The World in a Jar: King Houndekpinkou at Vallois America
For ceramist King Houndekpinkou, the link between earth, clay, and creation is hard to escape.
Bold Experiments in Urban Living: The Japanese House at London’s Barbican
Museumgoers at the Barbican Centre Art Gallery in London can walk through a full-scale model of the Moriyama House...
The Renaissance Man of the Future: Ross Lovegrove at the Pompidou Center
Ross Lovegrove's latest show at the Pompidou Center in Paris is an audit of his quest to harness science...
Light and Illusion: Alison Berger’s Glass Mastery
“ALL OF MY WORK IS BASED AROUND the old-fashioned idea that glass is a rarefied and special medium that...
Top Picks: Eight to Look for at Wanted Design
Wanted Design, now open, has established a welcome reputation for promoting new talent, airing ideas, and bringing together young...
Three Questions for Marc Benda: A Conversation with Al Eiber
A decade ago Mark Benda linked up with Barry Friedman, now retired, to open their eponymous gallery in Chelsea,...
Innovations II at Demisch Danant Shows Designs that Evoke Space-Age “Cool”
For more than a decade the New York gallery Demisch Danant has been enthusiastically filling in the landscape of...