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  •              Wal-Chong Museum is not a work of architecture but a translation into a built landscape of the work of contemporary Korean artist Lee Wal-Chong. The much discussed theme of the boundaries between art and architecture and the collaboration between artists and architects, finds in this work an answer as […]


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  • City as Canvas explores the cultural phenomenon of New York City graffiti art, beginning with historical photographs of graffiti long erased from subways and buildings, and delving into paintings and sketchbooks collected by Martin Wong (1946–1999). Graffiti emerged as a powerful form of self-expression in New York City in the 1970s. With Wong and his […]


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MoNo carried out an exhibition of installation art in a suburb of Vienna Austria, as an official project of the 140 anniversary friendship for Japan and Austria that two countries embassies promoted. This was a part of the activities as guests of “Artist in Residence Krems” that is an artist invitation system of the State […]


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Nathalie Dewez has just completed the installation of a monumental chandelier for the Great Hall of the Mudam in Luxembourg. Made-to-measure chandelier for the MUDAM – Contemporary Art Museum: This lamp is an order from the Mudam Museum for the Fifth Anniversary of the Museum in July 2011. It has been realised with the french […]


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The first step was to remove vehicular traffic by concentrating all the road connections and services on the south-east side of the squares, thereby freeing up a generously expansive central space for citizens’ use. The space, which is very irregular in shape and which has a strongly marked perimeter, is geometrically structured and arranged through […]


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