PAD, pioneering event for Art and Design aficionados and collectors, has been reinventing for the past 20 years the Cabinet d’Amateur and the notion of eclecticism, anticipating the esthetic aspirations of its time. Season after season, it offers an intimate cocoon to those who have made decorative arts and design the core of their collection, driven by passion and heritage.
The Museum of Architecture's upcoming Health Wellbeing and Architecture programming covers important current issues such as considerations for public health, and architects and designers response to the refugee crisis.
Art/Talking is a monthly project led by artist and art educator Nadia Berri aimed at exploring the variety and depth of the London Art Scene as well as key themes in current contemporary art practice.
Places visited will range from collections, foundations, institutions, artist studios, alternative spaces and artist-run spaces. Each will be announced one month in advance on DeTnk.
Mexico City-based Escobedo Soliz Studio has been named the winner of MoMA and MoMA PS1's annual Young Architects Program (YAP) in New York - now in its 17th edition.
The inaugural Design Miami/ Market brings a new kind of product to the fair, with a fresh approach to retail offered by J.Crew, LIZWORKS, Dean & DeLuca and ARTBOOK.
As the market for collectible design continues to evolve and mature with each edition, Design Miami/ celebrates the full diversity of its field. This December the fair offers extraordinary works from galleries based on five continents that specialize in everything from classic early twentieth century design to the conceptual cutting edge.
Writer Ken Worpole looks at Ben Rivers' work and his curated exhibition Edgelands as a starting place to consider experiments in living, life and new kinds of hope on the margins.
Istanbul-based Tabanlıoğlu Architects is thrilled to have been chosen to showcase their installation with Arik Levy at the inaugural Somerset House 10 Designers in the West Wing at London Design Festival 2015.
The third edition of Collective Design’s fair will open to the public May 13 through 17 at Skylight Clarkson Sq in West Soho, as part of NYCxDesign. The 2015 fair will feature an international roster of returning and first-time exhibitors, representing established and emerging design talents from Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan, Paris, New York, and Oslo, among other creative capitals.
Over the last decade, art museums have restaged many performances and dances, mostly from the 1960s and 1970s. Not quite live and not quite dead, these reenactments have introduced a zombie-like time into cultural institutions.
In its 10th edition, Design Miami/ pays tribute to the evolution of the collectible design market with its founding galleries and celebrates the growing interest in work from the 1970s and 80s, classic and contemporary American design and the materials of the moment alongside new works commissioned for the fair.
As part of the London Design Festival at the V&A 2014 thought leader, Branko Lukic - will present a discussion entitled 'Beyond Design: Creating Emotional Relevance.
The exhibition EXEMPLARY: 150 Years of the MAK – from Arts and Crafts to Design, one of the central projects celebrating the 150th anniversary of the MAK, sparks an inspired and inspiring confrontation between the richly traditional MAK Collection and the contemporary design avant-garde.
Design Miami/ Basel returns with a gallery program that balances contemporary practice at its most cutting edge with strong historic works by some of the world’s leading designers and craft ateliers.