What Architects Owe Photographers

A new show investigates how a simple image of a building can change the way we feel about them.

Hauser & Wirth’s Somerset Gallery Recasts the Pastoral as Political

In this new show, more than 150 works call into question our relationship with the land.

A Reclusive Artist Shows in Paris

Daniel Brush, who prefers spinning gold to leaving his home, appears at L’Ecole Des Arts...

Adriana Varejão and Her “Invisible” Collaborator

This month, the Brazilian artist debuts her show “Interiors” at Gagosian gallery in Los Angeles.

Oki Sato Brings Innovation to UNESCO’s Grand-Hornu

The designer’s minimal aesthetic complements a former coal-mining facility in Belgium.