Renaud Marion’s flying cars

Renaud Marion dreams of flying cars. His Air Drive series are almost retro-style images celebrating at once the glorious days of the automobile and the futuristic transport of tomorrow. Inspired by science fiction films and artists – the Star Wars landspeeder and soaring machines by French artist Moebius to name a few – here nine wheel-less hovercrafts, each based on a vintage classics, serenely float above the ground. #gallery-1... Read More

Constructing Worlds: Architectural Photography

Should architecture photography look beyond documenting the built environment? This is the question raised by Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age, the latest exhibition at London’s Barbican Art Gallery. Here the curators have set out to explore the power of photography to reveal wider truths about our society. And it is an interesting glimpse into our world. The Barbican Centre, itself a utopian statement and... Read More

Light from the Middle East

A new exhibition has opened in London that sets out to remedy the under-representation of Middle Eastern photography in UK collections. Light from the Middle East: New Photography features more than 90 works by some of the most exciting artists from the region. This is an intriguing exhibition that reveals the creative responses to the social challenges and political upheavals that have shaped the Middle East over the past 20 years. The photographs... Read More

London Design Festival 2012

The London Design Festival opened yesterday at its main hub, the V&A. The festival sees a host of designers, showrooms, design organisations and retailers participating in over 200 events across the city. For a dramatic entrance to the V&A, designer Dominic Harris of Cinimod Studio has collaborated with lighting specialist Philips to create a temporary lighting installation in the underground tunnel entrance to the museum. Inside the... Read More

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