Photo FinishAlina Cohen reports from the Lianzhou Foto festival about the long-awaited opening of China’s first photography museum.
Getting ReddyBreaking through glass ceilings has been the fascinating prism of architect Suchi Reddy’s vision.
Edmund Hollander Is an Advocate for the TreesA great fan of collaboration, Edmund Hollander has been creating landscapes to suit all manner of environment, from Sun Valley to Southampton. Just don’t ask him to move a tree.
Sly OperatorChicago-based architect Ania Jaworska is bringing a playful, intellectual spirit to her conceptual installations— and an upcoming show at Friedman Benda.
Motor CityArchitect Terence Riley brings a touch of Dada to the Design District with the Museum Garage.
Critical MassThe ICA Miami makes its much anticipated debut this month, raising the city’s cultural bar. Wendy Vogel tours the new museum with Director Ellen Salpeter.
Necessary FictionsCurator Lauren Mackler re-envisions the role of the public intellectual.
San Francisco Counterculture Perennials Take ChelseaNatasha Boas connects the dots between two radical new shows.
Bailey Scieszka: Young Artists 2018The Detroit-based artist describes her relationship to Old Put, her performance persona, as Jekyll might talk about Hyde.
The Oracle: Joshua AbelowPainter, writer and art dealer Joshua Abelow has always been one step ahead of the art world, and his latest project, Freddy, is no exception.
Hannah Levy: Young Artists 2018There is an alluring sensibility to the artist’s practice as it traverses the gap between sculpture and design.
Maggie Lee: Young Artists 2018The New York artist takes her practice new heights with a billboard on the Bowery.
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 Four Young Designers to Know in 2018Janelle Zara checks in with the industry’s most promising talents.
Alexandra Proba: Young Designers 2018The designer refers to her Instagram feed as “my sketchbook with an audience.”
Mimi Jung: Young Designers 2018The designer explores the conceptual elements of privacy in public space through her woven textiles and objects.
Isaac Nichols: Young Artist 2018The designer went from making 60 pots by hand to employing a four-person team capable of making 10,000 pots.
Eny Lee Parker: Young Designers 2018The designer incorporates traditional materials, such as terra cotta, into her contemporary practice.
Matali Crasset’s Intentional DesignSince opening her Paris studio in 1998, Matali Crasset has been on a design mission.
NET-A-PORTER x Learning Lab VenturesOn January 11, Mary Alice Haney Davidov, Rochelle Gores Fredston and Shannon Rotenberg hosted an intimate lunch in a private residence in Bel-Air to honor Alison Loehnis, President of NET-A-PORTER and MR PORTER.
Art Los Angeles ContemporaryArt Los Angeles Contemporary, the International Art Fair of the West Coast, returns from January 25 to 28 at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
Young Artist Initiative x Cultured presents RAWDuring the week of Art Basel, Young Artist Initiative presented RAW— a multi-sensory, 3-floor immersive pop up experience at the Historic Post Office Building in Downtown Miami.
Roche Bobois x V Starr InteriorsOn December 8, Roche Bobois and Venus Williams’ firm, V Starr Interiors hosted an exclusive dinner to celebrate French Art de Vivre during the week of Art Basel.
87 Park and Cultured Celebrate the Art World’s Rising StarsOn December 6, Cultured celebrated its Winter issue with a 100-person, seated dinner at 87 Park’s seaside gallery hosted by founder Sarah Harrelson and Terra Group’s David Martin.
Cultured x CrozierOn December 7, Crozier and Cultured hosted “Crozier Uncrated,” a conversation on collecting contemporary art with collector and curator Tiffany Zabludowicz and artist Rachel Rossin.
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.
JR Goes Big for Lazinc London dealer and agent Steve Lazarides debuts a new gallery with a monumental new show by JR.
15 Minutes with David LaChapelleCultured sat down with David LaChapelle to discuss the pursuit of the transcendent, Whitney Houston and how living in Hawaii has shaped his photography.
15 Minutes with Amber VittoriaCultured tapped the artist Amber Vittoria to reinterpret our Winter cover.
15 Minutes with Christopher BootsCultured sat down with Christopher Boots to discuss his production style, the artisan mindset and upcoming projects.
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 HAAS BROTHERS
Check out our exclusive video shot by Douglas Friedman, behind the scenes at our Winter Issue cover shoot with the Haas Brothers.
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.
Collecting Design: Frank Lloyd Wright
Preview the new video series, Collecting Design, presented by New York School of Interior Design.
Collecting Design: Charlotte Perriand
Cultured contributor Daniella Ohad turns her attention to the trailblazing designer Charlotte Perriand in the latest edition of the “Collecting Design” video series.
Get to know five of the artists showing at VOLTA—Fanny Allie, Kevin Bourgeois, Avital Burg, Jeffery Hargrave and Lado Pochkhua.
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