スケジュール: Mon - Thu 11 am - 6 pm | Fri - Sat 11 am - 7 pm | Sun 12 pm - 6 pm
チケット: Free admission
ロケーション: Japan House London
住所: 101-111 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 5SA
How you ever asked yourself what your relationship with your dog would be like if it involved serious architecture? The architectural studio Asif Khan presents a line of surfaces in sheep’s wool, somewhere between a table and a rug, and the warmth of a cozy little nook destined to become the highpoint of any home, thus placing the dog at the centre of attention - a playful refuge in which a black dog would literally disappear. This and plenty of other ideas are on hand at this unusual event at Japan House, the first gallery in Europe to host the exhibition Architecture for Dogs. Conceived and directed by Hara Kenya of the Nippon Design Center, in collaboration with the co-founder Julia Y.C. Huang of Imprint Lab, the exhibition - which involves the participation of top designers and architects - was first presented at Design Miami in 2012. It included 13 works. It has grown since then and received high praise on its tours through Japan, China and Brazil.
When Art is Adrenalin. In Orbit with Carsten Höller and Anish Kapoor
Climb up the highest sculpture in the United Kingdom and slide down the vertiginous tunnel of the Slide - it’s happening in the East End where the ArcelorMittal Orbit brings back the thrills of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Protest and Tenderness - Zanele Muholi at the Tate Modern
Over 260 photos retrace the entire career of the South African activist, documenting their multifaceted life as an outspoken part of South Africa’s gay, lesbian, trans, queer and intersexual community.
More than 50 artists, half a millennium of art and the immense variety of the planet’s cultures - a fascinating journey awaits at the Camden Art Centre, exploring the intimate tie between humans and plants.