Venice Architecture Biennale
'cruising pavilion' shows how public gay sex has shaped architecture
The Venice Architecture Biennale exhibit explores the taboo history of cruising, from 18th-century taverns to apps like Grindr.
we talk to wolfgang tillmans as he brings his book for architects to the met
The photographer’s installation is on view at the Metropolitan Museum for the first time since its debut at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.