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Something you should see…Imagined Cities at the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs

Imagined Cities, a new exhibition at the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, is fresh evidence that some of the most exciting creative work right now is happening on the border between fine art and design. Curated by Dainow&Dainow, the show brings together limited-edition art prints by talented architecture graduates and professionals as part of the London Design Festival 2011.

Take Ostap Rudokevych‘s magical ‘Cloud City’. Described as “a concept for provisional post-disaster housing”, it shows vast, white balloon houses floating serenely in the sky, tethered to the decaying remains of houses below. In a similar vein, ‘Aqualta_TimesSq-Night_NYC‘ is Times Square, but not as you know it….

…To read the rest, click here to visit Rachel Segal Hamilton’s blog, Detour.

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  • […] The Cultural Expose pointed out that it was ‘fresh evidence that some of the most exciting creative work right now is happening on the border between fine art and design’ […]

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