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"Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing," on at the Barbican, puts the spotlight on a photographer who used the camera as a powerful catalyst for social... [Read More]
At the Guggenheim, Shaun Leonardo encouraged those on all sides of the gun control issue to find common ground with their opponents, by connecting physically. [Read More]
Eduardo Navarro placed a paper in our cream of broccoli soup. "Perhaps if you truly want to understand a drawing," he said, "you have to... [Read More]
For 30 years, black travelers navigating the swamp of Jim Crow laws relied on guides to find safe places. Derrick Adams conjures their experiences in... [Read More]
A sculptor taught herself 73 craft categories — chair caning to leather tooling — to compete in the state fair. Now her work is in... [Read More]
A major new exhibition at Boston's MFA offers up groundbreaking revelations about the preeminent French artist... [Read More]
Artist Sarah Crowner finds beauty in both bold shapes and the spaces in between... [Read More]
How Brooklyn artist Thaddeus Wolfe transforms blobs of molten material into vessels that resemble geological finds. [Read More]
The cutting edge art institution has hired SHoP architects to redesign its headquarters, an unremarkable former Coors warehouse... [Read More]
How Parisian sculptor Philippe Anthonioz has upgraded that dorm-room cliché—the torchière lamp—in bronze. [Read More]
How master glassblower Alison Berger made an overhead lighting system that relies on clever pulleys and counterbalances. [Read More]
This distinctly modern brass piece by designer Robert Kuo is grounded in techniques used in the Tang dynasty. [Read More]
As decorating with ordinary shells and skulls becomes passé, designers are going wild for high-end, ceramic riffs on organic forms. [Read More]
How an innovative technique transforms gnarly tree trunks into sleek, crack-free occasional tables. [Read More]
Looking to dine with distinction? Consider these unique seats from one of spring's big design shows. [Read More]
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