In this section, we dedicate a visual spread to art activations in public spaces around the globe, investigating the blurred lines between art and architecture. The pictorial essay shown here draws from our recent travels in Istanbul, Minsk, New York, and San Francisco.
Terreform ONE and Mitchell Joachim. Cricket Shelter: A Modular Insect Farm. 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco
Rafael Domenech. Tactics for a new architecture (excerpts from Severo). 2019. Detail of Searching the Sky for Rain. Sculpture Center, New York, 2019. Styrene, 3M adhesive, fluorescent light bulbs, vinyl, building. Dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Photography by Kyle Knodell
Kengo Kuma and Associates, Exteriors of Odunpazarı Modern Art Museum Courtesy of Odunpazari Modern Art Museum. Photography by Batuan Keskine
Clap studio. Mist. 2019. Installation view designed for Minsk Design Week 2019. Image courtesy of the artists. Photography by Alexandra Kononchenko
Firelei Báez. 19.604692°N 72.218596°W. 2019. Part of En Plein Air. A High Line Commission. On view April 2019 – March 2020. Courtesy of the artist and A High Line, New York
Allan Kaprow. Yard, 1990. Car tyre 22 x 64 cm. Donated to the Arter Collection by René Block. Courtesy of the artist and Arter. Photography by Hadiye Cangökçe
Gülsün Karamustafa. Mystic Transport. 1992. 20 pieces of moving iron baskets and quilts. 90 x 60 x 45 cm each. Exhibition view of What Time is It? at Arter. Courtesy of the artist and Arter. Photography by Cihan Küçük