Archive for February, 2013

Destination Design Miami

Steven Hempel and Dutch Small take us inside one of the most eagerly watched mash-ups of design and art on the planet. Tree-inspired seating for Fendi, a bench based upon birdsong, and a lust for gold. read on.

Hempel Design%26rsquo;s Steven Hempel Anoints the Best of the Fair

Design Miami, founded 2005, has unquestionably become North America%26rsquo;s showcase for both... | Read More

Destination Design Miami

Steven Hempel and Dutch Small take us inside one of the most eagerly watched mash-ups of design and art on the planet. Tree-inspired seating for Fendi, a bench based upon birdsong, and a lust for gold. read on.

Hempel Design%26rsquo;s Steven Hempel Anoints the Best of the Fair

Design Miami, founded 2005, has unquestionably become North America%26rsquo;s showcase for both... | Read More

Destination Design Miami

Steven Hempel and Dutch Small take us inside one of the most eagerly watched mash-ups of design and art on the planet. Tree-inspired seating for Fendi, a bench based upon birdsong, and a lust for gold. read on.

Hempel Design%26rsquo;s Steven Hempel Anoints the Best of the Fair

Design Miami, founded 2005, has unquestionably become North America%26rsquo;s showcase for both... | Read More

Fairest of the Fair

Dallas Art Fair reaches the five-year marker this spring. Where to begin to navigate the 80-plus booths brimming with cutting-edge fare from the must-see artists you need to know? Catherine D. Anspon engages in a national and international t%26ecirc;te-%26agrave;-t%26ecirc;te with four game-changers, whom touch down next month from Milan, Paris and L.A. Why are they coming to Dallas? Read on.... | Read More

Fairest of the Fair

Dallas Art Fair reaches the five-year marker this spring. Where to begin to navigate the 80-plus booths brimming with cutting-edge fare from the must-see artists you need to know? Catherine D. Anspon engages in a national and international t%26ecirc;te-%26agrave;-t%26ecirc;te with four game-changers, whom touch down next month from Milan, Paris and L.A. Why are they coming to Dallas? Read on.... | Read More

Fairest of the Fair

Dallas Art Fair reaches the five-year marker this spring. Where to begin to navigate the 80-plus booths brimming with cutting-edge fare from the must-see artists you need to know? Catherine D. Anspon engages in a national and international t%26ecirc;te-%26agrave;-t%26ecirc;te with four game-changers, whom touch down next month from Milan, Paris and L.A. Why are they coming to Dallas? Read on.... | Read More

Phoenix and David Bowie With New Music and More

On this edition of All Songs Considered, Robin Hilton bares his heart and soul only to have co-host Bob Boilen crush it mercilessly. The point of contention? John Denver. The late country singer, who provided the soundtrack to Robin's childhood, is celebrated on a new record called The Music Is You: A Tribute To John Denver. It features, among many other cuts and artists, My Morning Jacket... | Read More

Brass Bed, Bombino, KEN Mode, Waxahatchee, More

This week All Songs Considered, is brought to you in part by the letter B. Robin Hilton starts it off with Louisiana natives Brass Bed and the group's addictive rock-pop stylings with the song "Cold Chicory."

Bob Boilen introduces a track that he can't help but shout about by the Nigerian... | Read More

The Price Is Right — and Right Now

One of the most captivating exhibitions ever of contemporary ceramics lands at the Nasher Sculpture Center this month: “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective,” organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This exhibition firmly places the late West Coast master (1935 – 2012) in the realm of contemporary sculptors eschewing a narrow decorative arts definition. Long before Chihuly... | Read More

The Price Is Right — and Right Now

One of the most captivating exhibitions ever of contemporary ceramics lands at the Nasher Sculpture Center this month: “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective,” organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This exhibition firmly places the late West Coast master (1935 – 2012) in the realm of contemporary sculptors eschewing a narrow decorative arts definition. Long before Chihuly... | Read More

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