Contents of this Issue
Page 107 of 135
106 CULTURED PHOTOS COURTESY OF FAMILY
Articles in this issue
Contributors: Which architect, artist or designer is on your radar?
Editor's Note: This issue celebrates innovation.
Cultured 25: Here's what to do, where to be and what to see this spring.
La Dolce Vita: Legendary dealer Barry Friedman closes his storied career with a Christie's sale of his own, wide-ranging personal collection.
Powers Combined: The progressive-thinking Collective Design Fair grows into its second year.
Master Class: Ralph Pucci brings his stable of design-world luminaries to Miami with a brand-new showroom in Wynwood.
Art of the Crossover: Before there were collaborations like Pharrell and Takashi Murakami, Cary Leitzes had already mastered the creative connection.
Breaking the Rules: Hannah Hoffman and Erin Falls are relishing the freedom of having a gallery in Los Angeles.
Maternal Instinct: Faye Toogood returns to Milan with a softer aesthetic.
Head South: Dallas Contemporary's executive director, Peter Doroshenko, gives us the scoop on Dallas Arts Week.
Lightness of Being: Thaddeus Wolfe pushes the boundaries of blown glass with his new solo exhibition at Chicago's Volume Gallery
Studio: Atelier Cruz-Diez 75009 Paris
Counter Culture: Cesar Garcia and The Mistake Room challenge L.A.'s art identity.
Earthly Delights: Victoire de Castellane presents her first exhibition in New York.
Living Architecture: The newest project for MoMA/PS1's Young Architects Program installation combines high design, natural materials and sustainability.
New York State of Mind: Dan Colen, one of the city's pioneering artist of the new century is the focus of a new solo show at the Brant Foundation.
Queen of the Night: Artist Jennifer Rubell revives the debaucherous spirit of old New York nightlife.
Common Threads: Henzel Studio Collaboration's debut line of contemporary art rugs worthy of wall space.
Fashion Forward: Who says you can't discover new art and fashion at the same time? FolioCue has you covered.
The Strength Within: Marina Abramovis has gone through drastic measures for the sake of performance art- and she's not slowing down anytime soon
Smart Moves: After making their mark in Los Angeles, gallerists Tim Blum and Jeff Poe extend their reach to New York and Tokyo.
Full Circle: In her new book, "Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape, " the celebrated photographer takes us on her journey.
Two of a Kind: The duo behind the buzzed-about New York art gallery 47 Canal navigate the art world on their own terms.
The New Vanguard: With a Kanye commission in their pocket, New York architects Family are on a star trajectory.
Global Exposure: RH Contemporary Art Scours the world to showcase an international array of work, including an eye-popping group show of current Chinese artists.
The Whitney Biennial 2014: For the last biennial in its old digs, the Whitney tries a new formula.
Events: Harry Winston, The Surf Club and Perrier-Jouet honor Richard Meier.
Cultured X AMMA: Fernando Mastrangelo and Samuel Amoia fuse the organix and synthetic for their new furniture line, AMMA Studio.
Archives of this issue
view archives of Cultured Magazine - Spring 2014