#exhibition Stories

Art For Change Stages a Pop-Up Show at Grand Army Plaza

As the 136 year-old Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch undergoes a much-needed renovation,...

Baccarat’s Stunning Crystal Tent Steals the Show at the Pegasus World Cup

A lush, garden oasis honors the French maison's 260-year legacy with rarefied objects and...

Chatsworth House Hosts an Array of Collectible Design

Imaginative pieces by the likes of Faye Toogood, Boris Laarman, and Ini Archibong make their way...

This Clever New Gallery Collapses Creative Boundaries

Setting out to break whatever barriers remain between art and design, International Objects debuts...

Artist Statement
Egyptian-Honduran Artist Jackie Milad Pays Tribute to an Avant-Garde Feminist Poet

With her 11-year-old son's drawings interwoven throughout, the mixed-media piece dedicated to...

Surface, 4AM Gallery, and Gregory Siff Bring “CRZY CHMSTRY” to Miami

On view at Surface Area, Los Angeles–based artist Gregory Siff's latest collection of pop art...

Join Surface in Supporting Female Artists and Designers at Woman Made

Surface is excited to announce Woman Made, a group exhibition that celebrates the female voices of...

Alteronce Gumby’s Cosmic Meditations on Color, History, and Lightness

In a never-before-seen series of paintings debuting at Mexico City’s Zona Maco art fair, the...

Architect James Wines Remembers Willi Smith, the Fashion Maven Who Was His Close Collaborator

In the 1980s, Wines created the stores for Smith’s pioneering label, WilliWear. Now he’s...

Eileen Gray, Unsung Modernist Architect, Comes Into Full View

With more than 200 furnishings, sketches, and archival documents, the Bard Graduate Center Gallery...

The Vanguard
Neri Oxman and Sir Norman Foster on the Future of Design

The venturesome Oxman talks experimental materials and lunar habitation with the renowned architect.

Designer Duro Olowu Brings His Maximalist Sensibility and Cosmopolitan Eye to Chicago Museum Show

The Nigerian-born British fashion innovator is borrowing art from public and private collections...

To Collect Radical Italian Design, Resilience Required

Design collector and Surface consulting creative director Dennis Freedman spent more than...

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...

Rapt Studio’s Latest Venture

Norwest Venture Partners enlisted Rapt Studio's eye and hospitality expertise to design their new...

Experience the Sun Inside This Southampton Cottage

Nina Edwards Anker of nea studio walks us through the studio's most recent project, the Cocoon...

Open up Sebastian Errazuriz’s Spectacularly Curious Cabinets

A new exhibition at Manhattan gallery R & Company includes the designer’s elaborate mechanical...

A Lamp, Rendered in Eye-Popping Colors, That Looks Good Enough to Eat

British designer Jonathan Trayte’s first U.S. solo exhibition is a feast for the eyes.

How Martin Margiela Revamped Ready-to-Wear at Hermès

An exhibition highlighting the avant-garde fashion designer’s work for the French luxury house...

Riffs on Classical Sculpture, Ceramics, and Sex Work at This Year’s Frieze London

The 2017 edition of the Frieze art fair opens today in London. With more than 160 galleries...

Oki Sato Brings Innovation to UNESCO’s Grand-Hornu

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

Tangled Inside Jenny Sabin’s Spiderweb at MoMA PS1

The architect designs an immersive and interactive outdoor installation as part of the museum’s...

An Artist Turns Her Lens on America’s Criminal Justice System

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Innocence Project, Taryn Simon partners with the Guild...

Katja Novitskova’s New York Landing

Public Art Fund’s latest commission materializes sci-fi and the internet.

Tom Sachs’s New Show Is an Absurdist Obstacle Course

“Space Camp,” created by the artist in collaboration with Nike, tests both body and mind.

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Steel Sitting Rings

The brothers bring a social installation to the park at Kunsthal Aarhus in Denmark.

Doug Aitken’s Garden of Destruction

The artist offers a verdant course in anger management at a Denmark museum.

Robert Therrien’s Lens

The artist’s show at Gagosian gallery casts everyday objects in a new light.

The Museum of Arts and Design’s “fashion After Fashion”

A new exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design showcases out-of-the-box ideas for an industry on

Dale Chihuly’s Glass Gardens

After more than a decade, the artist's signature explosions of color have returned to New York...

How a Simple Plastic Chair Won Over the World

An exhibition at Vitra Design Museum delves into the history of the ubiquitous Monobloc.

Jonathan Anderson’s Sculptural Silhouettes

The designer behind JW Anderson curates an exhibition with playfully defiant takes on the human...

Artist Meets Architect in “Memento Mori”

Why Peter Marino curating a show on Robert Mapplethorpe makes perfect sense.

“Person of the Crowd” at the Barnes Foundation

A show looks to subvert the privileged position of the flâneur.

“Merce Cunningham: Common Time”

The late choreographer’s two-museum retrospective embodies his come one, come all ethos.

Letter from Europe
Trump Talk at Maison & Objet and Beyond

Our editor-in-chief finds the U.S. president looming over the design and art worlds in Paris,...

“Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest” at the New Museum

We visited the the Zurich-based artist's first career-spanning survey in New York City.

When Japanese Fashion Took Paris

Nearly three decades after the fashion capital welcomed an influx of Japanese designers, a new show