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Architecture Aug 17, 2010

Essay | The Town That Corbusier Built

Respect for the design of Chandigarh, India, is growing, even as the modernist city is showing wear. But who will care, if access to its most impressive monuments is restricted? Ashish Nangia addresses the above questions in “The Town That… Read more
Design Jul 29, 2010

Bill Gardner’s 2010 Logo Design Trends

Anyone interested in graphic identities and logo design should check out Bill Gardner’s 2010 report as quickly as possible. Every year, Gardner assesses trends and gives a comprehensive run down of the current modes popular in the field… Read more
Uncategorized Jul 28, 2010

We Are Your Studio on Macrame

Last week, We Are Your Studio posted a solid run down of contemporary artists employing the traditional technique of macrame (“Folk Futures: A Stitch in Time”). Artists Joana Vasconcelos, Ernesto Neto, Tomas Saraceno and Josh Blackwell are… Read more
Books & Magazines Apr 1, 2010

It’s Nice That Issue #3

It’s Nice That rolls out its third foray into print today, pulling material from the website published from October 2009 to March 2010 and adding a bevvy of interviews and features. Included are chats with furniture designer Tom Dixon… Read more
Art Mar 29, 2010

Roberta Smith on Post-Abstract Representational Painters

In case you missed Sunday’s New York Times, Roberta Smith’s “It’s Not Dry Yet” shouldn’t be missed. Smith takes readers through a quick history of painting since impressionism, placing emphasis on the narrowing of painterly concerns through… Read more
Books & Magazines Feb 12, 2010

The Bad Boys of Art

With new exhibitions from Hirst, the Gelitin Collective, Leonardo Drew, and more on view in New York, Roberta Smith takes time out to ask “what makes an art bad boy?” Her run down of the collected shows is well worth … Read more
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