For those who haven’t yet seen it, PIN–UP highly recommends a visit to the exhibition Millenium Magazines in the Education Building of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, which will run for another week, until May 14, 2012.
PIN–UP Magazine invited five contemporary New York artists to reinterpret a Berlin design classic. The results, which will be published in the forthcoming PIN–UP BERLIN SPECIAL Spring Summer 2012, will be shown for the first time during Milan Design Week 2012.
HIGHER ATLAS, an exhibition curated by Carson Chan and Nadim Samman as part of the 4th annual Marrakech Biennale. PIN–UP is proud to be part of this “international gathering of performance, screening and debate” by presenting MENDEEL UM A7MAD (NxIxSxM), the latest multi-media work by Fatima Al Qadiri and Khalid al Gharaballi.
Can't get enough of ARCHIZINES? Come to the Do you read me?! Reading Room on Potsdamer Strasse in Berlin this Saturday at 5 p.m. and get your fix.
Archizines, the show that celebrates and promotes the recent resurgence of alternative and independent architectural publishing from around the world, is coming to Barcelona — and PIN–UP is thrilled to be part of it.
The carefully arranged READING ROOM at Do You Read Me?!'s Potsdamer Strasse location in Berlin, featuring a selection of favorite reads by the likes of Carson Chan, Suzanne Demisch, Elein Fleiss, Marianne Goebl, Konstantin Grcic, Jörg Koch, Mateo Kries, Niklas Maak, Markus Miessen, Jonathan Monk, Alex Mustonen, Stefan Sagmeister, Jerszy Seymour, Marco Velardi, among others. Below is the list by PIN-UP's Felix Burrichter...