Black and White Nevelson
Louise Nevelson (Ukraine 1899 - New York 1988) is back in New York City with a wonderful show that brings her home to Pace Gallery. One of the most important American sculptors of the 20th century, she somehow fell off the radar after her d ...
Progress and the Pilgrim
Ahmed Mater’s Mecca
Shine bright like a diamond
With more than 300 crystals, the Met-Chandelier resembles the satellite Sputnik or a “starburst.”
A survey of Rita McBride
The Devil in the Detail
John Pawson: a colourful life
A True Universe
Lee Ufan, the passage of time.
Glass and the consequences
Emmanuel Babled on the endangered art of colouring glass
Jorge Otero-Palios’ tales of dirt
Architecture and Performance: A Love Affair
At the heart of PERFORMA with RoseLee Goldberg
Greystone: Tools for Understanding the City
From 12 October 2017 until 4 March 2018 at CCA, Montreal, Canada.
When One Year Turns Into Twelve
Nacho Cabonell proves that communities are usually always a good idea, especially for creatives where a sense of camaraderie can build styles and a mental sense of relevance for players. […]
Artist's book about croissants and consumer lifestyle destroys itself from the inside through use.
Ai Weiwei: Good Fences Make Good Neighbours
From October 12, 2017 to February 11, 2018, in Citywide NYC
A Weekend In Warsaw
The Warsaw Gallery Weekend confirms the reputation of the Polish capital's art scene for being edgy and less market-driven.
Emeka Ogboh's beer inspired by experiences of African migrants in Europe has been nominated for Designs of the Year.