Dream WeaverArchitect Jenny Sabin’s high-tech material fantasies are coming to life in New York.
The RingmasterArchitect Pat Bosch creates buildings that change lives, while humbly leading a design team of more than 50 innovators.
Heavy LiftingArchitect Andrew Heid visits the archives at MoMA with Barry Bergdoll to get a preview of “Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive.”
Building As Exhibit Cultured caught up with Grimshaw’s Vincent Chang, Christian Hoenigschmid-Grossich and Christina Tung, all of whom have worked extensively on the Frost Science Museum, which opened this week.
Design in DialogueTo arrive at their elegant architectural solutions, Leroy Street studio starts by asking questions.
Against All OddsFaR Architects breaks through Lebanon’s glass ceiling, earning the firm international attention for its socially targeted projects.
Saint and Sinner The great German painter Anselm Kiefer bares his soul as his new exhibition plays out at Gagosian Gallery.
Yesterday, RenewedMagazzino, a new art venue dedicated to Arte Povera, opens a door to Italian art history while keeping its place in the present.
Golden GramsDavid Benjamin Sherry retreats from his vibrant landscapes to a decidedly inward looking show at Salon 94.
Urban AlienationKatja Novitskova’s new sculptures may look otherworldly, but they are very much grounded in reality.
Queen BeeLA multi-media artist Rachel Mason collaborates with award-winning artist and filmmaker Eric Leiser to create a animated video for her single, “Queen Bee.”
Forward MomentumWith institutions and galleries shaking up their ranks, the young curator has never been a more vital part of the equation. Here are the 10 curators we found pushing the field forward.
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.
A Wild MindSarah Thornton catches up with Ivy Ross, Google Hardware’s “Head of Intuition and Beauty.”
Musings on DesignKatie Stout catches up with Jim Walrod at her design studio to recount their friendship and the age old question: is it art or or design?
The Future PerfectMax Mara’s collaboration with artist Liu Wei resulted in clothing for the forward-thinking urbanite.
Fired UpNew York institution UrbanGlass has quietly supported artists, from Robert Rauschenberg to Tauba Auerbach, for the last 40 years. But with next month’s anniversary celebration, they’re about to make some noise.
In StitchesDesigner Madeline Weinrib’s rugs may be de rigueur, but as Mieke ten Have learns, zig zags and ikats were at one time an acquired taste.
Filter ThisWith a new app called Kabinett, founder Eduardo Costantini, Jr. wants to democratize art criticism once and for all.
A Summer Day at the Glass HouseOn June 10, the Glass House celebrated its annual summer party which focused on the 10th anniversary of its inauguration as a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Net-a-Porter x MOCAOn June 2, Cultured and Net-a-Porter hosted an intimate lunch to celebrate women and the arts at MOCA.
The Whitney Museum of American Art Gala and Studio PartyOn May 23, the Whitney Museum of American Art hosted its annual gala and studio party honoring Whitney Trustee Neil G. Bluhm.
ICA L.A. Inaugural Gala BruncheonOn May 20th, Artist Carrie Mae Weems was the honoree of the Inaugural Gala Bruncheon at The Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Art AuctionOn May 21, Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Art Auction celebrated the 38th anniversary of its annual community event and fundraiser at Google’s Venice Beach headquarters.
UrbanGlass’ 40th AnniversaryOn May 16th, UrbanGlass marked its 40th anniversary at its annual Gala and Auction, held at their building in Ft Greene, Brooklyn.
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.
An Open BookFor 25 years, dealer Brian Butler has maintained his status as the most unguarded person in the art world.
Dealers, DecentralizedThe balkanization of the gallery world is full of wonderful surprises from North Little Rock, Arkansas to the Lower East Side…of Milwaukee.
The AmbassadorHow Jack Shainman made the (art) world come to him.
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.
Curator Spotlight: Jamillah JamesThe Los Angeles-based curator weighs in on the opening of the ICA Los Angeles.
15 Minutes with Christian LouboutinIn celebration of the opening the Christian Louboutin Miami Design District boutique, the mastermind behind the signature red sole, Christian Louboutin, sat down for an interview with Cultured.
Fair TradeMECA Director and Founder Danny Báez answers our questions about Puerto Rico’s first art fair.
David Yurman Debuts Young Artist Prize On May 19, David Yurman announced Lila Reynolds as the winner of the inaugural David Yurman Young Artist Prize for 2017.
15 Minutes with Michel ParmigianiCultured sat down with Parmigiani Fleurier Founder Michel Parmigiani to discuss the design of the Toric Chonomètre, the meaning of time and assembling a creative vision.
Hermès X The Glass HouseA new partnership between two houses—one made from glass, the other from silk—is realized this week with Hermès’ limited edition release of Centered Rhyme,
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Daniella on Design
Design expert Daniella Ohad continues her video series on collecting design.
The Art of the Table
Cultured and Christofle present The Art of the Table with a ladies lunch at Soho Beach House, Miami.
Harry Winston and Cultured Magazine Dinner
On Sunday, December 2, 2013, Cultured Magazine along with Harry Winston and Olatz Schnabel hosted an intimate Collectors Welcome Dinner at architect David Schwarz’s private residence honoring the Director of Design Miami/, Marianne Goebl.
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