The escalation of international terrorism and the global refugee crisis play a key role in the new works on display at the Abode of Chaos, a controversial open-air museum near Lyon, France.
Arts & Culture
The comeback of Kekri: Finland’s ancient end-of-October harvest festival and the most magical night of the year marked by song, dance, feasting, divination and spell-casting.
From a “Banksy image come to life” to “a terrifying post-apocalyptic junkyard”, this infamous outdoor museum in the picturesque village of Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d’Or has been called many things.
A local artist collective [The User] wants to bridge the gap between disused industrial property and the public by creating and broadcasting ethereal sonic landscapes inside the towering silo.
Or, that time I found myself wandering alone in the basement of a disused power plant after attending an open art exhibition commemorating its 60 years of history.