A new exhibition explores the reciprocal influences of both lands.
The V&A show takes a forensic look at the craftsmanship in Balenciaga’s most iconic styles, revealing why he is considered the master of fashion.
From hot air balloon travel to futuristic housing pods, inflatables have captured our imagination for the past three centuries.
The Museum of Modern Art will exhibit 450 artifacts, as well as objects hand-picked by influential scholars, from the Frank Lloyd Wright archives.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery's latest show features the limited edition light fixtures of multiple international artists and designers.
A new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York City rescues the French avant-garde architect and designer from obscurity.
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's latest exhibition showcases high-minded examples of textile upcycling.
For textile enthusiasts, there will be some fantastic examples of innovative materiality and craftsmanship at the London Design Festival.
For its two-year anniversary, Chamber invited nine designers to each exhibit a cabinet and an accompanying curiosity.
Metropolis' editors select the exhibitions we're most excited to check out this fall.
Two new exhibits at the Museum of Art and Design take a fresh look at the career of mid-century artist and designer Harry Bertoia.
With this year's Istanbul Biennial, academics Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley aim to reboot the history of civilization and “redesign” the human subject altogether.
A sneak peek at the products that will be on display at NeoCon in Chicago, June 13th through 15th.
A new book questions which parts of India's past its designers should hold on to.
The latest iteration of the Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial tackles the age-old problem: how do we define beauty?
The artist Hannah Ryggen's defiantly figurative and overtly political tapestries were impassioned responses to the rigidity of Modernism.
A new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh charts the extraordinary career of silversmith Peter Muller-Munk.
The Walker Art Center's "Hippie Modernism" takes seriously the era's mantra-like invitations to "turn on, tune in, drop out."
Our guide to essential reading for the rest of the year, spanning all scales of design, from graphics to cities
A new exhibition reads the world through two hundred years of high-tops, tennis shoes, and running sneakers.