Tagged: art

Living with Leta & Wade

Living with Leta & Wade

We visit the home of New York designers Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree.

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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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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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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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Artek and the Aaltos

Artek and the Aaltos

A new, first of it’s kind in the US exhibition of the pioneering work of Alvar Aalto and Aino Marsio-Aalto opens this month in New York.

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Studio Visit: Chris Visions

Studio Visit: Chris Visions

We pay a visit to the studio of artist and illustrator Chris Visions.

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Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner

Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner

We take a look at the new works by Sherrie Levine, on view at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York City.

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Introducing: Doug Johnston

Introducing: Doug Johnston

Doug Johnston thinks at every scale. With an education in architecture and a body of work that spans installation, fiber, and performance art, sculpture, design, architecture, and music, the Brooklyn-based polymath creates multimedia pieces that could just as easily be set on a bookshelf as they could be lived in as a temporary sitting room. […]

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Louisiana: Paula Modersohn-Becker

Louisiana: Paula Modersohn-Becker

Paula Modersohn-Becker died from an embolism at the age of 31. It was an abrupt and untimely end for an artist whose visceral, almost unnerving work made her one of expressionism’s foremost pioneers. Yet, when viewed through her paintings it seems a poetic conclusion to an artist whose portrayal of life itself is as enigmatic as […]

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Interview: Francine Dressler

Interview: Francine Dressler

Francine Dressler is an artist and illustrator who came of age in 1970’s Los Angeles.  She’s known for her bold Modigliani-esque female figures and love of cherry red. We talked to Francine about being an artist in the turbulent ‘70’s and the women that have influenced her work. Tell us a little bit about yourself […]

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Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Human Being Journal 4: An Interview with Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness is a New York-based visual artist whose large scale paintings draw heavy influence from the surf and skate culture of his hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Known for his intricately layered pieces, McGinness weaves together the visual language of contemporary iconography, corporate logos, and public signage, creating abstract pieces that have established him […]

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Brian W. Ferry

Brian W. Ferry

Brooklyn-based photographer Brian W. Ferry has a knack for noticing things others don’t – and beautifully capturing those unseen moments on film. He has an impressive ability to turn once-basic genres like food photography and travel photography into a fine art form, presenting a refreshingly unobvious view of just about anything he captures. work for […]

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Elizabeth Corkery & The Print Club

Elizabeth Corkery & The Print Club

A Sydney native, Elizabeth Corkery recently completed her MFA at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and is currently living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. Trained as a printmaker, she has an ongoing fascination with the varied notion of the multiple and expanding intersection between fine art and design. We’re exploring Elizabeth’s work and her […]

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VMFA: Hollywood Costume

VMFA: Hollywood Costume

Virginia Museum of Fine Art‘s fall exhibition, Hollywood Costume, celebrates a century of costume design and its contribution to cinematic history in American culture. On view through February 17, 2014, the exhibition allows viewers to explore the collaborations between directors, actors and costume designers that bring to life some of the most unforgettable and beloved […]

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