The European Landscape Biennial has become a point of reference for European landscape design and has expressed the desire to investigate and debate landscape intervention from the perspective of its own discipline and from the viewpoint of other fields in..
Schraivogel was born in 1960 in Lucerne, Switzerland. He studied at the Zurich School of Design and, upon his graduation in 1982, opened his own graphic design studio in Zurich. Long-term clients include Film Podium, the Zurich repertory cinema, and the Zu..
The results of this Biennial are always eagerly sought by an art aficionados. Setting a fast pace in innovation by using video-based imagery, 19 select Australian artists show contemporary society and problems of the human condition in art by merging tradi..
With contributions from leading scholars, this book examines the European Union in a theoretically informed, empirically grounded manner. The book begins by exploring the evolving nature of the European polity and its capacity for change. This is the fifth..
The 2011 biennale surveyed three genres curated by Lu Peng (for art), Ou Ning (for design) and Zhi Wenjun (for architecture). Participating artists, architects and designers include Zhang Xiaogang, Zhou Chunya and Yue Minjun as well as artists from Japan, ..
Detroit City Is the Place to Be is one of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Best Books of 2012Once America’s capitalist dream town, Detroit is our country’s greatest urban failure, having fallen the longest and the farthest—and, finally, into the largest ..