Two for the Show: Jewelry’s Power Couples
Jewelry is seductive, and not surprisingly many jewelers fall in love with one another. But what happens when two...
Musings on the latest Wendell Castle Show at Friedman Benda
The new Wendell Castle show at Friedman Benda offers a commanding vision of Castle’s ongoing fusion of art and...
Nada Debs looks to her Japanese and Arab heritage to create ravishing pieces of furniture that blend geometric forms...
Hayon at the High: Playing with Art
Spanish-born artist-designer Jaime Hayon's latest installation at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art animates the museum’s outdoor space and engages...
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...