Adrain Searle gives his review of the Venice Biennale
. I make no secret that I prefer the more unvarnished edge of British arts writing (it IS where I got my start) and there is always something classic about the British take on Venice.
Then there is the huge Miami Convention Center design competition pitting Rem Koolhaas' OMA team vs. BIG
. To these eyes it is OMA's stunning integrations of indoor/outdoor park spaces and creative parking/shipping solutions that sets it apart. Art Basel Miami Beach would be so much more enjoyable with such interplay. The current and very old school design makes visitors feel like rats running a maze.
Benjamin Sutton kicks off part one of a five part series on light and space art with a look at the current leaders in the field
... and the Huffington Post wraps up their Venice blogging with some parting remarks
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