This excerpt from Bubbletecture teases the 200+ works of architecture, furniture, fashion, art, and industrial design that are included in the book.
Arts + Culture
In an excerpt from the book Conversations about Sculpture, art historian and critic Hal Foster discusses the highly politicized battle with Richard Serra and Clara Weyergraf-Serra.
The curators of The Rise of Everyday Design emphasize that the movement did not peter out in the early 20th century as commonly understood, but projected a legacy well into the 1960s.
Frida Escobedo, Rozana Montiel, LANZA Atelier, and Others Design Artistic Interventions in an Under-Construction Mexico City Building
Organized by itinerant gallery guadalajara90210, the show Pabellón de las Escaleras (Stairs Pavilion) recently opened for art and design fair Zona Maco.
Born in the ’90s from hip-hop culture, this critical architecture movement has been coalescing for decades though may be poised for a second wave.
GAME CHANGERS: By Collaborating with Artists, Njusja de Gier Is Driving Innovation and Design at Kvadrat
Thanks to de Gier, Kvadrat's SVP of branding and communication, the manufacturer has quietly assumed the role of global cultural powerhouse.
Candida Höfer – In Mexico, on view at Sean Kelly Gallery in New York City through March 16, continues the artist’s decades-long investigation of architecture’s psychological effects.
Before its association with functionalism and the International Style, the Bauhaus glamorized folk culture and occasionally veered into mysticism.
Imagined as a dollhouse brought to life, the exhibition features domestic objects by Wendell Castle, Soft Baroque, and others.
The Zoma Museum, which features wattle and daub construction, is a collaboration between curator Meskerem Assegued and artist Elias Sime.
For Dior: From Paris to the World, Shigematsu and his team draw from the famed fashion house’s history while employing a high-impact material palette.
A small but poignant show on Denise Scott Brown’s early photographs—before Learning From Las Vegas made it big— is now on view at New York's Carriage Trade gallery through December 22.
The installation, drawing from technology used in the designer’s winning pavilion for MoMA PS1 last year, makes its first stop in New York this weekend.
In many ways, architecture and dance couldn't be more different. One is traditionally solid and still, the other dynamic and kinetic. One relies on drawings and images, the other on personal instruction and…
The documentary Enough White Teacups, which will be screened at the Architecture & Design Film Festival, explores designs that address challenges in sustainability, such as the Mine Kafon ball, a mine-clearing device by Afghan brothers Massoud…
On view at the Fondation Cartier, Géométries Sud, du Mexique à la Terre de Feu features the work of numerous Latin Americans, including Bolivian-Aymara architect Freddy Mamani.
Du Bois’s 1900 Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America illustrated the progress of newly-freed African Americans and is being published for Du Bois’s 150th birthday.
José Esparza Chong Cuy, currently an associate curator at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, will take over the iconic New York City institution beginning November 1.
Bitters helped define an expressive, even carnal side of modern Californian clayware; this Heath collection echoes his raw and dramatic sculpted works.
Architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) and Pulitzer Prize–winning composer David Lang are collaborating on the project, which runs October 3–7.