Color Factory Offers Child’s Play for Grownups
Billed as an “experiential art exhibit,” The Color Factory is a 20,000-square-foot venue with sixteen color-saturated rooms, reportedly inspired...
Curator’s Eye: Trier House Side Chair by Frank Lloyd Wright
We asked curators of leading twentieth-century and contemporary design collections to discuss one object that they feel is particularly...
As seen in the new book Life Along the Hudson: The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family, the...
At the Bruges Triennial, Contemporary Art Mingles with Monuments to the Past
Once home to Flemish masters, Bruges, the picturesque city with a storied and well-preserved past—one it can sometimes seem...
Design at Play
A new exhibition at the Milwaukee Art Museum looks at how play became a staple of mid-century American design
An impressive performance at auction makes Gruppo DAM's Libro armchair's radical design one for the books
Nature Takes Its Course in Rosie Li’s Designs
In Rosie Li's studio, she experiments with modern materials and industrial machinery to explore the relationship between humans and...