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The Amsterdam-based team suggests allowing the cultural sector, hit hard by forced closures, to curate intermediate areas with temporary exhibitions accessible for all.
Beijing – Studio Jun Murata designed a minimal, all-white meditation tunnel with views to the outdoors, nestled within the Beijing Songzhuan art colony.
Venice – With two sprawling art and design shows in Venice, the European Cultural Centre lets visitors see the world through lenses and logics that are not their own.
Vilnius – The private institution reflects the past, present and future of the nation’s artists, inviting locals and tourists to understand Lithuanian heritage even better.
New York City – To upend the traditional typology of tattoo studios, Bang Bang NYC’s new flagship interiors aesthetically parallel ink against skin.
Namur, Belgium – The 8th annual KIKK Festival explores the convergence of technology and design to open the forum for global issues, with local intimacy.
Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.
ZURICH – Celebrating 25 years of partnership with Art Basel, UBS presents an exhibition of work by 94-year-old Carlos Cruz-Diez in the UBS Lounge.
AMSTERDAM – In the city’s newest shopping-cum-modern-art destination, mankind’s relationship with technology takes on new art forms.
Berlin – Appreciation of music is the focus of the newly opened Sonos Concept Store, which hosts live events and unique product demonstrations.
Leeuwarden, Netherlands – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.
TOKYO – In tribute to the work of Anish Kapoor, Rikako Nagashima’s installation examines the nature of spaces and our relationship with architecture.
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