JERUSALEM – How LEGO blocks can shed light on alternative ways of not only viewing, but also making art.
CANNES – With a dreamlike cave of precious crystals, None Collective’s immersive installation Lo specchio della nostra natura pays tribute to Italian cinema.
PARIS – The Danish fashion designer parades his eclectic, dramatic style in his solo exhibition at la Maison du Danemark.
MILAN – The historical exhibition designed by OMA revisits the first and only Italian department store’s creative efforts throughout the last century.
SEOUL – With minimal shapes and designs, Jinsik Kim shows the aesthetic and functional potential offered by materials alone in their purest form.
BUDAPEST – A cloud of price tags floating inside a shopping centre hides a little irony, as Kissmiklos makes a circular statement about consumerism.
VENICE – Artists Brigitte Kowanz and Erwin Wurm reflect on the Internet and its impact on the body, mobility and spatial experience.
VENICE – In the Danish Pavilion, Olafur Eliasson and other artists open doors for increased peer-to-peer interaction, dissolve physical boundaries and embrace the new.
MILAN – Archival footage comes back to life in the artist’s exploration of Italian public television, visual art, politics and entertainment.
Chaumont-sur-Loire – A digital garden nestled in a holographic dome invites visitors to awaken their senses and question the relationship between nature and artifice.
VENICE – Echoes of the Studio defies the constraints of physicality to create a global, immersive virtual musical experience live from the 57th Venice Biennale.
MILAN – Paola Pivi's fabulous feathered bears are back, posing in the la Rinascente windows in a surrealist statement against the mundane in the human condition.
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