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-Pailos’ 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.
Los Angeles exhibition explores how home can invoke both fear and dread, and nostalgia or comfort.
Thousands of glass bricks constitute artist Jean-Michel Othoniel's latest feat: a towering ripping wave.