From Mondrian to Dutch Design
Marisa Bartolucci looks back at a century of De Stijl, one of the earliest abstract art movements, in Holland.
A Futuristic Sound Chamber
At the Huntington in San Marino, California, the Orbit Pavilion seems like an elegantly designed spaceship fortuitously parked in...
Fashion’s Nonconformist Rei Kawakubo at the Met
A major exhibition of her work at the Met celebrates Rei Kawakubo’s iconoclasm by focusing on the fault lines—the...
Painting in Impasta
The possibilities of re-creating masterpieces of art in pasta are endless.
Modern Mastery: Hafu Matsumoto’s Bamboo
Hafu Matsumoto, whose work is currently on view at the Ippodo Gallery through June 30, is a disciple of...
A Conversation with the Pompidou’s Christine Macel
Christine Macel, director of this year’s Venice Biennale, reminisces about the opening of the Centre Pompidou, where she’s also...
Anatomy as Design and Art: Nicole Eisenman at the Anton Kern Gallery
One of the pleasures of Nicole Eisenman’s new show is the way it deconstructs the design of the human...