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  1. Ernesto Neto: Dancing Allowed

    Ernesto Neto: Dancing Allowed

    Brazilian sculptor Ernesto Neto creates all-encompassing installations of stretchy, stocking-like translucent scrims extending from ceiling to floor and often filled with aromatic spices or...

    06.08.10

  2. Diana Al-Hadid

    Diana Al-Hadid

    The sculptor's first solo museum exhibition features baroque architectural forms made of cardboard, plywood, plaster, and resin. Al-Hadid's pieces are informed by an array of influences, including...

    06.08.10

  3. The Secret Life of Plants

    The Secret Life of Plants

    San Francisco–based artist and photographer presents his latest collection of photograms. Each piece is made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a photographic...

    05.30.10

  4. Division and Discovery
    Travel Reports

    Division and Discovery

    I heralded the beginning of my summer with an excursion along the Maine coast, which landed me in Portland this past weekend. After poking my nose into the tattoo shops along Fore Street, snacking...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    photos by: Tiffany Chu
    05.25.10

  5. Yves Klein's Air Architecture
    Event Spotlight

    Yves Klein's Air Architecture

    In conjunction with the massive retrospective "Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers" that the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC is launching tomorrow, they've also...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    05.20.10

  6. Xavier Le Roy, Self-Unfinished
    Interviews

    Xavier Le Roy, Self-Unfinished

    Hailing from Montpellier in the south of France, Xavier Le Roy is a renowned modern choreographer (and former biochemist) whose work kneads together space, human body, and machine. After seeing...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    05.04.10

  7. Art by Adrian Albino
    Product

    Art by Adrian Albino

    I have a thing for stripes—always have, and always will. One need only look to the myriad stripes in my home, from bath towels and shirts by Paul Smith, to ties and slacks by Etro, to the...

    04.28.10

  8. Artist Kii Arens: Live/Work Studio
    Travel Reports

    Artist Kii Arens: Live/Work Studio

    While researching affordable Pop Art for Dwell last month I came across the art of Kii Arens. He designs the posters for the shows at The Hollywood Bowl and I was smitten by the images he created...

    04.27.10

  9. Joseph Hart / Out of Moments

    Joseph Hart / Out of Moments

    Brooklyn-based artist Joseph Hart will be displaying his latest suite of works at this exhibition in Paris. For more on Hart's work, please visit his website.

    04.27.10

  10. Oakland Museum Preview
    Travel Reports

    Oakland Museum Preview

    Last week I got a sneak preview of the Oakland Museum of California, a Kevin Roche-designed museum in Oakland that's set to reopen on Saturday, May 1st. Mark Cavagnero Associates has completed...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.26.10

  11. Facade Printer Inkjets the City
    Product

    Facade Printer Inkjets the City

    Touted as 'an inkjet printer in architectonical scale,' the Facadeprinter works by taking a vector or pixel file, and 'shoots' it dot by dot onto a vertical surface.

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    04.21.10

  12. Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening
    Event Spotlight

    Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening

    The opening exhibition of Thomas Hayes Gallery in Hollywood embodies the showroom’s renewed focus on art, with works by artists representing an array of generations, backgrounds, mediums and...

    written by: Erika Heet
    04.18.10

  13. Wattis Institute Presents: The Way Beyond Art: Sunny Memories

    Wattis Institute Presents: The Way Beyond Art: Sunny Memories

    This is the first in a series of projects titled The Way Beyond Art, starting in spring 2010, in which a faculty member from any of CCA's programs presents a one-week exhibition in the Wattis...

    04.13.10

  14. Friday Finds 4.9.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 4.9.2010

    We present our favorite discoveries garnered from the past week of Internet trawling, spotlighting interesting digital tidbits. Today's offering includes new Universal Design creations for the...

    04.09.10

  15. Überblick by Thomas Heinser
    Event Spotlight

    Überblick by Thomas Heinser

    Though the Golden Gate and the Bay Bridge are certainly the most famous, there are in fact seven bridges that span the wide waters of the San Francisco Bay. German photographer Thomas Heinser has...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    photos by: Thomas Heinser
    04.09.10

  16. Speed and Glamour: Early Automobiles and New York City

    Speed and Glamour: Early Automobiles and New York City

    New York City played an important role in making the automobile an icon of modernism. Join Phil Patton, automobile design expert and co-curator of the Museum's exhibition Cars, Culture, and the...

    04.09.10

  17. When We Talk About Good Design
    Essay

    When We Talk About Good Design

    Many architects and designers, when talked down from the theoretical towers of “sculptural forms” and “floating volumes” and made to speak of their craft in humbler terms,...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    04.05.10

  18. Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening

    Thomas Hayes Gallery Opening

    Thomas Hayes, the founder of Noho Modern, reopens his doors as Thomas Hayes Gallery with a continued focus on mid-century decorative arts from modern Brazilian masters—Sergio Rodrigues, Jose...

    03.31.10

  19. Illustrator Mike Perry
    Interviews

    Illustrator Mike Perry

    Mike Perry knows how to fill a page--and beginning this week, he's filling a 2,800-square-foot exhibition space at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The Brooklyn-based illustrator and...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    03.29.10

  20. Scott Chambers

    Illustrator based in the United Kingdom

    03.25.10

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