Posts Tagged: Public Space
More than 15 years ago, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada started making urban art in New York. The Cuban-born artist is renown for his gigantic scale charcoal drawings of anonymous people. RG's works are more than just huge drawings on a building; they represent a social statement, reclaiming the public spaces that have been bombarded with pictures of apparently perfect men and women, or political figures.
The Cahill Center was constructed on Caltech’s newer southern campus, Pasadena, California. While obviously modern, it was designed to visually connect to the university’s historic northern campus, whose 1917 master plan was created by Bertram Goodhue. The