Kabinett is an app with a mission to put critics and curators out of business. Well, maybe not ‘out of business’ so much as in the business of competing with everyone from a six-year-old amateur artist (the founder’s son, natch) to local scenesters and nascent gallerists. Anyone can upload pictures, write short reviews and share information about exhibitions, concerts, performances and other cultural happenings on its 1.0 version, which launched in late December and currently has about 1,200 users. Exceptional content is selected for a curated main feed monitored by experts, while other posts are shown only to followers.
The Rug Company continues to bridge fashion and interiors, while expanding into the digital space—geographically in the Bay Area and literally with a new app.Read More
Whether he’s presiding over his annual artist-and-whiskey-fueled Shindig in Alabama or preparing for a long-overdue international expansion, Billy Reid puts his community first.Read More
Fifty years ago, B&B Italia started a revolution in furniture design. Today, innovation remains the driving force behind the Italian powerhouse.Read More
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Need a snapshot of the most significant creators in contemporary design? Friedman Benda’s new show is a love letter to those who have shaped the canon—and the gallery—over the last decade.Read More
Designer Robert Stadler takes on New York this spring, with dual solo shows at the Noguchi Museum and Carpenters Workshop Gallery.Read More
Hood By Air founder Shayne Oliver walks the line between Darwinistic glamour and avant garde fashion.Read More
More than 10 years ago a chance encounter led fashion designer Phillip Lim to a passion for art and a partner in crime in advisor B.J. Topol.Read More
Studio Swine partnered with COS to create an immersive, multi-sensory experience entitled New Spring during Milan's Salone del Mobile 2017.Read More
Contributing Editor Phillip Michael Wolfson shares his impressions from his first trip to Dubai for the region's Art & Design Week.Read More
The roving Studio Swine is a pair of ravenous cultural consumers.Read More