In our latest issue, we interview celebrated architect David Adjaye as he unveils his monumental National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC
As Tate Modern’s Switch House extension opens in London, we visit the monumental Herzog & de Meuron building and interview the gallery’s director Nicholas Serota
Douglas Murphy asks what this year’s line-up for the prestigious award says about the state of British architecture
Herzog & de Meuron’s extension to the London contemporary art gallery opens this week – view images of the building here and follow us on social media today for coverage from inside
Jacques Herzog talks to Icon about Herzog & de Meuron's Tate Modern extension, opening on 17 June, and its Blavatnik School of Government in Oxford
An exhibition at Tate Modern reveals the horrors of war through its impact on the built and natural environment and objects, rather than on people
Tate Modern's retrospective captures the exuberance of an artist too busy running his own revolution to be tied down by party doctrine, finds Agata Pyzik
A collection of Patrick Keiller’s essays confirms the filmmaker as one of Britain’s most important geographers, says Sukhdev Sandhu.
There was far more to the late British artist's work than a brash pop art sensibility, Fatema Ahmed discovers
Olafur Eliasson and landscape architect Günther Vogt have created an artwork at the headquarters of Kvadrat that recalls earlier times and a much colder climate.
Over the past 50 years, São Paulo’s architects have developed a distinctive concrete modernism that is at once monumental and intimate – solid as a fortress, but inviting everybody in. Among the city’s endless skyscrapers, it has resulted in some of the liveliest public spaces on Earth.
Before the completion of Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern extension, the gallery has opened up a series of underground oil tanks to host performance art.
A retrospective of the artist’s work highlights the tension between the agony of loss and the futility of marking it, says Charles Holland.