Shaping the FutureMohsen Mostafavi, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, fosters a space for the creative engagement of architecture and nature.
The Mayne EventSeptember’s Bloomberg Center in New York is only the latest provocation from Thom Mayne, L.A.’s bad boy architect who is loaded with aggressive ideas—and has a Pritzker to prove it.
Thom Mayne’s Favorite BuildingsThe architect shares his favorite buildings from the past.
Line of SiteSITE Santa Fe debuts a new building by SHoP Architects, the first museum commission for the New York-based architects.
Chicago Built: Jeanne GangThe architect opens up about her collaborations with Nick Cave and her favorite Chicago haunts.
City Guide: ChicagoThe galleries, art spaces to see when on a trip to the Windy City.
Taking Her SeatWith a full slate of shows over the next year, Judy Chicago is getting her wish to be known as more than The Dinner Party.
To Infinity and BeyondAt the Broad, 89-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama dazzles a new generation with her infinite appeal.
The Infinite Possibilities of Njideka Akunyili CrosbyFor the Nigerian-born, Los Angeles-based artist, the stories worth telling harness the limitlessness of collective human experience.
Dinner and a RevolutionElia Alba shines a light on a rich community of artists in her iconic series, The Supper Club.
Beyond Science FictionThe arresting works of Catherine Wagner have long impressed fans like Rei Kawakubo and the Whitney’s Adam Weinberg. Her audience is poised to grow by the millions with a new public commission set to debut next year.
History LessonsLondon-based artist Nick Hornby reconsiders master works to create contemporary sculptures on a grand scale.
Work in Progress As part of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art’s ongoing transformation of its 28-building, 16-acre campus, Joseph Thompson is unveiling the institution’s newly renovated Building 6 this May.
Site-Specific: Elevation 1049Each winter, Gstaad transforms from a sleepy Swiss town into a winter escape for the super elite.
Child’s Play This year at Pulse Miami, kinder MODERN, the fine children’s furniture dealer has commissioned designers Chen Chen + Kai Williams to teach children about design.
Family Ties: Rubell Family Collection This Art Basel Miami Beach, the private museum focuses its energy on two shows- one featuring Brazilian artists and the other dedicated to new acquisitions.
Lasting Impression Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch will present “Desire” a show curated by Diana Widmaier Picasso in the Miami Design District during this Art Basel Miami Beach.
Rainbow ConnectionYvette Mattern’s, The Global Rainbow, will illuminate The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach during this year’s Art Basel week.
The AestheteAthena Calderone, (@eyeswoon), chef, interior designer and newly minted author, presents a paean to all things beautiful with her foray into publishing.
Sleep ScienceNell Diamond is redefining how we shop for one of the most personal spaces in our home, one set of monogrammed sheets at a time.
Sanctuary CityFor-Site Foundation’s Founding Executive Director Cheryl Haines takes us behind the scenes in the making of her latest project, “Sanctuary.”
Power DressingPaola Antonelli’s latest MoMA exhibition examines how fashion defines the way we live.
Campana Brothers: Masters of ReinventionA new show at Friedman Benda renders social commentary into a collection of editioned works of design.
15 Minutes with Katell JaffrèsThe Parisian curator shares his take on the Windy City.
Celebrating Shulamit Nazarian Gallery and Summer WheatOn October 3, Cultured held a cocktail party in London celebrating Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles and Brooklyn-based artist Summer Wheat.
SuperDesign: When Design Wanted to Change the WorldOn September 14, R & Company held the premiere of “SuperDesign: When Design Wanted to Change the World,” a documentary film by curator Maria Cristina Didero and director Francesca Molteri.
Residency UnlimitedOn September 13, Residency Unlimited held a benefit party to celebrate its 8th anniversary at Izhar Patkin’s East Village home and studio.
ICA L.A. Museum OpeningOn September 8, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles held a preview party to celebrate its long-awaited reopening the following day.
Leclaireur LA Celebrates Le RefugeOn August 24, LALA joined Leclaireur LA co-founder Meryl Hadida Shabani to celebrate the arrival of designer Marc Ange’s acclaimed piece, Le Refuge.
Cultured x Jade SignatureCultured, in partnership with Jade Signature, hosted a private, after-hours cocktail party at the Parrish Art Museum in celebration of the mesmerizing “Platform: Clifford Ross Light l Waves” mixed media installation.
Bidding Goodbye to BrooklynIn a bid to grow with its artists, American Medium leaves Bed Stuy for Chelsea.
15 Minutes with Georges BergèsCultured sat down with Georges Bergès to discuss upcoming projects, the future of the gallery and “Harmony in Color and Form,” an exhibition by Laddie John Dill and Kristin Jai Klosterman opening on September 7.
Golden RuleWe Buy Gold, a new gallery in Bed-Stuy provides context for the artists who are creating the neighborhood’s art scene.
Tied TogetherWe’re all just large animals to artist and writer Erin Jane Nelson.
“Merci La France” at Gary Nader The Wynwood gallery presents “Merci La France,” an exhibition that showcases the artistic works of South American expatriates.
Collab ClubDealer Adrian Rosenfeld plants a flag in San Francisco, serving as a connector for galleries from New York to Cologne.
Plant the FutureLandscape architect Brook Klausing has become a go-to for collectors and creatives in New York. Now, with a new line of outdoor furniture debuting at Collective Design, he may actually be able to keep up with the demand.
Natural SelectionLandscape architect Kim Wilkie is getting geological with Britain’s most beloved museum.
Living LandscapeGuerrilla planning, a spate of partnerships and a provocative, heartfelt vision transformed a stretch of derelict waterfront into Socrates Sculpture Park, a vital public arts scene now celebrating its 30th year.
Art Underneath The Underline, a new public park in Miami, taps four of the city’s most revered artists for a series of installations.
Call of the Wild An art-dealing family breaks through the privatized gallery structure with Domaine du Muy, a sprawling sculpture park in the South of France.
A Tree Grows in Bushwick 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.
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Eye of the CenturyOn occasion of the auction of his Henri Cartier-Bresson collection facilitated by Phillips, Cultured caught up with Collector Peter Fetterman to discuss his love for the photographer and the rationale behind his multi-decade obsession.
Christoph Niemann’s Abstract MemoriesOn occasion of his career retrospective, Cultured sat down with Christoph Niemann to discuss social media, his illustrations and his relocation to Berlin.
The Power of PlayAfter the success of PLAY at PULSE Miami Beach last year, the innovative video exhibition is back to explore a dire and pertinent subject: POWER.
Breaking the Painted Ceiling with Mashonda TifrereCultured sat down with Mashonda Tifrere on the eve of the opening of her latest show “King Woman” to discuss her artistic ethos, her music industry origins and how to check gender bias in the arts.
The New L.A: Kenn TaylorCultured sat down with up-and-coming L.A. artist Kenn Taylor to discuss his creative process, the the Los Angeles art scene and the lessons he picked up from Mary Weatherford.
The Guilded AgeGUILD’s Trevyn McGowan introduces the group’s latest venture in Cape Town.
THE HAAS BROTHERS
Check out our exclusive video shot by Douglas Friedman, behind the scenes at our Winter Issue cover shoot with the Haas Brothers.
DINNER PARTY IN HONOR OF RICHARD & ANA MEIER
Miami Beach Vibes
Presented by Cultured Magazine, Michele Oka Doner, Lee Mindel and Micky Wolfson came together at the Surf Club Pavilion to talk all things Miami Beach.
Cultured & Harry Winston Celebrate Art Basel Week
Cultured Magazine kicked off the highly anticipated Art Basel Week with its annual Sunday night dinner party. Co-hosted by Harry Winston, with the support of Norman Foster’s new 551W21 project in New York and Perrier-Jouët, guests from the design and art world gathered for dinner in a private garden.
NET-A-PORTER & Cultured Celebrate Women in Art
On May 5, NET-A-PORTER.com and Sarah Harrelson, editor in chief of Cultured Magazine, hosted a luncheon at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami where Mera Rubell led an inspiring discussion on women in art.
Collecting Design: Frank Lloyd Wright
Preview the new video series, Collecting Design, presented by New York School of Interior Design.
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