Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Ellsworth Kelly - Photographs

via, Currently showing at Matthew Marks Gallery in NYC

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Nikolay Polissky - The towers of Nikola-Lenivets

Hay Tower (2000),  Lighthouse on Ugra (2004),  Firewood Tower (2001), Media Tower (2002)


Saturday, 7 February 2015

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Zanderroth Architekten - Ch39

Zanderroth Architekten (2014)
New development of a residential building at Christinenstrasse 39, Berlin-Mitte

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Michael Light - Lake Las Vegas

Photographer Michael Light

read/see more here and here

Sunday, 1 June 2014

Katharina Roters - Hungarian Cubes

The Magyar Kocka, or Hungarian Cube, is a standardized type of residential house in Hungary that dates back to the 1920s. It was designed as a radically functional single-family home for Budapest’s suburbs and housing projects, but it became closely identified with the postwar communist era, when many villages were rebuilt with uniform rows of single-family homes, and the Hungarian Cube—often renamed the Kádár Kocka, after Hungary’s communist president, János Kádár, became ubiquitous.

Katharina Roters explores the one aspect of the Magyar Kocka that could be individualized: the ornamental decorations on their facades. Roters strips the houses she photographs of all surplus details, clearing out fences, railings, antennas, road signs, power lines, and the like, which enables the viewer to focus on the ornaments—and to see how they offered a rare opportunity for individualism and even protest under the conformity of the communist system.