On my way into Copenhagen for a contemporary architectural tour. I’m interested to see if new Danish architecture is really such a BIG deal. . . (sorry, couldn’t resist). Trivia: I was surprised to find out that Copenhagen is actually … Continue reading
I am humbled to have just been shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards 2012 in the Open – Architecture category. This image was one of nine chosen from 52,323 entries. All the shortlisted and commended images will be exhibited … Continue reading
Piano & Rogers in the 70’s. The Pompidou is, similar to the Tate, one of our favourite places to ‘hang out’. The public space and the daily events provide an amenity that should exist in any modern city.
The Modern art gallery in Prague, Veletržní palác, was built in 1929 and holds an enormous collection of 20th Century art including mostly Czech work but also international artists such as Picasso. The classic modernist building was originally an exhibition hall and … Continue reading
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The lobby of the Tate was in the dark this week in preparation for an upcoming film installation by Tacita Dean ( per the rumours). I had never seen the space lit up with just the glowing balcony boxes.
Heathrow airport approach and on the tarmac.
The ‘off shore’ series is an ongoing catalog of the ships that pass through the Port of Vancouver. As seen from above, the ships reveal the enormous scale of these manmade landscapes and the conflicting ways that we ‘consume’ the … Continue reading