ART, CULTURE, SCIENCE & TECH

HUMAN VIBRATIONS

A city is never a passive environment: it is an echo chamber for all the vibrations constantly created and modulated by its inhabitants. … more

ART, CULTURE

CHINESE MEMORY

With Tiananmen anniversary in all heads, we explore who are the Chinese artists leading the move towards a social change.… more

ARCHITECTURE, ART, CULTURE

CALDER AFTER THE WAR – PACE GALLERY LONDON

We analyse how Pace builds on a durable system of forces in a market major evolution.… more

ART, PHOTOGRAPHY

EXPO PHOTO: LIVE & WORK IN HONG KONG

EXPO PHOTO LIVE AND WORK IN HONG KONG I am what I am I’m made that way What more do you want What do you want from me Jacques Prévert And God creat… more

ART, PHOTOGRAPHY

ROTHKO | SUGIMOTO

Dark Paintings and Seascapes pairs eight acrylic paintings by Rothko and eight gelatin silver prints by Sugimoto, revealing two different artistic app… more

CRAFTS, CULTURE, GASTRONOMY

HERVE FORT: HOW TO REBUILD IMMATERIAL VALUE

in conversation with Hervé Fort, head of Les Crayères on how he rebuilt the immaterial value of this old French demeure.… more

GASTRONOMY, OENOLOGY

CHAMPAGNE IS A TERROIR: PHILIPPE JAMESSE, LES CRAYERES, RHEIMS.

Philippe Jamesse on why Champagne wines are more and more focussing on their terroir, telling their identity differently.… more

CULTURE, SCIENCE & TECH

ADDRESSING INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE COMFORT: Olatunbosun Obayomi

The Nigerian microbiologist draws inspiration from the city and its systems, and his thoughts on how these systems can address individual and collecti… more

ARCHITECTURE, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY

HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: ETERNITY IN NAOSHIMA.

Naoshima is a world of complicity between Art and Culture. When Art Intelligence revives its own cultural roots.… more

ARCHITECTURE, ART

LONDON’S SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION: ART x ARCHITECTURE

Architects Herzog & de Meuron collaborate with Ai Weiwei on 2012 London's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. Interview...… more