored 2011)

‘Ruin Lust’ at Tate Britain

At the risk of sounding shallow, the exhibition Ruin Lust seems to arrive 3 or 4 years late. Not that I would wish to equate art with fashion and its whimsical fads, but the obsession with the ruins of Modernism

Anna Halprin, City Dance, 1976-1977. Performance on the streets of San Francisco

Lines of flight: urban resistance, dreamscapes and social play

Some theoretical notes concerning the exhibition Desire Lines   Wayfarer, your footprints are the way, and nothing else; wayfarer, there is no path, you make the path by walking.1  Antonio Machado, Campos de Castilla, 1912 Exactly one hundred years ago,

Anna Halprin, City Dance, 1976-1977. Performance on the streets of San Francisco

Lines of flight: urban resistance, dreamscapes and social play

Some theoretical notes concerning the exhibition Desire Lines   Wayfarer, your footprints are the way, and nothing else; wayfarer, there is no path, you make the path by walking.1  Antonio Machado, Campos de Castilla, 1912 Exactly one hundred years ago,

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Meeting Mr. Sottsass

Last year, around early summer I started feeling the urge of interviewing Ettore Sottsass. I didnt know why  but it became a mission. I had come across with his Carlton room divider burned out and varnished with epoxy as a

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Meeting Mr. Sottsass

Last year, around early summer I started feeling the urge of interviewing Ettore Sottsass. I didnt know why  but it became a mission. I had come across with his Carlton room divider burned out and varnished with epoxy as a