The design studio Space Copenhagen is working to breathe life back into Jacobsen’s vision for the world’s first designer hotel.
Liu Shiyuan’s videos, photos, and installations wrangle with the deluge of information and imagery we’re constantly fed without veering into incoherence.
A new document released by the Foundation claims Avedon: Something Personal contains mistakes ranging from the photographer’s hair color to the dates of major exhibitions.
Ildiko Enyedi’s film, which is nominated for an Oscar, is a fantastical reflection on human intimacy and vulnerability.
Trump has twice suggested that the NEA be shut down, but for the first time, 11 foundations signed a joint statement of opposition.
In order to make large portraits of European elites, artists had to literally piece together pieces of paper, circumventing the limitations of their medium.
In Mexico, the architecture of Félix Candela punctuates landscapes like giant flowers, folded umbrellas, and cresting waves.
An Italian woman’s post featuring the 30,000-year-old artifact was removed late last year; last month, the museum that houses it called out the social network.
In Los Angeles, a 9-foot uterus capped with boxing glove ovaries rotates on a three-story pole outside The Standard hotel.
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Black Radical Imagination aims to expand the boundaries that have historically limited people of color in cinema.