Swizz Beatz and Kehinde Wiley Are Inspiring Tomorrow’s Artists

The two artists join forces for a Creative Minds Talk during Art Basel Miami Beach in support of...

The Hybrid Domain of FKA Twigs’ Magdalene

Using a painterly approach that intricately blends analog and digital, Matthew Stone illustrates a...

Why Singapore is Asia’s Next Design Capital

Singapore says it's ready to embrace creativity. Can it shed its reputation as Southeast Asia’s...

In Helsinki, an Underrated Arts Scene Gets Its Own Biennial

Set to debut on June 2020, the large-scale exhibition is geared to give Finnish contemporary art...

Eight Design Firms Imagine a Border Without Walls

Takes on a more playful, inviting, and humane meeting of the U.S. and Mexico.

On The Rise
For This Architectural Curator, Buildings Are Not The Main Event

For Storefront for Art and Architecture executive director José Esparza Chong Cuy, humanity...

The Boundaries Issue
David Lynch’s Universe Knows No Bounds

With a new gallery exhibition at Sperone Westwater in November, director and artist David Lynch...

Designtex Continues the Tapestry Woven By the Bauhaus School

The textile company recreates the designs of Gunta Stölzl and Anni Albers, Bauhaus’s master...

Gagosian Gallery Spotlights Zao Wou-Ki’s Friendship with I.M. Pei

A new exhibition at Gagosian displays I.M. Pei's influence on Zao Wou-Ki, one of the leading...

The Boundaries Issue
State of Clay

These six fine artists add new energy to California’s celebrated ceramics tradition.

Designer of the Day: Yoko Kubrick

From her studios near San Francisco and Tuscany, Yoko Kubrick studies classical mythology and the...

A Career Retrospective of Nam June Paik, The Father of Video Art, Arrives at London’s Tate Modern Right on Time

As we find ourselves locked to the screen and drowning in its contents, there's perhaps no better...

Fashion Label or Arts Patron? With COS, It Can Be Hard to Tell

In its first dozen years, the brand has become just as well known for supporting art and design as...

Jonas Wood Plays Ball with Louis Vuitton, Again

The French label drafts the Los Angeles-based artist for a capsule collection of textiles.

On View
Pace Chelsea Reopens With an Exhibition That Casts a Rare Light

Fred Wilson's "Chandeliers" graces the gallery's return with not only beauty, but a challenge to...