Posts Tagged ‘Ilya Kabakov’

Emilia and Ilya Kabakov: Artists’ Talk

Just watched a 2005 interview with the Kabakovs available as a podcast on the Tate webpage.

Myths and Habits in The Improvised City

Last Thursday Julian Worrall’s Llabo hosted a lecture by young Dutch designers Krijn Christiaansen and Kathelijne Montens. The two presented a variety of practical and whimsical projects intended to accommodate public spaces in Tokyo and surrounding areas. Unlike the overly sleek areas such as the Tokyo Midtown or Shiodome, Christiaansen and Montens’s urban landscape projections […]