“La Chute”, an immersive, post-apocalyptic environment imagined by the artist and designer Clémence Seilles and a group of her friends, opens this week at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.
This is the last week to go and see the exhibition “Building: Inside Studio Gang Architects” at the Art Institute of Chicago. The show presents the work by the Chicago-based architecture firm Studio Gang, which is headed by the charismatic Jeanne Gang.
The comprehensive showcase of new architecture fanzines, journals, and magazines from around the world is officially starting the Australian leg of its world tour at the RMIT Design Hub in Melbourne, and PIN–UP is honored to be part of it.
PIN–UP is proud to collaborate in the launch of the CRITICAL SPATIAL PRACTICE book series this Sunday, February 24th, at MoMA PS1 in New York, where a series of protagonists from the fields of architecture, art, philosophy, and literature will convene over cocktails and music.
New York-based friends of Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle have something to look forward to this week: the performance of Parsifal at the Metropolitan Opera. Some of the best seats are reserved for the 300+ members of the Metropolitan Opera Club, which boasts a fabulous, Angelo Donghia-designed restaurant on the Met's Dress Circle level.
Printed Matter's first ever annual L.A. Art Book Fair is opening this week at the MOCA Geffen Contemporary in Los Angeles and PIN–UP is proud to be among the inaugural exhibitors.