Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980 | MoMA LIVE

The Museum of Modern Art is exploring the architecture of the former Yugoslavia with "Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980," the first...

Serpentine Gallery: Thinking and Becoming: Art and Architecture

Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron, Michael Craig-Martin and Hiroshi Sugimoto discuss with Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist the concepts behind the Serpentine...

Peter Walker – The National 9/11 Memorial | School of Architecture | Academy of Art University

Landscape Architect Peter Walker, of PWP Landscape Architecture, starts the School of Landscape Architecture's 2013 Fall Lecture Series with an inspiring presentation of his...

From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried | Carrie Mae Weems | UNIQLO ArtSpeaks

Artist Carrie Mae Weems’ installation "From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried" is a “somber poem” about American racial injustice. Subscribe for our...

Interview Marathon 2006: Charles Jencks

Leading artists, writers, musicians and directors took part in the Serpentine's first 24-hour Interview Marathon in the park. Developed and hosted by Hans Ulrich...

Unfinished business—Michelangelo and the Pope

Michelangelo, Bearded Slave, Atlas, Awakening Slave, and Young Slave, 1520s (Accademia, Florence) A conversation with Dr. Steven Zucker and Dr. Beth Harris source

Abraham Cruzvillegas on Mexico City – ‘It’s Something Alive’ | Artist Cities

Abraham Cruzvillegas explains how his practice of autoconstrucción evolved from the contradictory and precarious elements of life which give the city a new shape...

Slow Art Experience: Elizabeth Catlett’s Seated Woman

Relax, practice mindfulness, and discover the joy of looking slowly at art through this guided looking experience with Elizabeth Catlett's Seated Woman sculpture. #SlowArtExperience #STLArtMuseum source UCJC4_aHKRSUmbvOwlqJ0ANg

Roman Ondák at the Venice Biennale 2009 | TateShots

The artist Roman Ondák is known for making artworks so subtle that many people dont know they are there at all. A piece in...