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In New Wave Clay, ceramicist Sandy Brown explains why she uses the natural medium to create spiritual moments.
Japan – DDAA is behind the set-up for Dress Code: Are You Playing Fashion?, a show in Japan that seeks to spur critical thinking in its audience.
Seoul – The cofounders of Migliore + Servetto Architects make public their personal kinship with their teacher at Seoul’s Hangaram Art Museum.
Jury member Ramona Bronkar Bannayan will share key takeaway lessons about the growth – and survival – of art institutions in a talk at our upcoming event.
Hong Kong – Commissioned by the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage Arts and designed by Ado Culture, Let’s Do Lunch explores the lunching rituals of Hong Kongers.
London – By opening more space to the public and progressing exhibitions with different responses, WilkinsonEyre-transformed galleries in London's Science Museum reveal more than just …
Bologna – Anthropocene, a multimedia exhibition at Bologna's MAST, investigates the human footprint on Earth and highlights the evolving role of design.
For Swedish architecture centre ArkDes, Note Design Studio translated the archetypal construction site into an exhibition, running through 1 March 2020, honoring the cultural impact of prefab …
Paris – Tinder's Élodie Fagan explains how artists inform the dating app’s innovations, what empowerment means in a digital age, and how singledom informs the built environment.
Longyearbyen, Norway – You’ll have to make it to Longyearbyen – a town on a Norwegian archipelago between the mainland and North Pole – to visit The Arc, a Snøhetta-designed …
Nantes – A Japanese rose producer entrusted Sohei Nakanishi to develop the scenography for an exhibition during Les Floralies Internationales Nantes.
Kolding, Denmark – An audio-olfactory installation at Denmark’s Trapholt Museum by Studio Omer Polak addresses the growing concern about deforestation.
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