After four months of refurbishments and 450 million dollars of investment in its facilities, MoMA has reopened its doors with an exhibition space expansion, in which the real value of the remodelling is not a matter of metres, but the creation of a space which reformulates the experience between people and art in the Museums.
One century after being founded, “The Bauhaus Association” commemorates the German school that laid the foundations for modern design with a big array of activities.
An extensive cultural programme which rediscovers the historical legacy of the Bauhaus, championing its influence in our present and future.
Known as ‘The Manhattan of the Meuse’, this city welcomes, exhibits and tries out the new artistic trends in each of it different areas.
The 50 artworks on show here are interactive and change according to the presentation carried out by the 520 computers and the 470 projectors in the room. Located on the Japanese island of Odaiba, this space is the result of work done by the artistic group, TeamLab Borderless and the MORI Building company.
Although it is right in the centre of Madrid, this exposition is like a private place where one can find the very latest in technology, science, medicine, games and animation.
Every year, the British capital showcases both new and artistic trends to promote the resources and creative possibilities that the city has.