In a 2009 interview with The New York Times, video artist Ryan Trecartin observed, “People born in the ‘90s are amazing. I can’t wait until they all start to make art.” This set über-curator Hans Ulrich Obrist’s wheels spinning. Together with fellow curator Simon Castets, Obrist launched 89plus, an initiative that seeks to test Trecartin’s theory by identifying and promoting artists born in 1989 or later.
Using social media as her platform, Amalia Ullman takes the art world by storm.Read More
As San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art readies for its reopening, Sarah Thornton gets a peek behind the Snøhetta-designed curtain. Here, she speaks to the curatorial team leading the country’s largest modern and contemporary art museum.Read More
Get a behind-the-scenes look at our private lunch at the Rubell Family Collection, where we celebrated the show “NO MAN’S LAND” along with Mera Rubell, Dara Friedman and Net-a-Porter, directed by Bush|Renz.Read More
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Fashion designer and sculptor Rogan Gregory gets back to nature with his latest body of work.Read More
Aspen Art Museum Director Heidi Zuckerman sits down with artist Liz Larner to discuss her debut ceramics show.Read More
Landscape architect Bernard Trainor brings his singular approach to foliage—and the occasional flower—to a swath of California’s coastline.Read More
On May 14, MOCA honored American artist Ed Ruscha at its annual LA Gala at The Geffen Contemporary.Read More
On May 15, European chandelier brand Lobmeyr celebrated its 50 year anniversary at the Metropolitan Opera Lincoln CenterRead More
On May 12, Cultured and Christian Liaigre hosted a celebration of the newest Liaigre collection at their Miami Design District showroom.Read More