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The amazing Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern Museum, London. Photographed by Tom Radenz
A giant 60-foot maze at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C created by Danish architects BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
Mercedes Benz Museum, in Stuttgart, Germany – designed by UN Studio and photographed by Maik Lipp
Amazing sculptures from the series ‘Suspended & Gravity Works’ (1984-2012),’ Later Hermetic Pierced Works’ (1988-1993) & ‘Later Single Lead Bodycase Works’ (1991-1995), by artist Antony Gormley
‘Through Hollow Lands’ – a geometric labyrinth of 200 fluorescent lights, is an art installation in 2012 by visual artists Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora of LILENTHAL|ZAMORA at Frye Art Museum in Seattle. /
Series of photos from the amazing thread typography installation called “Too much night again”, by Californian artist Pae White.
/// The artist is experimenting in his works often with fragile materials that are forming mass in space with large sculptures: ” In this instance Pae’s threaded installation forms a dark cloud of criss-crossed black and purple across the gallery roof with individual threads trailing back to the wall where they spell out motivational super graphics, reading TIGER TIME and UNMATTERING, inspired by recent bouts of insomnia.”
The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects and photographed by Jannes Linders /// The Stedelijk Museum is internationally known and renowned for its commendable collection of contemporary art. Although its collection is equivalent with the international top museums in this field, the building was outdated. With the position on the Museumplein (Museum square) in Amsterdam, where the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw also are situated, this created a great opportunity to be back at the top of the museums hit-list with this fantastic expansion. It’s smooth white volume, made from fiber enforced composite is also known as ‘the bathtub’.
The wonderful Teshima Art Museum with its open gallery space featuring a 25cm thick concrete shell with two elliptical openings open to the elements, designed by Tokyo-based architect Ryue Nishizawa and Japanese artist Rei Naito opened in 2010 for the Setouchi International Art Festival in the Takamatsu Port area of Japan. / photographs by Iwan Baan
View of the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum as seen from the Maquinho, the Museum’s Community Art Center. / Photo: Pablo Helguera / Architect: Oscar Niemeyer