A Mirrored Garden Comes to the Met Rooftop
Graham, a central figure in contemporary art since the 1960s, has worked in a variety of media: still photography, film and video, architectural models, drawings, and more. A major retrospective opened at MoCA in Los Angeles in February 2009, and will travel to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
- Our world is becoming more and more urban. Today, as Dwell contributor Mark Lamster reported for our June 2010 Megacities issue, more than 75 cities boast populations of more than 5 million.
- Graham Pullin is an interaction designer who teaches at the University of Dundee in Scotland. His new book is Design Meets Disability, out next month from MIT Press.
- In a campaign pledge last week that resembles a high school candidate’s promise to give out free pop during lunchtime, Paris mayoral candidate Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, of the center-right UMP…
- As writer Shonquis Moreno put it, after traveling to Turkey’s most cosmopolitan city for the first annual Istanbul Design Biennial, "Istanbul is a city of chaos, improvisation, and irony, where a…
- "One Thousand Doors, No Exit" is currently on view until April 2nd at the Graham Foundation in Chicago.
- The use of mirrors and mirrored surfaces to add dimension and create a visual illusion of space is a tried-and-true trick of the trade in interior design.
- Architect Ko Wibowo designed a house of prodigious proportions beneath the hulking rise of Mount Ranier.