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Moving beyond styling, designers delve into beauty. These seven new products, buildings and art works revel in ornate forms and painterly patterns that are also over-the-top fun.
By Catherine Osborne |
3 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Art, Product Design
The sensual shapes in Marie Khouri’s installation, recently on view at Vancouver’s Equinox Gallery, spell out “Let’s Sit and Talk” in Arabic.
By Adele Weder |
16 days ago
Tags: Art, Exhibition
Ghoulish reminder of death, meet edgy pillowcase. In time for Halloween, we trace the skull’s journey from memento mori to Alexander McQueen clutches and Studio Job wallpaper.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
27 days ago
Tags: Art, Product Design
With two contemporary art fairs – Art Toronto and Feature – open to the public this weekend, the city is saturated with great art for viewing and buying. Here’s what we saw and loved.
By Azure Magazine |
30 days ago
British sculptor Antony Gormley’s “Room,” installed at the recently opened Beaumont Hotel in London’s Mayfair district, exhibits a mischievously melancholy character inside and out.
By David Dick-Agnew |
October 2, 2014
Tags: Art, Hospitality
A new biennial exhibition series SITElines Santa Fe, sees art installations taking over an entire city. Here are five worth checking out.
By Erin Donnelly |
August 27, 2014
Camouflaging a full dining set, Panya Clark Espinal’s Lost in the Wood installation plays with perception.
By Shannon Anderson |
August 12, 2014
Philip Johnson’s modernist masterpiece in New Canaan, Connecticut, takes on new meaning when shrouded in fog conjured by Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya.
May 9, 2014
Of the 200 exhibitions taking over Toronto during May’s Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival, here are the standouts that every architecture and design lover should know about.
April 29, 2014
Tags: Art, Photography, Public Art
From Richard Beacon at the Tate to Christopher Wool at the Art Institute of Chicago, this spring is replete with must-see retrospectives and immersive biennales.
April 11, 2014
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