Mike is late for dinner. This is a photo about waiting.

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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
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Gérard Michel
Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive. Basque Country Historical Archive 
By ACXT (2013)
The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive.

Basque Country Historical Archive 

By ACXT (2013)

The folded façade, with the screen printed text, adds a nice depth to the street. Meanwhile, the brutally stark interior is fitting for an archive.

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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 
Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 
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Portuguese urban artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils born 1987creates stunning murals from decomposing walls using chisels, drills and small explosives. Seeing the act of deconstruction as a creative process, his deconstructed portraits can be found in Shanghai, London, Bogota, Paris, Lisbon and Los Angeles to name a few. 

Going by the name of VHILS, his work has obtained plenty of interest when a face carved into a wall appeared alongside a picture by street artist Banksy in London in 2008. His work is a renovation of our urban environment. Equally as important as art, it must exist not only in our galleries but out in the environment as well. By manipulating a variety of surfaces, VHILS envisions rich and layered portraits on our buildings that not only show us a visual portrait but also a picture of time in the city. Part artist, stone mason and archeologist, he slowly excavates the process of his craft via 

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Varatojo House
By Atelier Data
I love the use of landscape and vegetation and how the architecture creates moments of intimate and expansive views. Varatojo House
By Atelier Data
I love the use of landscape and vegetation and how the architecture creates moments of intimate and expansive views. Varatojo House
By Atelier Data
I love the use of landscape and vegetation and how the architecture creates moments of intimate and expansive views. Varatojo House
By Atelier Data
I love the use of landscape and vegetation and how the architecture creates moments of intimate and expansive views.

Varatojo House

By Atelier Data

I love the use of landscape and vegetation and how the architecture creates moments of intimate and expansive views.

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Philip Johnson, Research Nuclear Reactor, (1960)
One of the least known buildings designed by Johnson is his 1960 nuclear reactor in Rehovot, Israel. It is a beautifully composed diagram, a building that seems almost timeless in it’s composition and texture: as much at home in the cities of Mesopotamia as it would be among the monasteries of the middle ages. It consists of a 250 ft. long and 120ft. wide tapered almost solid concrete base and similarly tapered concrete “tomb” that contains the nuclear reactor. The base of this massive “tomb” contains the research laboratories, which are grouped around a spacious court, arcaded in the manner of a medieval monastery. It could easily be mistaken for an abandoned mosque, which is most likely the undeclared intention of the security conscious Israeli authorities. One of Johnson’s strangest and most impressive monuments.
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Philip Johnson, Research Nuclear Reactor, (1960)
One of the least known buildings designed by Johnson is his 1960 nuclear reactor in Rehovot, Israel. It is a beautifully composed diagram, a building that seems almost timeless in it’s composition and texture: as much at home in the cities of Mesopotamia as it would be among the monasteries of the middle ages. It consists of a 250 ft. long and 120ft. wide tapered almost solid concrete base and similarly tapered concrete “tomb” that contains the nuclear reactor. The base of this massive “tomb” contains the research laboratories, which are grouped around a spacious court, arcaded in the manner of a medieval monastery. It could easily be mistaken for an abandoned mosque, which is most likely the undeclared intention of the security conscious Israeli authorities. One of Johnson’s strangest and most impressive monuments.

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Philip Johnson, Research Nuclear Reactor, (1960)

One of the least known buildings designed by Johnson is his 1960 nuclear reactor in Rehovot, Israel. It is a beautifully composed diagram, a building that seems almost timeless in it’s composition and texture: as much at home in the cities of Mesopotamia as it would be among the monasteries of the middle ages. It consists of a 250 ft. long and 120ft. wide tapered almost solid concrete base and similarly tapered concrete “tomb” that contains the nuclear reactor. The base of this massive “tomb” contains the research laboratories, which are grouped around a spacious court, arcaded in the manner of a medieval monastery. It could easily be mistaken for an abandoned mosque, which is most likely the undeclared intention of the security conscious Israeli authorities. One of Johnson’s strangest and most impressive monuments.

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Valerio Olgiati - New entrance to the Graubünden Parliament, Chur 2009. Via, photos (C) Ralph Feiner. 
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Valerio Olgiati - New entrance to the Graubünden Parliament, Chur 2009. Via, photos (C) Ralph Feiner. 
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Valerio Olgiati - New entrance to the Graubünden Parliament, Chur 2009. Via, photos (C) Ralph Feiner. 

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Valerio Olgiati - New entrance to the Graubünden Parliament, Chur 2009. Via, photos (C) Ralph Feiner. 

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World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
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World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
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World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
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World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
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World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.
ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow
In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.

ryanpanos:

World’s Fair/Lost Utopias | Jade Doskow

In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Onishi Project and Kipton Cronkite are pleased to present World’s Fairs: Lost Utopias, the debut exhibition of Jade Doskow’s groundbreaking 7-year photography project. The exhibition will also include a 1968 triptych by Robert Rauschenberg and a dynamic group show—-featuring Alexandra Posen, Greg Haberny, Naomi Reis, and Mark Freedman—- inspired by the cultural zeitgeist that surrounded this event.