Tag: Public art
Black Chapel: Serpentine Pavilion 2022, created by Theaster Gates
Carol Ann Dixon’s illustrated review of ‘Black Chapel’ – an architectural structure designed by Chicago-born contemporary visual artist and arts scholar Theaster Gates as the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion. This major public art commission is on view in Kensington Gardens, London, through to October 16th, 2022.
En Plein Air: Reflections of a ‘Black Flaneuse’ in New York
As I look back to document a few more reflections on my mid-February trip to New York, the memories that immediately return (writing three months on) create a remembrance that seems much more vivid than is typical when recounting past life experiences over that space of time. Moreover, the thoughts that have come back to…
RC21 International Conference: ‘The Ideal City: between myth and reality. Representations, policies, contradictions and challenges for tomorrow’s urban life’ (27-29 August 2015 – Urbino, Italy)
The RC21 Conference 2015 (The Ideal City: between myth and reality…’) will be hosted by the School of Social and Political Sciences – Department of Economics, Society, and Politics at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy. It has been organised to enable sociologists, geographers, urbanists, town planners, artists and other creative professionals to consider…