Enlightenment in the Dark at the Turner Prize

James Richards, 'Rosebud 2013' HD Video 13 minutes, Courtesy the Artist, Cabinet, London and Rodeo, Istanbul The Turner Prize nominees exhibit mostly in the dark this year, reliant as they are – with the exception of Ciara Phillips – on the medium of video. Huddled away in a corner of Tate Britain, the pieces are most suitable for the particularly contemplative observer: one willing to sit still for over two hours considering sexually explicit images that have fallen foul of Japanese censors (James Richards); the rise of capitalism (Duncan Campbell); and frenzied ramblings influenced by experimental poet Henri Chopin (Tris Vonna-Michell). The answer as to who must win, then, surely hinges on which artist is able to make the unlit and long-winded wonderful.

Blau Projects Gallery by ARKIZ

The gallery occupies a narrow site in São Paulo’s creative hub, Vila Madalena. Brazilian firm ARKIZ adds to the vibrant creative scene in Vila Madalena, converting a mechanical workshop into a fresh gallery space for Blau Projects.

Out Now

With Frame 's centennial issue now behind us, we embark upon the next hundred issues by asking 'is this a fad, or is it the future?'

Paradigm Store by HS Projects

Maria Nepomuceno, 'Untitled' 2011, Installation view #2 It’s the last week to catch the  Paradigm Store  takeover, which saw HS projects transform a five story office building into an immersive exhibition space, looking at the relationship between art and design.

Ma Yansong Unveils Design for George Lucas Museum

MAD architects founder Ma Yansong recently revealed the first renderings of his firm's Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. Designed for a prominent lakefront site in Chicago, the project will house the private collection of Star Wars creator George Lucas.

Do You Really Belong in New Orleans?

Tavares Strachan's "You belong here" installation urges New Orleans to think about the implications of changing population.

World’s Tallest Contemporary Wood Building Opens in Canada

On October 31st, the Wood Innovation and Design Centre (WIDC)—a 96-foot-tall, 51,000 square foot structure built almost entirely out of engineered wood components—opened in Prince George, British Columbia.

Kop van Lombok by AMR

The building lies on the border between Lombok and the Centraal Station zone in Utrecht. The proposed apartment blocks on a contentious site in Utrecht have been in the works for seventeen years.

۳٫۱ Phillip Lim by Campaign

The 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship in Manhattan is the latest in a string of Campaign-designed stores. Bringing an edgy touch to an otherwise classic space, Campaign delivers the 3.1 Phillip Lim flagship in Manhattan’s NoHo district.

The Future of Fashion is Now

Mintdesigns - Hokuto Katsui and Nao Yagi project a grid onto their mannequins. More than fifty fashion designers from around the world share their innovative visions at Rotterdam's Museum Boijmans van Beuningen.

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