Category: Art & Design

Hilton Als at The Artist’s Institute

Hilton Als at The Artist’s Institute

Esteemed American writer Hilton Als presents a series of visual essays at The Artist’s Institute in New York City.

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Tippet Rise Art Center

Tippet Rise Art Center

A vast new art center is opening in southern Montana this week.

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Studio Visit: J. Michael Ford

Studio Visit: J. Michael Ford

We visit the studio of a Chicago based artist drawing in three dimensions.

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The Ways of Tea with Johnny Fogg

The Ways of Tea with Johnny Fogg

Johnny Fogg gives a first hand account of working at Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony at the Noguchi Museum in New York City

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Sta•ple

Sta•ple

New York design duo Wash&Fold are exploring the idea of staple goods with a new show in the Lower East Side.

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Nendo at Design Museum Holon

Nendo at Design Museum Holon

The first retrospective of legendary Japanese design firm Nendo opened this week at Israel’s Design Museum Holon.

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Danny Lyon at The Whitney

Danny Lyon at The Whitney

The first retrospective of photographer Danny Lyon’s work opens this month at the Whitney Museum in New York City.

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Studio Visit: Jordy van den Nieuwendijk

Studio Visit: Jordy van den Nieuwendijk

We pay a visit to artist Jordy van den Nieuwendijk and his pup Bell at their home and studio in The Hague.

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Studio Visit: Renato D’Agostin

Studio Visit: Renato D’Agostin

The carefully observed compositions of photographer Renato D’Agostin.

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Terence Koh at Andrew Edlin Gallery

Terence Koh at Andrew Edlin Gallery

A few thousand pounds of earth, a peaceful march, and bees – Terence Koh’s new solo show at Andrew Edlin Gallery is probably most exciting opening so far this year.

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Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

The Lisson Gallery debuts its first New York City space with an exhibition of unflinching compositions by the art worlds centenarian darling, Carmen Herrera.

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Wrap Up: Sight Unseen Offsite 2016

Wrap Up: Sight Unseen Offsite 2016

We were honored to be a sponsor for this year’s Sight Unseen Offsite, here’s a bit of what we saw.

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Studio Visit: Nick Parker

Studio Visit: Nick Parker

Nick Parker is not a hoarder. Nick Parker keeps everything. We visit the Brooklyn studio of artist Nick Parker.

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Studio Visit: Eric Trine

Studio Visit: Eric Trine

Fruniture designer Eric Trine Wants to Bring Powder-Coated Joy to the Masses.

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NASA Graphics Standards Manual

NASA Graphics Standards Manual

Jesse Reed and Hamish Smith avoid the sophomore slump with deftness, we speak to the designers and collaborators about the public release their reproduction of the NASA Graphics Standards Manual.

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Studio Visit: Ladies & Gentlemen

Studio Visit: Ladies & Gentlemen

We’re looking ahead to this years Sight Unseen Offsite. First up, we pay a visit to the playful Ladies & Gentlemen Studio.

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100 Years of Jane Jacobs

100 Years of Jane Jacobs

Jane Jacobs, the most well-known crusader for living, functional, social cities would have turned 100 years old this week.

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The Architecture of People

The Architecture of People

Most of architect Kevin Haley’s stories seem to begin in a pub, so naturally we asked him to chat over a beer while he was in town working on a special project with some local students.

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A Santa Fe Art Tour

A Santa Fe Art Tour

The oldest capitol in the U.S. is also one of its most vibrant art cities. We spent an afternoon with our friend in town who is making it the work of her inspiring one-woman company to demystify the city’s art.     

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Gropius House

Gropius House

After the Nazis forced the Bauhaus to close, Walter Gropius made a new life in America. We visit the house he built for his family – perhaps one of the purest showcases of his architectural philosophies – in a bucolic town near Boston.

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