First impressions of the Chanel Art Mobile
Our Biennale blogger weighs in on the American Pavilion
Recently discovered drawings by the Swedish-born, Los Angeles-based designer go on display in New York.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents inspired tours of historic land use throughout the Bay Area.
Venice's Arsenale is transformed into another arena of grand design.
Cecil Balmond's latest solo exhibition opens today at Chicago's Graham Foundation, which occupies the Madlener House, a Prairie-style mansion in the historic Gold Coast neighborhood. Balmond's H_edge installation—made of more than 6,000 aluminum leaves and 5,000 feet of stainless-steel chain—is…
The hits and misses of the Biennale's conference programming
Grappa, swag, and faux pas galore
The darker side of Fashion Week?
An exhibit that explores labor-intensive art opens at Portland's Museum of Contemporary Craft
As part of a month-long architecture festival, an exhibition gives the City by the Bay a progressive facelift
Hammering continues and excitement builds as the Biennale's opening draws near.
The rapid growth of the country's design industries is the focus of a new exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
A walkthrough the giardini before next week's opening of the 2008 Architecture Biennale.
A celebrity-filled fundraising event that's not rubbish.
An exhibition at Boston's ICA presents the shiny, curvy work of Anish Kapoor.
Design activism takes center stage in Denver.
An exhibit on George Maciunas casts attention on a historical experiment in housing.
1% Water, a new exhibition at Z33 gallery in Hasselt, Belgium is using art and design to take a critical look at water usage (and possible remedies) throughout the world. While 70 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by…
Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist on June 13, 2008 at the Van Alen Institute. Photo by Patrick Hannaway, Courtesy of Van Alen Institute. Switzerland's Hans Ulrich Obrist may well be the curators' curator. In the past fifteen years, he…