On his 150th birthday, a digital tour of the architect's best designs.
I only partially mean mapping as a charting and identification of space. For Martin it is a mapping of the mind (or the painted
A couple of years ago, the Getty held the exhibition "the Scandalous Art of James Ensor". You want a shock? Here you have
Let's talk about that toilet and what it means as "art."
Don't forget to flush.
In the art world, it seems 2015 was the year of the underdog. In and among the blockbusters and biennials, there were a great number of retrospectives devoted to artists who have long been under-rated, under-valued, and under-recognized for their achievements.
Alberto Burri, a surgeon who became a painter, preferred "precarious equilibrium and masterful control of the unpredictable". A once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at the Guggenheim is a dramatic example of an artist marching to his own drum and for any creative person, a source of passionate inspiration not to be missed.
They're funky, they're traditional, they're 30-somethings, they're Nuqat (dots), and they're taking the Arab Gulf's art, culture and design scene by storm from Kuwait.
Peggy Guggenheim stands in stark contrast to the collectors of today, many of whom buy for portfolios and not passion and whose private museums and art galleries are not places of discovery but enshrinement. There were no six degrees of separation from the artists to Peggy who just as often slept beside them as hung them on her walls. 'I began to see Peggy... as the last of Henry James's transatlantic heroines, Daisy Miller with rather more balls.' wrote Gore Vidal.
Fourth grade, PS 48, Staten Island, 2015 © 2015 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York This year, O'Brien teamed up with
On Thursday, The Guggenheim Museum hosted its annual Young Collector's Party. The evening supported The Guggenheim Museum in its pursuit to procure works by emerging contemporary artists.
90-Year-Old Iranian Artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian Gets Her First Comprehensive U.S. Exhibition
But New York's influence was only a flicker in the mirror compared to that of Monir's home country of Iran. She returned
In the Kennedy era, the concept of "wearable technology" that would capture your every motion and wink of sleep was the stuff of science fiction. But for conceptual artist On Kawara (1933-2014), logging everyday minutiae became his life's work and legacy.
Let us know your thoughts on the short film in the comments. Throughout the ten-minute piece, little * twirls around his