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Two late-spring exhibits at R & Company recontextualize the New York gallery’s vast roster of talents and historical expertise
Brent Dzekciorius and Libby Sellers seek to identify Generation X design with a survey exhibit at Friedman Benda Gallery
5 Design Hotspots at this year’s Venice Biennale
Frieze Art Fair spawns offshoot events including a new crop of design exhibits
Adam Nathaniel Furman’s Democratic Monument
How can interior architecture and design help to erase the boundaries of public and private spheres?
Johnston Marklee & Associates’ Sale House in Venice, California, was inspired by the 1970s and 80s architecture in Los Angeles. Shot by photographer Livia Corona, these photos are published in the firm’s book House Is A House Is A House.
Artist Edie Fake explores gender identity and sexuality through architectural drawings
Artists and designers experiment with indoor lighting systems
A grandiose tour of Mexican architecture comes to New York