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Everyone is gearing up for the 2012 London Olympics, even fast food franchises. The World's Largest McDonald's which seats up to 1,500 people was built to prepare for the onslaught of traffic, but the folks over at Burger King are taking a slightly different approach. A more artsy approach. More»
In 2009, one of the most celebrated choreographers of modern times, Pina Bausch, passed away, and the world of dance suffered a terrible loss. But her legacy lives on in "World Cities," a series of 10 works inspired by Bausch's residencies in 10 different international locales: India, Brazil, Palermo, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Budapest, Istanbul, Santiago, Rome, and Japan. More»
In her 60 years of ruling England, Queen Elizabeth II has inspired a lot of people -- no less so in the world of art. Everyone from Andy Warhol, to Annie Leibovitz, to Gilbert & George has captured Her Majesty in some form, ensuring her place as an icon and muse of the past century. More»
Just when bicycle culture couldn't get any cooler, Tokyo Bike brings a trendy Japanese twist to compact bicycle designs, as their wheels are built for urban cyclists. The Japanese brand recently launched their new store in London and celebrated by releasing 6 new bicycles which were customized by 6 rising artists. More»
Salon Vert, in association with Pelime.com recently hosted a survey of four contemporary UK artists in the new show Materializing Persepctives - Between Art and Design. Working at the cross-sections of art, design, science and architecture these artists looked beyond design and function to create provocative sculptures and installations. All photos HERE.
We like to check in with Banksy every so often. We're pretty sure the Brit has an inner New Yorker, which is why he stops into town every now and again. Between the pet shops, Keszler stops in Southampton and Houston Street murals; we're hooked. The timing for one of the artist's reality doses seems especially appropriate, now that we are in a grey zone somewhere between bottle service blow outs and thrift obsession, since supposedly the recession is over. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.