8 Must-See Exhibitions This Week, From Toronto to São Paulo and Beyond

A reconstruction of Verner Panton’s sci-fi dreamscape, the bewitching debris of Sarah Sze,...

At the Opera, Studio Drift’s Intricate Woven Sculpture Morphs With the Drama

The Dutch firm created the centerpiece for a new Dutch production of Monteverdi’s...

10 Must-See Exhibitions This Week, From Mexico City to London and Beyond

A forest of hand-painted cushions, Hedda Sterne’s spectral paintings, Julian Charrière’s...

David Adjaye on His Majestic, Grapefruit-Colored Design for The Webster L.A.

For the multi-brand clothing and design boutique’s new outpost, the architect created a...

12 Must-See Exhibitions This Week, from San Francisco to Paris and Beyond

Justin Matherly's contorted sculptures, Doug Wheeler's deep dives into light and space, Madeline...

Noah Davis, Influential Artist Who Died as His Star Was Rising, Comes Into Full View in New York

A David Zwirner gallery show charts his life as a preternaturally talented painter and a founder of

Meet the Rising Stars of French Design at Maison&Objet

From color-rich ceramics to Land Art–inspired furniture, each designer delivers a fresh dose of...

Filmmaker Shirin Neshat Probes the Iran-U.S. Divide in Surreal New Satire

“I think that it's even more important that artists are vocal," the artist says in an interview...

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Art Dealer Jessica Silverman’s Tip Sheet for FOG Design+Art Week, from Key Shows to Classic Restaurants

In need of a cocktail or a bookstore in San Francisco during FOG week? The revered gallery owner...

At the End of the World, Infrastructure Will Save Us, This Artist Believes

Tiril Hasselknippe’s architectural sculptures see an opportunity for community in the midst of...

9 Must-See Art and Design Exhibitions, From New York to Berlin

R & Company shows sculptor Wendell Castle venturing into furniture, the Future Perfect plots a...

A Shoppable Apartment That Its Designer Actually Calls Home

Showcasing TRNK, his pared-down furniture and accessories brand, Tariq Dixon invites the public...

Matthew Williams’ Moncler Genius Collection Fuses Expert Craftsmanship with Beekeeper-Grunge

The closely watched American designer’s line incorporates ultrasonic welding, vulcanized rubber,...

In Oaxaca, a Hotel With No Name

An artist-and-architect team turned to Mexican craftsmen when kitting out Hotel Sin Nombre, an...

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Architecture Memes

An Instagram meme account has achieved the unthinkable: it has made architecture funny. Now tag...

The Best Places to Escape New York City This Winter

An upscale resort on the Jersey Shore, a cluster of secluded Catskills retreats, a wabi-sabi...

Our Favorite Designs of the Decade

We asked our community of designers to share their favorite designs from the past ten years—as...

Artist Pablo Valbuena Teams Up with La Prairie to Transform the Miami Beachfront During Art Basel

Dubbed “Wave,” the immersive light installation took on the form of an undulating ocean...

When Algorithms Become the Designer

Computers take the lead in Chinese designer Zhang Zhoujie's world.

Check Off Your Holiday Shopping List With Our Picks from the MoMA Design Store

From a Mondrian-inspired vase to textile artist Jo Gordon’s lambswool scarf, the MoMA Design...

Arm Candy

A collection of poppy wristwatches by Richard Mille is equal parts delightful and divisive.

Mark Foster Gage is the Most Prolific Architect of Buildings That Don’t Exist

Blade Runner meets The Wizard of Oz in the New York architect's fantastical work.

This Hammer Museum Curator Uses Cinema to Educate and Empower

Erin Christovale creates inclusive new communities around gender, race, and class.

An Artist Whose Medium is Extinct Flower Aromas and Birdsong Choruses

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg looks at our fraught relationship with nature through experiential...

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John Pawson Lends His Clean, Natural Touch to the West Hollywood Edition

Ian Schrager makes his triumphant return to Sunset Boulevard, this time alongside the British...

A Global Hotel Brand with a Local Spirit

Through dynamic contextual design and neighborhood-centric influences, each Renaissance Hotel tells

The Immaculate Pan Paintings of B Wurtz

The New York artist gives the humble aluminum staple of corner delis the luster of stained glass...

The Art Issue
These Chinese Bookstores Feel Like Infinity Rooms

Li Xiang, the founder of Shanghai design firm X+Living, dreams up illusory bookstores that forge...

How Deborah Berke Became One of Architecture’s Most Visible Women

The accomplished architect and Yale School of Architecture dean opens up about how she gets the job

The Parisian Shop Making Made-to-Measure Bikes

At its exacting atelier and showroom, Parisian bicycle company Maison Tamboite carries on the...

Benjamin Shine Sculpts Feminine Faces Out of Tulle

Cosseting ballerinas and society swans, tulle has long been admired for its ineffable delicacy....

How Jos Devriendt Plays With Light and Shadow

Known for his playful ceramic lamps that resemble mushrooms, the Belgian artist-designer has...

Can an Unorthodox Berlin Gallerist Succeed in Tokyo?

Johann König debuts his first outpost in Asia with a Juergen Teller exhibition.

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The New York Art Advisor Curating the Boldest Family Dinners in Town

Eleanor Cayre doesn’t hesitate to break bread in a room filled with daring contemporary art and...

Designer of the Day: Chris Wolston

After studying non-Western creative techniques in Ghana, Chris Wolston was awarded a Fulbright...

The Enduring Charm of Chile’s Midcentury Design Classic, Hotel Antumalal

For more than 70 years the Chilean lakeside hotel has lured guests to the Andean foothills by...