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"Schaustelle", experimental exhibition space München
München (Germany), 2013
While the Pinakothek der Moderne was closed for reforms, a temporary scaffolding structure of some twenty metres high explored new ways of exhibiting art while providing a venue for workshops, film screenings and public events.
Danish Maritime Museum
Helsingør (Denmark), 2013
An old dry dock in the Kronborg Castle shipyard, forsaken witness to its industrial past, has been transformed into a courtyard giving natural light and access to the new underground Danish National Maritime Museum.

Shared Spaces

"The concept of 'public space' is an instrument of power which distracts us from what the real city is"
Interview with Juan José Lahuerta
Shared Spaces interviews Juan José Lahuerta, architect, head of collections at the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) and holder of the King Juan Carlos I Chair of Spanish Culture and Civilization at New York University (NYU).


"Under siege"
Symposium at the CCCB | 16 September - 3 November
As a complementary activity to the “Under siege” installation, journalists, researchers and activists will come together in four different sessions to discuss present-day cases of wars and analyse new aspects of the contemporary siege.


The future of our planet depends on cities.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and Guardian Cities want you to share the ideas that are transforming our metropolis for the better.
A new lecture series begins at LSE Cities
The program by the London School of Economics focusing on cities icluds talks as "A City Worth Fighting For" (Adam Greenfield, 16/09/14) or "Lighting the Local" (22/09/14).