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John Derian’s latest collaboration with the French ceramic tableware company Astier de Villatte is user-friendly.
At the International Furniture Fair, exhibitors struggle to stay fresh and commercially viable, despite a dismal economy.
A bid to have the most prestigious award in architecture, the Pritzker Prize, give more acknowledgment to Denise Scott Brown, wife and partner of the 1991 winner, Robert Venturi, is gaining momentum.
“Human Nature,” an installation by the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone that features statues weighing 17 and a half tons, is “the ultimate combination of art and engineering.”
Mr. Ramírez designed a series of monuments to Mexican culture, including museums, a sports stadium and the Basilica of Guadalupe shrine.
Indictments unsealed Tuesday outlined a case involving Russian gangsters, gambling, extortion and a family of art dealers with a gallery in the opulent Carlyle Hotel.
Property owners in the Manhattan neighborhood, soon to be home to the new Whitney Museum, are selling to builders who are developing sites that have long sat vacant or underused.
“Mobile Homestead,” a model of Mike Kelley’s childhood home, will open at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
Mr. Infantino, a creator of a spate of superheroes, rose from artist to editor to publisher of the comic-book titan DC Comics.
Thoughtful fringe shows have always served as refreshing counterpoints to the commercial bombast of the Salone del Mobile in Milan, but last week they provided a sorely needed sense of purpose.
Mr. Reich put on exhibitions of emerging artists in his tiny studio apartment in Chelsea before moving to a commercial space.
The board of the Italian American Museum in the Little Italy neighborhood of Manhattan has drawn up plans to sell its building to a developer and relocate inside whatever structure replaces it.
The Museum of the City of New York has agreed to continue running the museum for another three months.
“Time and Navigation,” a new permanent exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum, charts the history of navigation — by land, sea, air and outer space — through the centuries.
Nike has introduced its latest line of lightweight, limited-edition footwear at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan.
In this issue we feature images that we hope open your eyes to new ideas of taste and beauty as they have ours.
The actress Julianne Moore is the cover subject of the Spring Design issue of T, where we learn how the natural beauty likes to play against type.
From fine jewelry to home goods to tropical properties, T breaks down the world of the designer India Hicks.