When Klaus Biesenbach took over as director of Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art in October, he was immediately intrigued by some of the architectural details of the museum’s Grand Avenue building.
Welcome to the weekend! I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, and I’ve been jamming to reggaeton as I round up the week’s essential arts news: ISOZAKI WINS THE PRITZKER Arata
Exhibition of the week Hew Locke Witty assemblage art that uncovers the darkness of Britain’s imperial history. • Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, until 2 June. Also showing Anthea Hamilton In an exhibition The
He’s designed an inflatable concert hall, an underground sports arena and envisaged entire cities floating above the earth’s surface. Now, at 87 years of age, Arata Isozaki has been crowned the winner
(CNN) — Eminent Japanese architect Arata Isozaki has won the Pritzker Prize, the "Nobel of architecture," it was announced Tuesday. The prize's jury said the 87-year-old had been named 2019's Pritzker
The most prestigious prize in architecture has been awarded to the Japanese architect. This year's Pritzker Prize, the most coveted accolade in the world of architecture, has been awarded to Arata Isozaki.
Will it finally get the recognition it deserves? It can be easy to overlook the role that MOCA’s red sandstone fortress, embedded deep in Bunker Hill, played in wooing a wave of contemporary architecture
The winner of the 46th Pritzker Architecture Prize was announced on Tuesday: Arata Isozaki, an architect, urban designer and theorist. So what is this award? And why is it so important? The Pritzker Prize