Last summer we explored architectural designs and plans for The Broad – See codylee.co/the-broad.
As the project nears completion, we had an exclusive sneak peek on February 15 in advance of the museum’s September 20 opening.
The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair returns to the desert this week with an impressive selection of 66 modern and contemporary art galleries. In its fourth edition this year, the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair is already as large as Art Los Angeles Contemporary and seems ready to surpass the longer running LA Art Show as the premier West Coast art fair.
The art world was full of superlatives in 2014. New museums opened, fairs and auctions set records, and we added fairtigue, biennihilism, and crapstraction to our ArtSpeak vocabularies. With 2014 behind us, let’s review the best of the year and preview what’s ahead in 2015.
Weekend Reading, a summary of the week’s art news from codylee.co. Fairs and new developments in Miami lead the headlines this week. Continue reading →
Weekend Reading, a summary of the week’s art news from codylee.co.
Highlights this week include museum expansions, auction headlines, and forthcoming exhibitions.
It has been a great few weeks – indeed, a great year – for new museum buildings. It gets even better this weekend when the Harvard Art Museums will open a new building. The incredible structure, designed by Renzo Piano, unites Harvard’s three separate museums under a vast glass roof.
This weekend, the Palm Springs Art Museum will open its new Architecture and Design Center in a restored mid-century modern building. The A+D Center is an important extension of the museum’s facilities as well as its exhibitions and programs.
Introducing Weekend Reading,
a summary of recent art news from codylee.co
On October 27, the new museum building for the Fondation Louis Vuitton will open in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. It was designed by the Los Angeles-based starchitect Frank Gehry with the patronage of the French businessman Bernard Arnault.
In Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Ólafur Elíasson has transformed the museum’s South Wing into a rocky river landscape with a site-specific installation combining nature, architecture, and art.