Hans Hofmann: The Nature of Abstraction
A Château and Gardens Inspired by Nature
Fatimah Tuggar Uses Technology as Media
Tom Phifer's Glenstone, by Paul Clemence
Dreadys on Display in Cayman Gallery
In France, wHY's 'Float Flutter Flow'
A Deep Time Exhibit at the Smithsonian
Caroline Beaupère's Liliane Collection
A New Vision for San Diego's Waterfront
2019 George Matsumoto Prize-Winners
Fine Italian Leather from Poltrona Frau
In Bellingham, a Radiant 'Acid Ball'
Memorial Design on the U.Va. Grounds
How Höweler + Yoon Prevailed at U.Va.
At U.Va., a Memorial to Enslaved Laborers
A House for Privacy, by Arielle Schechter
Patrick Dougherty: 'A Passing Fancy'
Master Architect Philip Freelon (1953-2019)
Rammed Earth in Northern California
On Nantucket, an Architectural Promenade
By JoAnn Locktov
Ilana Shafir was born in 1924 in the city of Sarajevo, now the capital of Bosnia...
Ah, the challenges and conundrums that bedevil the famous artist – even after his death.
Take, for example,...
Dwell magazine is now a coast-to-coast affair.
On Tuesday evening, in a townhouse at 150 West 15th...
By Edward Keagle, AIA
Like many architects of a certain age, I am sitting on a slide collection of innumerable...
Dan Gottlieb’s photography has been shaped by two life-changing events.
Born with a hearing disability,...
There’s much more to the island of Cuba than the widespread images of barefoot children playing in the streets,...
When the founders of what’s now known as the Peabody Essex Museum (P.E.M.) in Salem, Mass. – ship...
So what’s an artist to do with a ten-foot-long, inflatable Beluga whale, anyway?
For Ya Ya Chou,...
She takes her cues for terracotta tile designs from ancient paintings of Japanese kimono makers.
Fashion, says painter Kimberly Brooks, is a visual language with an impact all its own.
“Look at the influence...