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Lebbeus Woods was a singular figure in architecture. He was an outsider, yet quietly influential to architectural thinking over the past three decades. He was a humanist, a deconstructionist, a utopian, a critical thinker, and often misunderstood. Lebbeus asked radical questions of architecture, questions that Architecture as a discipline was hardly capable of answering. His… Read More


http://www.resonantcity.net/rc/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/RC_TOP.jpg The 14th Venice Architecture Biennale is now one month into its extended six-month run. Rem Koolhaas of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) is its curator and with his appointment came two demands, tadalafil a longer preparation (2 years) and exhibition run (6 months).  Koolhaas chose the title, sildenafil Fundamentals, symptoms implying a return… Read More


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Edward Burtynsky is a large format landscape photographer known for his beautiful, click often sublime, about it photographs of the altered landscape. His photographs are saturated and depict different landscapes that result from extracting natural resources and now, for sale water. His new film Watermark, co-directed with Jennifer Baichwal, follows his obsession with water usage… Read More


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Gun Machine is a tightly wound, and little beast of a detective novel. The story begins with two NYC detectives who stumble into an explosive situation. An angry, order naked man with a shotgun is set off by an eviction notice and threatens to kill his neighbors in his run-down apartment building. One of the… Read More


Photomontage is a technique that has long been used by artists to create new visions of reality. Its use can be traced back to the origins of photography; double exposures and cut and pasted layers were common enough even in the beginning. In the modern era, web it became especially prominent in the Dadaist work… Read More


The Hirschorn Museum and Sculpture Garden was built to house the Hirschorn art collection, prostate acquired by the Smithsonian in 1965. It was designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, visit this site Owings, and Merril and opened in 1974. The site previously held the large red brick Medical Museum which was demolished to make room… Read More