For all its high-minded rhetoric about culture and politics, the international art world is not as diverse as it wants to be. And yet, with the work of talented people like Kara Walker, Martin Puryear, Mickalene Thomas, Kehinde Wiley and others, there has been a steady flourishing of African-American painters, sculptors and multi-media makers.
Remastered With his grand tableaux, Kerry James Marshall has been brilliantly rewriting art history. Now his works are coming to the Met Breuer in the retrospective, “Mastry.”Read More
With Samara, an innovative new platform from Airbnb, the housing startup seeks to revitalize the dwindling rural communities in Asia.Read More
Rich TraditionIconic British shoemaker John Lobb has opened a new boutique in the Miami Design District. Artistic Director Paula Gerbase chats about the brand’s legendary craftsmanship and minute attention to detail.Read More
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Collector Chara Schreyer offers a rare peek inside the art-filled homes she’s curated over the last 40 years in a new book from Assouline. Meredith Mendelsohn turns the page to discuss the vast collection and ongoing collaboration with designer Gary Hutton.Read More
Thanks to Lily Kwong, a forest of 12,000 plants is populating a corner of the borough unaccustomed to such flora. Here, she sits down with the project’s architect, Marc Dizon, to talk.Read More
The gallery opens its 7,000-square-foot space in TriBeCa on October 15.Read More
Julie Mehretu and Christine Y. Kim held court at the most recent “Visionary Women Presents: Women in the Arts” salon series in Los Angeles.Read More
Cultured celebrated with Rashid Johnson and RoseLee Goldberg at a kickoff party for Performa's November 1 Gala.Read More
Cultured celebrated the opening of "Human Condition" in LA last weekend with a preview dinner on September 29th.Read More