Tuesday December 12, 2017

Architecture & Urbanism

Alexandre Arrechea’s “Black Sun” Hits Times Square

In New York’s Times Square, every night this past week at 11:50 p.m., a new element has been added to the usual urban mix: a giant wrecking ball bouncing off the cylindrical, eight-story tower of the NASDAQ building at 43rd Street and Broadway. For ten minutes, the ball smashes against the building repeatedly—only to vanish at midnight.

Seduced by Havana: Images by Cathryn Griffith

When American photographer Cathryn Griffith journeyed to Cuba in 2003, she discovered music, the Cuban mojito, and the equivalent of an urban architectural museum. In the streets of Havana, Griffith found styles dating from the late 19th century onward: Eclecticism, Neo-Gothic, Edwardian, Art Noveau, Art Deco, and mid-century Modernism—all transformed by the impact of the Cuban Revolution on January 1, 1959.

Factoría Habana Opens in Cuban Capital

Factoria Habana, new cultural center in the Old Havana section of the Cuban capital, opened on December 18 with Antecomienzo (Before Beginning), a group show that will run through April 2010.

Los Carpinteros in San Diego

Works by the internationally acclaimed Cuban art group Los Carpinteros are currently on view in Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art, an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD).
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