Kentucky's Speed Art Museum to create $22m sculpture park
The Speed Outdoors, a public park and sculpture garden, aspires to become a focal point for the Louisville community
South African architectural practice Counterspace to design 20th Serpentine summer pavilion
Structure is inspired by places where people gather across London including migrant community hubs
Hadid’s sculpture visits V&A en route to Dubai
It will eventually be installed in the Burj Khalifa district
Serpentine Sackler to open in September
The building has been refurbished and extended by the architect Zaha Hadid
Are too many museums relying on too few architects?
Famous name or talented newcomer—how art museum architects are chosen today
Are we colonialising Middle Eastern art?
As the Middle East increasingly becomes a producer and consumer of contemporary art, the role of the West as 'tastemaker' grows progressively more troubling
Unesco criticises private campaign to choose new seven wonders
Scheme is led by former Unesco director
Pinault refuses to collaborate with Guggenheim in Venice
City authorities insist on joint lease for the Customs House