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Salon Fair, Still Focused on Decor, Now Back at the Armory
On Park Avenue, booths display an intersection of design and art, from Japanese metalwork to an American artist who trained with Tiffany.
After a year off because of the pandemic, Salon Art + Design is back at the Park Avenue Armory with a display of fine art and designer furniture shown in themed booths alongside splashy decorative ar… [+1006 chars]
Martha Schwendener
2021-11-11 19:21:19




Afrofuturist Room at the Met Redresses a Racial Trauma
“Before Yesterday We Could Fly,” a novel approach to the period room, threads together past, present and future. It focuses on Seneca Village, a Black community whose erasure still reverberates.
The Mets real atonement is with its reliance on the traditional period room, a genre that is increasingly scrutinized by critics for its whitewashing of history. Every period room is a fiction, righ… [+944 chars]
Salamishah Tillet
2021-11-17 23:14:28




The Wandering Creativity of Sophie Taeuber-Arp
The Swiss artist did it all — paintings and puppets, sculpture and tapestry — and was underestimated because of it. At MoMA she joins the major leagues.
Theres an object in the Museum of Modern Arts retrospective of the Swiss polymath Sophie Taeuber-Arp thats so covetable I wanted to squeeze it. It dates from 1922, and takes the form of triangles th… [+12911 chars]
Jason Farago
2021-11-26 20:18:58




What is Art Deco Architecture?
Art Deco architecture derives from a style of visual arts of the same name that emerged in Europe in the 1920s, which also influenced the movie industry, fashion, interior design, graphic design, sculpture, painting, and other forms of art, in addition to arc…
"Chrysler Building NYC NY" by dog97209 is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Art Deco architecture derives from a style of visual arts of the same name that emerged in Europe in the 1920s, which also in… [+3249 chars]
Camilla Ghisleni
2021-11-18 05:00:00




Meticulous Sculptures by Artist Carol Long Highlight the Curved Lines and Colorful Embellishments Found in Nature
Honoring the humble shape of the vessel is at the center of Carol Long’s practice. From her studio in rural Kansas, the artist throws simple ceramic cylinders that she contorts into supple butterfly wings,  curved chrysalises, or vases with embellished handle…
All images © Carol Long, shared with permission Honoring the humble shape of the vessel is at the center of Carol Longs practice. From her studio in rural Kansas, the artist throws simple ceramic cy… [+1825 chars]
Grace Ebert
2021-11-30 22:52:57




Celebrating Kenyan Culture, Bold Textile Patterns Disguise Subjects in Thandiwe Muriu’s Portraits
What began as a simple appreciation of fabrics printed with vibrant geometries and hypnotic motifs has morphed into a stunning celebration of African culture. Thandiwe Muriu’s ongoing Camo series cloaks models in arresting garments that disguise them in texti…
All images © Thandiwe Muriu, shared with permission What began as a simple appreciation of fabrics printed with vibrant geometries and hypnotic motifs has morphed into a stunning celebration of Afri… [+2192 chars]
Grace Ebert
2021-12-06 22:35:14




A Perfect Mix of Old and New in a London Victorian Reno
A blog about DIY, design, arts and crafts.
International architecture and interiors practice, Finkernagel and Ross recently updated a semi-detached Victorian home in Dartmouth Park, London, creating a perfect mix of old and new.From the welco… [+1951 chars]
Jan Halvarson
2021-11-08 07:21:00




SANAA to reconstruct Moscow's Hexagon pavilion for Garage Museum
The Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow has announced a collaboration with Japanese studio SANAA to restore a ruined 1920s pavilion and turn it into a major new gallery space. Read more
The Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow has announced a collaboration with Japanese studio SANAA to restore a ruined 1920s pavilion and turn it into a major new gallery space. SANAA has crea… [+3434 chars]
Amy Frearson
2021-11-22 11:25:24




Brooklyn Museum to Receive $50 Million Gift From City of New York
The funding will be the largest capital investment in the museum’s nearly 200-year history.
Pasternak said the funding will enable the museum to embark on a new slate of initiatives: modernizing 40,000 square feet of existing gallery space, creating a permanent gallery devoted to the histor… [+1317 chars]
Sarah Bahr
2021-11-22 16:00:08




Museum Of American Arts And Crafts Movement Builds On St. Pete, Florida’s Reputation As Arts Destination
Opened on September 7, 2021, The Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement (MAACM) ups the ante in a big way on St. Peterburg’s claim as a rising national destination for the arts.
Exterior Museum of American Arts and Crafts Movement in St. Petersburg, FL. ©MAACM Joe Brennan | Brennan Photo + Video An investment must be continually supported to fulfill its ultimate potential.… [+7331 chars]
Chadd Scott, Contributor, Chadd Scott, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/chaddscott/
2021-11-15 19:41:15




Unknown Dürer drawing bought for $30 at a house clearance could sell for $50m
The US family who owned it believed it was a 20th-century reproduction
A totally unknown drawing by Albrecht Dürer has been unveiled at Agnews Gallery in London. It was bought five years ago for just $30 in a house-clearance sale in the USand the price now may be around… [+6215 chars]
Martin Bailey
2021-11-22 19:21:17




The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Eric Johnson
The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, it features different creative professionals in unscripted conversations that allow…
Courtesy of The Second Studio Podcast The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marin… [+5933 chars]
The Second Studio Podcast
2021-12-06 03:30:00




Davóne Tines Is Changing What It Means to Be a Classical Singer
The bass-baritone’s daring recitals feel almost like compositions in themselves, Alex Ross writes.
Before the altar of the church stood a large screen displaying the words recital no. 1: mass, in black letters on a white background. The singer entered from the back, walking slowly, delivering an a… [+12612 chars]
Alex Ross
2021-11-15 11:00:00




'Der Krieg War' in Dresden, Germany
Out of a darkened room at the Galerie Neue Meister looms an unspeakable scene that assaults the viewer with the intensity of a fever nightmare. The Dresden triptych, which measures four meters by two meters, was the product of three years of continuous work (…
Out of a darkened room at the Galerie Neue Meister looms an unspeakable scene that assaults the viewer with the intensity of a fever nightmare. The Dresden triptych, which measures four meters by two… [+2800 chars]
ugc
2021-11-22 19:00:00




Lion House: Rewriting the Story of Chicago's Historic 1912 Wildlife Center
The historic lion house has long been a central element of Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. When global architecture firm Goettsch Partners (GP) set out to renovate and expand the structure, the aim was to preserve the original building while increasing the usable…
© Tom Harris The historic lion house has long been a central element of Chicagos Lincoln Park Zoo. When global architecture firm Goettsch Partners (GP) set out to renovate and expand the structure, … [+6521 chars]
Eric Baldwin
2021-11-30 04:00:00




Explained: How Srinagar earned UNESCO creative tag
The dossier said it is expected that the UCCN tag would not only give global recognition to Srinagar but also help it in getting international funding, making tie-ups with craft universities, and pitching crafts as products.
Srinagar on Monday became one of 49 cities worldwide to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). With this, the UCCN is now an exclusive club of 295 cities from across 90 countries that invest… [+3616 chars]
Divya A
2021-11-09 21:53:55




10 TPG-approved hotels for your next New Orleans stay
Few American cities contain the mix of culture, hospitality and history – not to mention personality and party spirit – of New Orleans. There’s no place like it in the United States, not to mention the rest of the world. New Orleans always brings the good vib…
Few American cities contain the mix of culture, hospitality and history – not to mention personality and party spirit – of New Orleans. There’s no place like it in the United States, not to mention t… [+10614 chars]
Terry Ward
2021-11-30 15:30:06




Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Debuts New Dutch and Flemish Galleries, Launches Center for Netherlandish Art
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #mfaboston--Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Debuts New Dutch and Flemish Galleries, Launches Center for Netherlandish Art
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On November 20, 2021, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), opens a suite of seven newly renovated galleries that explore the rich visual culture of the Dutch Republic and F… [+2243 chars]

2021-11-19 06:08:05




An evening offline with the fairytale goddesses of Instagram
Muses Escape founders Syrie Moskowitz, Gwen Grewal, and Eden Tijerina are creating aesthetic events and retreats that TikTok loves.
From left: Syrie Moskowitz, Gwen Grewal, and Eden Tijerina, founders of Muses Escape. | Celina Odeh Muses Escape creates dreamy events and retreats for women, but most importantly, curates imma… [+11225 chars]
Rebecca Jennings
2021-11-09 14:00:00




Smithsonian Reveals New Curatorial Appointments
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art has announced Diana Jocelyn Greenwold as the inaugural Lunder Curator of American Art and Sol Jung as the inaugural Shirley Z. Johnson Assistant Curator of Japanese Art. Greenwold, who was named to her role in Se…
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art has announced Diana Jocelyn Greenwold as the inaugural Lunder Curator of American Art and Sol Jung as the inaugural Shirley Z. Johnson Assistant Curator… [+2537 chars]

2021-11-16 22:30:00
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