IM Pei: an audacious daredevil who built the impossible

May 23, 2019

From his provoking Louvre pyramid to his inverted wedge for Dallas, the Chinese-American architect was too modern for his time but his angular wonders look perfect now So bold were IM Pei’s layouts, they were often regarded as wilfully controversial, designed to shock. But Pei himself never understood it like that. He was possibly the last living link to such founders of modernism as Bauhaus stalwarts Walter Gropius and Marcel…


Hold on to your hard hats: New York’s $475m Shed throws open its doors

April 25, 2019

BTAG 1 TTStarting a low carb Keto diet? In this video Heather introduces herself& explains losing load on the Keto diet( over 100 pounds)& shares assets on how … The escalators require determining and theres no barroom but the see must go on, as starrings from Ben Whishaw to Steve McQueen open NYCs firstly major new arts venue for decades Ben Whishaw is on stage, stripped to his underwear. Prosthetic…


‘It’s hidden history’: the race to save one man’s black Americana

September 18, 2018

From a slaves collar to segregation signs, Oran Z has expended times compiling often scandalizing mementoes of Americas racial battles. Now everything there is lies in shipping receptacles and no establishment will touch it Oran Z’s house is so crammed with black American memorabilia there is barely chamber to move. The hallways are lined with glass-fronted showing cabinets and plastic storage containers filled with everything from slave shackles to the…


Time for a revolution: how the art of 1968 caught a world in turmoil

May 21, 2018

It was the year hippy idealism made course to riot and struggle with objections in Paris, cisterns in Prague and black ability in the US. Guardian writers pick the crucial operate from that stormy time Photography :‘ The moment a number of countries lost its feel of self’ On 19 August 1968, Josef Koudelka turned over to Czechoslovakia from Romania, where he had been living among and photographing Romany Gypsies….


Hank Willis Thomas: why does America’s great protest artist think things are better under Trump?

October 25, 2017

He is one of Americas most outspoken artists. As his new demonstrate The Beautiful Game makes Britain, Hank Willis Thomas talks about sport as warfare and why race is a myth For some people, football is a matter of life and death. But for The Beautiful Game, his first solo UK show, is a riot of colour and vigour: dazzling patchwork collages of Premier League football tops; totem spars of…