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Art World Roundup: More COVID-19, COVID-19, and Kanye West

In this week’s Art World Roundup we bring you more COVID-19 news and a little bit of Kanye West’s early artworks. LA arts project helping feed the community Having provided food for some of the most at-risk individuals in LA County for 30 years, Project Angel Food  (PAF) has partnered up with the grantLOVE project […]

Being at the house has us thinking about homes around the world. Here are 7 that take the cake.

How’s the new kitchen office setup? Have you Marie Kondo-ed your entire house within a very tidy inch of its life yet? With the new life norm of social distancing and self-isolation, the AFP has estimated that approximately 900 million people (roughly 600 million are under government mandates to do so) from in at least […]

Art Lesson: The history of Art Deco

Purpose of this lesson: Entering a new decade means entering into a new, exciting time. If you take a second to think about it, each decade of your life has brought on incredible new things, there have been times of uncertainty and prosperity, and as the 2020s are ushered in, it can be exciting, or […]

Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin to close after 88 years

The School of Architecture at Taliesin, established by Frank Lloyd Wright almost 90 years ago, will be closing its doors in June, after failing to come to a financial agreement with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The school released a heartfelt statement saying that its board was forced to make the “gut-wrenching decision” to close […]

Catalonian Superior Court of Justice rules in favour of Sagrada Familia, despite objection

For more than 100 years, Sagrada Familia Basilica has continued to grow, morph, and amaze visitors. The cranes around the structure have, at times, seemed to be part of the church, themselves. Now, though, the basilica plans to further keep up construction by adding a new stair way despite objection by locals. The church was […]

“Charlotte Perriand: Inventing a New World”

On the twentieth anniversary of the architect’s death, the Foundation pays her a tribute through an exhibit “that addresses the connection between art, architecture, and design”.

18 Shades of Gay going grey- iconic Montreal installation ending

For the last decade, if you were to take a walk through Montreal’s Gay Village- the vibrant and strongly LGBTQ+ neighbourhood along St. Catherine Street- you would be privy to a brilliant icon of joy and pride hanging above you. A vast stringing of multicoloured resin balls, aligned in spectral order, an atomized pride flag […]