February 22, 2016 Shamsia Hassani and El Mac, ‘Ho Chi Minh City’, 2012. Photograph by the Propeller Group

“Art is stronger than war”: Afghanistan’s first female street artist speaks out – interview

Afghan artist boldly takes to the streets with a spray can and hope for a peaceful future. Shamsia Hassani, Afghanistan’s first female street artist, emerges as a spokesperson for women’s rights in Kabul. Art Radar spoke with the artist to find out more about visual arts in the post-conflict capital and her drive to prove art is […]

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Interview: Crashing Ocean Waves Frozen in Stunning Moments Captured by Clark Little

When surfing expert Clark Little‘s wife was looking for a photo of the ocean to decorate their bedroom wall with in 2007, Little decided to forego the random gallery print and take matters into his own hands. With the confidence of a seasoned wave chaser, the longtime Oahu resident bought waterproof photography gear, headed to […]

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February 20, 2015 image courtesy of studio olafur eliasson

Interview with artist Olafur Eliasson on Design Boom

Interview with artist olafur eliasson on Design Boom Since the founding of his studio in 1995, olafur eliasson has engaged audiences across the globe with an extensive and important body of work spanning sculpture, painting, photography, film, and installation. the danish/icelandic artist has set his monumental projects both in and around civic space and within […]

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October 25, 2014 Gehry: "There’s no sense of design, no respect for humanity or anything else"

Frank Gehry gives the finger to all new buildings (except his)

Frank Gehry gives the finger to all new buildings (except his) The architect Frank Gehry, designer of the Guggenheim Museum, has declared that 98 per cent of modern architecture is “s**t”. The put-down came after a journalist suggested his buildings are “showy” and another asked whether “emblematic buildings” such as his own would continue to […]

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Marco Djermaghian interview

Marco Djermaghian, an unconventional Iranian architect has actively sought in his practice to engage directly with the process of construction. Lately he has renovated and partially re-constructed the office building of a glass factory in Iran.  His purpose was to refine the traditions of his country to elemental simplicity, while transforming materials and surfaces through […]

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