The films of Distance Noguchi show the empty museum’s famous sculpture garden faintly stirred by the wind, the gentle splash of a fountain, or the chance arrival of a bird.
The stereotype of Japan as a “less-is-more” kind of country is, in fact, quite misleading.
Thomas Barger, whose material of choice is colorful paper pulp, is part of a generation of adventurous furniture designers reshaping their field in the US.
In a career that kept her on the move for many years, Westphal was endlessly curious and creative, working in ceramics, quilting, fiber, Xerox, and wearable art.
The artisanal has always been seen as a counterweight to the industrial. Both appear in the work of Patricia Urquiola.
Anissa Mack uses the county craft fair as inspiration, context, and content.
In the annals of overlooked artists, Dorothy Grebenak is an extreme case.