Tradition and Imagination: The Remarkable Pottery of Ladi Kwali at the Skoto Gallery
A small show of robust work at the Skoto Gallery in New York honors Ladi Kwali, the Gwari potter.
Lighting the Way: The Best Early Modern Lamps
Troy Seidman identifies ten important lighting designs from before 1945.
Margie Ruddick’s Wild Landscapes
WHILE STILL AN UNDERGRAD studying English literature and architecture at Bowdoin College in Maine, award-winning landscape designer Margie Ruddick...
The Curious and Enigmatic Allure of Les Lalanne
CRITICS OFTEN FOCUS ON the timelessness of the work of the French husband and wife duo known as Les Lalanne....
Bright and Beautiful
Josef and Anni Albers gained artistic inspiration from their own “Small-Great” collection gathered during their three decades of travels...
Italy Makes Light Right
FontanaArte LEGENDARY ARCHITECT GIO PONTI created FontanaArte as a division of Luigi Fontana’s industrial glass firm in 1932. The...
Nature and Nurture
LEONARD AND JAYNE ABESS set out to build a family compound that could be a legacy, that would mark...