by Mercedes Kraus • April 17th, 2013
In the second in a series of profiles of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts, Mercedes Kraus looks at how a cultural community has flourished by leveraging its legacy of artistic production in the face of intensifying real estate pressure and outside influence and interest.
by Urban Omnibus • December 5th, 2012
An artist, community organizer, and social entrepreneur discusses museum-community partnerships, crowdfunding public art, and emerging trends in socially engaged creative projects.
by Michelle Paul • August 9th, 2012
Currently on view at the WUHO Gallery in Hollywood is a retrospective exhibit entitled Unfinished Business: 25 Years of Discourse in...
The Omnibus Roundup – Berlin Confronts Confronting Comfort, a Formula for Equitable Transportation, .nyc, East River Esplanade and Gardener on the Roof
by Urban Omnibus • March 23rd, 2012
BMW GUGGENHEIM LAB TRIP TO WITHDRAW FROM PLANNED BERLIN SITE If the BMW Guggenheim Lab is an experimental exploration of the multiple meanings and possibilities of public space worldwide, one of the experiment's perceived follow-on effects has come to eclipse all others: gentrification. The experiment's control factor is a temporary venue designed by Atelier...
by Caitlin Blanchfield • July 5th, 2011
About four years ago, a latent pattern of unethical, self-interested and surreptitious decision-making reared its head to wreak havoc in...