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Reckoning with the reverberations of uranium mining and atomic weapons testing in her home region of the Colorado Plateau, the Miami-based artist illuminates a ghostly curio of Depression-era glass dishware in radioactive green using uranium oxide—a haunting reminder of Cold War injustices.
A two-year-long project undertaken by Fondation Beyeler and La Prairie to preserve four late Piet Mondrian masterpieces uncovers something surprising: The influential Dutch master often painted new drafts over each other in pursuit of his visions instead of starting from scratch.
Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer, Marilyn Minter, and more weigh in on the Supreme Court’s decision, which was met with outrage and protests from women and activists across the country.
This is not your parents’ prix-fixe: chef-owner Brian Kim imbues fine dining with fun and imagination, serving up his modern renditions of Korean classics.
Color and craft come together in the textile designer’s house-within-a box showroom envisioned by Parisian brother designers Ronan and Erwan Boullourec.
The celebrated Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen is launching a modestly priced collection of furniture, lighting, and accessories with Zara Home. He’s the latest to join the spate of A-list names collaborating with fast-design retailers.
The most important thing you’ve designed to date: Our new Heritage Wall Mirror. It was probably our most ambitious and complicated object to date, where we had the opportunity to collaborate with one of the last few craftspeople in the world who practice the craft of Weissküferei and Schnitzerei.
After being dismantled from its perch on a busy intersection in Midtown, the city’s final surviving payphone joins a timely exhibition about analog technology.
“Design should be polarizing and free flowing. People should have an opinion to say I like this or it’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen,” Brown says. Below, the Toronto multi-hyphenate tells us about his upcoming launch of inflatable furniture called Ego by Curves, the difference between designing fashion and home decor, and how his lack of classical training frees him to draw outside the lines.
Delivering a welcome dose of whimsy during turbulent times, the Anchorage-based artist transforms Perrotin into a “magic cube of protection” in which a giant denim tunnel carves out passageways to joy and pleasure.
The Orlando Museum of Art recently wrapped up an exhibition of paintings they attributed to Jean-Michel Basquiat, but questions surrounding their authenticity arose from day one. Earlier this week, the FBI seized all 25 works in a dramatic episode that resulted in the unceremonious ousting of museum director Aaron De Groft. #jeanmichelbasquiat #basquiat #art #artnews #forgery #aarondegroft
The Maldives recently greenlit the construction of a floating community and a similar development off the coast of South Korea by Bjarke Ingels Group is underway. Are the efforts a realistic bulwark against climate change or merely a sci-fi distraction? #maldives #climatechange #solutions #innovation #environmentaldesign
Designs from Air New Zealand, Alejandro Núñez Vicente, and Jeffrey O’Neill could usher in a new era of comfort in economy class seats. #planes #flight #design #travel #traveldesign #airnewzealand
Celebrity beauty brands are a hot topic in 2022. Recent entries into the already-congested space from Scarlett Johansson, Kim Kardashian, and Hailey Bieber have sparked controversy and debate about how much is too much. #skincare #kimkardashian #skkn #rhode #celebrityskincare #haileybeiber
The Savannah College of Art and Design celebrates 20 years of teaching design excellence at its French satellite campus. #lacoste #france #scad #provencal #europe #frenchvillage #university #anniversary
ModernHaus SoHo reflags neighborhood stalwart the James Hotel, replete with a gallery-worthy art collection, a Michelin-grade chef, and a smooth coffee-to-cocktail lounge. #modernhaus #soho #bauhaus #jameshotel #newyork #nyc
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design includes highlights such as Edvard Munch’s The Scream and work by Norwegian Pritzker Prize–winner Sverre Fehn. #oslo #scandinaviandesign #norweiganart #oslomuseum #museum #edvardmunch
The in-demand stage designer receives her first-ever Tony Award for devising a rotating glass structure masquerading as a midcentury office for the Sam Mendes–directed play. #esdevlin #setdesign #tonyawards #tonys2022 #sammendes #plays #theatredesign #thelehmantrilogy
With an array of vivid textiles sourced in Africa, the Ghanaian-American artist weaves together a dazzling multi-layered collage that captures in-between moments both physically and poetically. #art #fineart #ghanianart #patrickquarm #collage
Vestre has opened a state-of-the-art facility designed by Bjarke Ingels Group that is striving for BREEAM Outstanding certification—a rigorous merit that accounts for less than one percent of buildings in Europe. #sustainable #design #norway #BjarkeIngles #innovation
I am a Colorist—I love using vivid shades and hues in my work. I believe we should have more courage to live with color. #kickiechudikove #design #slovakia #brooklyn #colorful #alcova
With the help of emerging firm Foss Hildreth, the in-demand ceramicist unveils an expanded production facility and showroom for her burgeoning Los Angeles studio that’s outfitted with slick ‘70s Italian furnishings and sentimental objects from her favorite local makers. #bariziperstein #studios #fosshildreth #losangeles #interiordesign #kitchen #colorful
The British powerhouse effortlessly injects sculptural panache into the popular workwear label’s most recognizable silhouettes. #carhartt #toogood #toogoodxcarhartt #doverstreet #clothing #design #britishdesign
As Pride Month kicks off, the National Gallery of Canada presents a thorough retrospective of legendary queer provocateurs General Idea, showcasing the group’s trailblazing work whose influence continues to reverberate. #pridemonth #nationalgallery #queerart #FILEmagazine
The installation sought to explore the joy and wonder of witnessing swaths of wildflowers appear almost instantly in unlikely places. #rios #milan #milandesignweek #salone2022 #wildflowers #innovativedesign