Amongst the sprawling one-story warehouses of downtown LA, Murmurs Gallery stands out with its polished glass-and-concrete exterior and beckoning matcha and café-latte sign. The recently reopened, community-oriented events space and gallery boasts an artist-curated shop, café, plant-filled courtyard, and monthly
The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center — The Clemente for short — is a quiet cultural trove. The architecture juxtaposes its clamoring Lower East Side neighborhood, standing proud on the corner of Rivington Street under a sedate,
Tucked into a stripped-down space in the upper reaches of a building beside the High Line, Hesse Flatow gallery displays Plum Cloutman’s work almost in secret. Not actually, of course—the U.K.-based painter and printmaker’s solo show has been quite popular
The Shed arts center opened in the spring of 2019 in Hudson Yards, a megadevelopment that ate up $25 billion dollars. This kind of rapid development and pushback is endemic to New York. Yet despite the unremarkability of the architecture
If Alvar Aalto can be dubbed the ‘architect’s architect,’ I call Costantino Nivola the ‘architect’s artist.’ A Sardinian native, he fled Fascist Italy with his Jewish wife, finding himself happily ingrained in the explosive mid-century AbEx New York City ecosystem.
Q&A: Behind the scenes with Art in Odd Places Curator Furusho von Puttkammer This weekend, we’re looking forward to checking out the myriad of outdoor artworks and performances curated by Furusho von Puttkammer for the Art in Odd Places art fair.
Emily Conklin "…In that Empire, the Art of Cartography attained such Perfection that the map of a single Province occupied the entirety of a City, and the map of the Empire, the entirety of a Province. In time, those Unconscionable Maps
Bitcoin Planet, by oxiyusuf In the infancy of the internet, it was thought by some that we were on the brink of a global communist revolution, as new technologies for sharing would obviate the need for private property. This belief seemed