Composition

Frederick Childe Hassam

Childe Hassam-avenue of the allies great britain 1918-1918

‘Avenue of the Allies, Great Britain’ (1918) by Childe Hassam


Remco Torenbosch

Remco Torenbosch EU Research 02

Prix de Rome exhibition at De Appel in Amsterdam of Remco Torenbosch. Starting 25 october 2013. Other contestants: Christian Friedrich, Falke Pisano, Ola Vasiljeva//Naamsvermelding fotograaf is verplicht/ Photographer's name must be stated at all times.

Remco Torenbosch EU, 2011-2014-1

Remco Torenbosch, ‘EU’ (2011-2014)

An investigation into the history and production of the blue flag of the European Union designed by Arsène Heitz and Paul Lèvy in 1955. The presentation shows a collection of textile fabrics made in the European blue color code by the still existing weaving mills in the European Union. Although the color code for the EU flags is mandated, because of the differing production processes in each country and at each mill, it can still vary, resulting in a wide diversity of blue tints, as seen in this collection.


AMO

The-Barcode-A-European-Flag-proposal-by-AMO

‘The Barcode’, a proposal for a European flag, by AMO, the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)’s research studio.


John Körmeling

breeedewegschets

‘Socialized Road’ by John Körmeling.


Rem Koolhaas

Rem Koolhaas, Drawing of Dreamland, 1977

Rem Koolhaas, ‘Drawing of Dreamland’ (1977)


Barbara Rossi

Barbara Rossi, Parlor Picture, 1983

Barbara Rossi, ‘Parlor Picture’ (1983)


Beni Bischof

Beni Bischof – das was draufsteht-2-2014

‘Das was draufsteht’ (2014) by Beni Bischof.


Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle - Pasta Necklace, 2015

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle, ‘Pasta Necklace’ (2015)


Caroline McCarthy

Caroline McCarthy Souvenir4

Caroline McCarthy Souvenir2

Caroline McCarthy Souvenir1

Caroline McCarthy, ‘Souvenirs (Blue) & Golden Wonder’ (1998)

Cut-Out Swimming Pools from Holiday Brochures, Crisps, Shelving, Wire


Nail houses

Nail house in Wenling-China

A nail house is a Chinese neologism for homes belonging to people (sometimes called “stubborn nails”) who refuse to make room for real estate development. The term, a pun coined by developers, refers to nails that are stuck in wood, and cannot be pounded down with a hammer.