Tag Archive: Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier: The Buildings, by Thames&Hudson

Le Corbusier: The Buildings, published by Thames&Hudson and conceived by Richard Pare and Jean-Louis Cohen is the authoritative voice on the work of the controversial Swiss-French architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (6 October 1887 – 27 August… Continue reading


  Following the inception of a contemporary art programme since 2013 and exhibitions by Xavier Veilhan, Daniel Buren, Dan Graham, Felice Varini and Jean Pierre Raynaud, Olivier Mosset’s upcoming exhibition at Marseille-Modulor MaMO… Continue reading

Simon Martin

  Simon Martin is the Director of Pallant House Gallery. He talks to Art is Alive about the future plans for the space, his favourite artists, the treasures of the gallery’s collection (including Richard Hamilton’s Swingeing… Continue reading

Yto Barrada for The Curve at the Barbican Centre

  Yto Barrada’s first solo show in a public gallery in London will be opening on 7th February at The Barbican. In 2018, The born-in-Paris Moroccan artist will transform The Curve into a… Continue reading

Matteo Muci’s short film features 20th century’s classic houses

Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye and Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House are among the five iconic houses featured in this short, cool and colourful animated film by Italian designer Matteo Muci. “Having to… Continue reading