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On View> Yusuke Asai paints with mud at Houston’s Rice Gallery

yamatane Rice Gallery 6100 Main Street, Houston, Texas Through November 23 yamatane, on view now at Rice Gallery in Houston, is a site-specific installation by Japanese artist Yusuke Asai. Created in just under two weeks by Asai and a team of student volunteers working around the clock, yamatane is composed of pigments made from soil […]
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On View> Installation exposes earthquake country in Silver Lake, Los Angeles

Domus Materials and Applications 1619 Silver Lake Blvd Through Spring 2015 You can’t tell at first glance, but Silver Lake gallery Materials & Applications is measuring the ground shaking beneath your feet. Their newest installation, Domus, by D.V. Rogers, detects worldwide seismic activity measured by the US Geological Survey and reveals it with a 7-foot-tall, […]
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On View> Encountering the City: The Urban Experience in Contemporary Art

Encountering the City: The Urban Experience in Contemporary Art Kemper Art Museum at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Washington University in St. Louis 1 Brookings Dr., St Louis, MO Through January 4, 2015 Encountering the City: The Urban Experience in Contemporary Art, an exhibition arriving at the Kemper Art Museum in […]
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Tour 150 of Chicago’s architectural gems this weekend for free at Open House Chicago

Open House Chicago is this weekend, October 18 and 19, when 150 of the city’s architectural gems—both new and old, well-known and obscure, public year-round and off-limits but for now—open their doors to enthusiasts of the built environment, free of charge. Last year’s event built on 2012’s, the second go-around for this increasingly popular festival […]
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On View> Architecture & Design Film Festival lights up New York

Architecture & Design Film Festival Tribeca Cinemas 54 Varick Street, New York 212.941.2001 It’s that time of year again, when the Architecture & Design Film Festival brings a bouquet of moving image portraits about the built environment and the creators behind them to New York. From October 5–19 at Tribeca Cinemas, you can catch the U.S. […]
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On View> “Home: My San Francisco” traces domestic space and identity

Home: My San Francisco AIA San Francisco Center For Architecture + Design Gallery San Francisco Through October 31 Home: My San Francisco is an exhibition designed by Julie Blankenship in collaboration with photographer Julie Sadowski examining the rapidly evolving design of domestic space in response to changing views of identity, family, work, life, technology, and sustainability. […]
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Iconic works by Paul Rudolph to be celebrated in Sarasota, Florida

In 1948, Paul Rudolph was residing at the American Academy in Rome. He had traveled there to study classical architecture, but was instead spending his days designing modern houses for Sarasota, Florida. In fact, Sarasota, according to Timothy Rohan who has recently published a monograph on Rudolph, made a huge impression on the architect and defined […]
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The Detroit Design Festival is on view through Sunday

The Detroit Design Festival is underway, featuring 30 design events and 500 designers through Sunday, September 28. Panel discussions, art installations and flash-mob style gatherings are all on the docket for the six-day festival, which is sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3) launched the festival in 2011 […]
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