Norm Architects Completes Warm And Tactile Interior For Copenhagen Restaurant

Danish practice Norm Architects used a palette of dark and warm materials combined with minimal tube lighting to create an “intimate and cosy atmosphere” at this wine bar and restaurant in Copenhagen. Copenhagen-based Norm Architects was tasked with designing the interior of new venue Nærvær, which is situated within a modern building in the Christianshavn area of the city.…

Trevor Horne Architects Completes 12-Sided Art Gallery In South London Park

London studio Trevor Horne Architects has completed a gallery and apartment building on the site of the former Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, featuring folded brickwalls topped with a glazed events space. The building on Tyers Street is the first permanent location for Cabinet Gallery, which was founded in Brixton in 1991 but had previously been operating from premises in…

The Current State Of The Art Market

A LOOK AT WHAT THE TEFAF ART MARKET REPORT HAS TO SAY FOR 2017: The European Fine Art Foundation, better known as TEFAF, has recently released its art market report – the prime measuring tool to measure the global art market’s health. This year’s edition was spearheaded by Professor Rachel A. J. Pownall and it…

Anis Kapoor at Lisson Gallery London

Anish Kapoor opened a major exhibition of new work at Lisson Gallery London. Taking place from 31st March until 6th May, the show explores the affective nature of painting from the multiple perspectives of Kapoor’s varied working practice. His art evinces overlapping dimensions, at once image and object, illusion and representation, substance and skin, surface and…

NYC Art and Culture Scene (Apr-May 2017)

New York City always has a red hot art and culture scene. Image courtesy of Cultivating Culture It’s springtime and everything is starting to bloom and boom in New York City. And with it there is an explosion of art events around the city. Public art installations, concerts, dance performances, exhibitions, the list can go on…

Impossible or I’m possible ?

“What we can or cannot do, what we consider possible or impossible, is rarely a function of our true capability. It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.” – Anthony Robbins The realists will say this is a lie, but we are what we think we are. What we consider…

By now, most of you have seen or are at least familiar with the “Fearless Girl” statue (shown in the blog’s featured image),which was recently erected opposite of Wall St.’s famous “Charging Bull” in Manhattan. The statue made its appearance on the eve of International Women’s Day (March 8th) and quickly drew crowds and national […]…