Homage to Paul Hultberg, maker of abstract expressionist enamels
Paul Hultberg, one of the most audacious voices in mid-twentieth-century enameling, turns ninety-two in January. Celebrated for his unorthodox...
A Visit with the Starn Brothers at their Beacon Studio
The exuberant voice of a young Bob Dylan singing “Like a Rolling Stone” came up on the soundtrack as...
The fine and artful line
Niamh Barry turns light into art. Her hand- welded bronze sculptures illuminated with strips of LEDs have been the...
A comprehensive monograph shines a light on the furniture of Jean Prouvé
JEAN PROUVÉ CALLED HIMSELF A “WORKER,” not an architect or designer. This may reflect the Marxist language of the...
A sampling from the new book Destination Architecture — a catalogue of contemporary buildings that are not only worth...
Judith Seligson infuses art into design in her new work
Curator’s Eye: Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti’s Madrepore dining table set
We asked curators of leading twentieth-century and contemporary design collections to discuss one object that they feel is particularly...