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Reviving Art in Architecture: A Look at France's '1% for Art' Policy

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© chris-johnson/Unsplash Throughout various historical civilizations and art movements, from Classical Greece and Rome to the Renaissance and the Bauhaus, the collaboration between art and architecture has been a significant societal expression.

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Chola House / Art on Architecture

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© Prasanth Mohan architects: Art on Architecture Location: Chalissery, India Project Year: 2023 Photographs: Prasanth Mohan Area: 267.0 m2 Read more »

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Shaoxing Art School Transformation and Expansion / UAD

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The Shaoxing Art School, formerly known as the Zhejiang Shaoxing Opera Art Training Class, was completed and opened in 2003, with its current campus. Completed in 2022 in Shaoxing, China. Images by Zhao Qiang.

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5 Art Movements that Influenced Architecture

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Image © Kurt Schwitters, Merzbau, Hannover, 1933 | Philipp Rümmele As far as history goes back, art and architecture have always been interrelated disciplines. Read more »

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Coachella 2024 Installations Explore the Intersection of Art, Music, and Community

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Image © Lance Gerber The annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has opened in Los Angeles with a selection of large-scale art installations curated by the Public Art Company in collaboration with Paul Clemente. Dancing in the Sky / Morag Myerscough.

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Artist Mary Miss gains injunction against Des Moines Art Center's planned land art removal

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The lawsuit filed by artist Mary Miss in federal court in Iowa last month has gained a preliminary injunction over the alleged breach of contract stemming from the Des Moines Art Center’s planned removal of her outdoor sculpture piece Greenwood Pond: Double Site (1996).

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Converted grain silo opens as new art destination in southern Norway

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The overhaul of Arne Korsmo and Sverre Aasland’s original 1935 functionalist design evokes both the Tate Modern in London and Thomas Heatherwick ’s popular 2017 reimagining of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Alan Williams Photography, image courtesy Kunstsilo.

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