The Californian woman artist puts traditional gender roles and the problematic social structure of contemporary American society into question.
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The Los Angeles design firm creates an intimate meditative space in the heart of its own city.
The resident artists of Numeroventi Ksenia Tokmakova and Marinika Sadgyan Pay homage to a forgotten heritage.
Zoe Paul exhibition at The Breeder Gallery meditates on the domestic spaces with a great intersection of anthropology and architecture.
Villa Lontana in Rome explores the archeology of the mind through an exhibition project curated by Vittoria Bonifati and Jo Melvin in collaboration with Fondazione Santarelli.
Operativa Arte Contemporanea presents the second solo project by roman artist Emiliano Maggi.
A deep meditation on space, its conception, function and representation.
The Vatican makes its grand debut and presents an alternative universe of places of worship.
In occasion of the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, the Nordic Pavilion explores the co-existence of nature and a built environments.
The Dutch Pavilion at 16th Venice Architecture Biennale address human automation and its spatial implications
Swiss-Japanese artist Leiko Ikemura unfolds her magical and mystical universe at Kewenig Gallery.
Up and coming & experimental Georgian designers put Tbilisi Fashion Week on the map.
Sophie Dries presents a traditional hand-knotted carpet featuring a unique artificial erosion technique at Alcova, Milano.
The artist pays homage to Le Corbusier through an intimate artistic interaction with some of his most iconic buildings.
Rachel Uffner Gallery presents new works by Strauss Bourque-LaFrance, Shara Hughes and Curtis Talwst Santiago at Frieze New York, May 2nd-6th, 2018.
The Swedish artist duo brings further its quest for creating a different representation of nature.
An insight into the surrealist world of the Spanish sculptor and painter
A contemporary interpretation of Iranian and Middle Eastern design and cultural influences.
The British artist brings out the dysfunctional nature of adults.
Quentin Derouet expresses the encounter and the destruction of fresh rosebuds and the canvas.
The 22nd edition of PAD Paris brings together Europe’s leading galleries for design in a finely curated showcase.
The young artist interpenetrates the unknown through the familiar.
A unique overview of Smith’s artistic practice over the past three decades.
An insight into a generation of creatives shaped by the end of Communism and Post-Soviet tendencies
An exhibition that highlights the essence of the artworks, putting the chromatic spectrum aside.
A creative interpretation of the ancient Greek myth of Pandora
Kris Van Assche customizes a series of iconic Isamu Noguchi lamps for Laffannour Galerie Downtown.
Loris Gréaud meditates on the moment in which a creative idea takes form.