Talking to Jacques Ferrier

Jacques Ferrier studied architecture in France and early in his career worked in London for Norman Foster. He then returned to Paris to establish his own practice in 1993. His most famous building, and the one that catapulted him to fame, is the French pavilion for the Shanghai World Expo in 2010.

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3 Fragen an SCOPIN

SCOPIN malt mit Asphalt. Was sich zunächst ungewöhnlich anhört, entpuppt sich bei  der  Betrachtung seiner Bilder schnell als faszinierendes und vielseitiges malerisches Mittel. Zum ersten Mal werden in Hamburg die seit 2012 entstandenen Asphaltbilder präsentiert.

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Glitter Unicorns, Babel Towers, and Giant Mushrooms: ARTPRESS at the Moderna Museet

After a long summer break, which most Swedes use to escape from the hustle of the city to the calm of the countryside, Stockholm’s galleries opened their doors to the public again. An opportunity we took to visit Sweden’s capital and its art world. Here are some insights on our experience with Stockholm’s Contemporary Art […]

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Hanna & Kerttu: FOREST POP

Somewhere halfway between Finland and Norway HANNA & KERTTU met – in a mystical world of colours – between reality and fiction. Forest Pop (out July 2015), the title of their upcoming album, describes the music perfectly. The organic character of the songs rises from the analog sounds of the forest – taken and morphed […]

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