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A visit to the 'cocoon': Smiljan Radic's design for the 2014 Serpentine Pavilion

A visit to the 'cocoon': Smiljan Radic's design for the 2014 Serpentine Pavilion

For the past 14 years, the Serpentine Pavillion has become an iconic and respected landmark commission annually awarded to a leading architect.  The 2012 Pavilion was designed by Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron.  In 2013, Sou Fujimoto was the chosen one.  This year, it was Smilijan Radic.  And

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Museums (re) Opening in 2014

Museums (re) Opening in 2014

In the Art Newspaper's "Year Ahead" various interesting openings were highlighted: Re-Openings and Extensions: The British Museum is opening its World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre The Wellcome Collection is opening a redevelopment with a new thematic gallery to accommodate the extra visitors  Harvard Art Museums has expanded and renovated its

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"Object Oriented: Art, Archaeology and the Pursuit of Happiness" a blog by Alex Brey

"Object Oriented: Art, Archaeology and the Pursuit of Happiness" a blog by Alex Brey

"Object Oriented: Art, Archaeology and the Pursuit of Happiness" a blog by Alex BreyInteresting analyses, fun facts and insightful thoughts on the History of Art, including but not limited to early medieval palatial architecture in Europe, Islamic and Byzantine worlds.

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