Larry Bell’s artistic practice revolves around a very specific migratory pattern. For three weeks at a time, he lives and works at his home studio in Taos, New Mexico—the site of an enormous piece of machinery that he uses to vacuum-coat various materials (these days, primarily Mylar, paper and laminate films) with a metallic, iridescent sheen. From there, he takes a 14-hour drive to a second studio—a neo-baroque former Sunday school room rented from the aging Christian Science congregation next door—in Venice Beach, California.
Larry Bell’s large and luminous works reenter the spotlight.Read More
“You can’t be involved in American architecture and not be involved with Frank Lloyd Wright,” insists Aaron Betsky, the new dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Scottsdale, Arizona.Read More
For a special collaboration with Ermenegildo Zegna, Peter Marino taps into the brand’s socially minded DNA to create a limited edition cabinet.Read More
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The French artist, Loris Gréaud, second movie to date Sculpt premieres August 16 at LACMA. Sculpt's mystique narrative stars Willem Dafoe as a collector not of art pieces but of experiences, which can be commissioned, bought and sold.Read More
Landscape architect James Corner of Field Operations takes us behind the plantings to discuss the merits of a strategically controlled park experience.Read More
The vibrant centenarian charges full throttle into the fall with a 55-piece retrospective at the Whitney Museum.Read More
Art on High The Art Tribe's annual Aspen takeover was one for the books—and ArtCrush was just the tip of the iceberg.Read More
Cultured celebrates women in art in Aspen, with Net-a-Porter and the Bass Museum of Art.Read More
On August 2, Anderson Ranch hosted a cocktail in honor of a talk between the Hammer Museum’s director Ann Philbin and Los Angeles sculptor Charles Ray at the Aspen home of Howard and Caroline Draft.Read More