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Going Somewhere Else
Henry Taylor was zooming east on the Ventura Freeway towards Pasadena, his pressed white dress shirt half open and the windows of his rented...
Future’s Past: The historical experiments of Korean designer Teo Yang
A traditional Korean guest house should contain four elements: a book, a handcrafted object, a landscape painting and good tea. On a chilly day...
From Space to Place: The in-between architecture of Rozana Montiel
Rozana Montiel started to see the world through designer’s eyes at around the age of 12. Now the founder and director of an interdisciplinary...
A Brief History of Georg Kremer’s Quiet Revolution in Color
On an early September afternoon, Jack Whitten’s studio in Woodside, Queens, is much as he left it just before his death in January 2018, at the...
David Zink Yi and the Language of Ceramic Cephalopods
About 20 years ago my friend Frank-Peter Lehmann, a director of photography who lives in Berlin and has filmed many of my documentaries, invited...
The Man From Chorley: With Matthew Higgs in the Record Store
As with many formative pursuits, collecting often begins in childhood. Infinitely curious in ways that may naturally diminish with age or,...
Design by Function
In 1978, the New York artists Peter Nadin and Christopher D’Arcangelo conceived an idea for an open-ended, improvisational art space in which work...
Asking for a Deeper Look
This year’s Whitney Biennial, which opened in May and continues through September 22, set out as one of the overarching themes for its 75 chosen...
The Pathos Collector:
An outsider’s mission moves inside
‘I’ve never really been a postage stamp collector, which is what I call art collectors who need one of each,’ explains Jim Linderman between sips...
Down to Earth: Architect Thomas Phifer’s explorations of architecture for art
‘Clarity. And warm bread.‘ Those are the two things that architect Thomas Phifer remembers most indelibly from Italy in 1976—his first time...