I Found a Little Slice of Aleppo in a Copenhagen Park
The leaves in Frederiksberg Gardens are the same colour they would be at home, this time of year.
A Suspended Mesh Installation Transforms at Nightfall
Is it a shadow? A school of fish? Moss? Mist? Or a cloud? Sophia Wheelwright invites you to make your mind up.
Beautiful Shots of Berliners Sunbathing Nude on Their Lunch Break
Coyness is not held in high esteem in the birthplace of Free Body Culture.
Ana Topoleanu, Words by Mihai Popescu
Paris' Prostitutes and Their Fabulous Trucks
Every morning, women arrive in throngs in Paris' Bois de Boulogne park and begin to install their workspace. Some unfold a tent behind the bushes, while others open the trunk of their car, bend the seats, cover the windows and light some incense.
Open-Air House of Mirrors Wins MoMA's Architecture Award
Come 2016, you'll paradoxically be contained and free within Guillermo Hevia García and Nicolás Urzúa Soler's 'Your Reflection' structure.