Ai Weiwei’s only U.S. residence includes a 3,500-square-foot main house, a Y-shaped guest house, and a serene pool.
Artists from around the world have been painting their walls at home.
Elaborate ice sculptures ranging from the steps of Santorini to giant bones and cats are carved across 15 art suites.
Starting today, you can bid on fun and unconventional tree hangings from 50 independent designers.
The French designer calls herself a "purveyor of positivity," and her latest installation further proves why.
The self-proclaimed "archaeologist of the contemporary" shaped how we see midcentury architecture.
Artist James Turrell’s masterpiece, Roden Crater, serves as the backdrop for Jesus is King.
Inspired by a group of itinerant lesbians in the 1970s, The Van Dykes Project is an oral history of queer life, love, and resilience across the U.S.
The iconic designer’s eclectic collection of high-value pieces are set to go on auction throughout fall.
Arcadia Earth is an immersive installation that tells the plight of the planet in the form of 15 photo-ready rooms.
A new Noguchi Museum exhibition gets is one step closer to being inside the designer’s visionary landscape.
The timber structure is shaped like a donut, designed to offer guests a gentle transition from the bright and arid outdoor conditions to the refreshing environment inside.
The Japanese art collective uses projection mapping to create otherworldly experiences.
The gleaming piece from artist Doug Aitken aims to showcase the state’s natural landscape.
Conceived as an alternative to expensive fine art prints, Nava offers fine art photography posters at $40 a pop.
The artworks, created in the style of 1930s Works Progress Administration travel posters, are part of a pop-up exhibition at Taliesin West.
Strung into the tree canopy, the hand-shaped pouches gather rainwater as it dribbles through the leaves, turning humble materials into thousands of glistening gems.
Asawa’s sculptures are dynamic and airy, a three-dimensional exploration of texture and shape.
According to the MoMA team, even for Judd aficionados there will be plenty of unseen Judd to ogle.
Curbed spoke with 11 of today’s design leaders to assess its impact.
Led by visionary László Moholy-Nagy, the Chicago school had an unorthodox vision for industrial design.
To help design nerds keep up with all that’s happening this year, we’ve rounded up the most exciting Bauhaus shows on the calendar so far.
The street artist used 2,000 pieces of paper to make the museum’s iconic glass pyramid look like it it’s rising from a quarry.
Is it mere coincidence or brilliant design choice that Star Wars’s beloved R2-D2 bears an uncanny resemblance to an observatory?
Designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created six new fountains for the Champs-Élysées.
The LED rope lights are connected to sensors that activate when the tide changes.
Set in NYC’s new Hudson Yards megaproject, the venue will be home to three installations a year beginning with "Lost and Found," a highly photogenic ode to materials and perspectives.
"Between Two Worlds" explores some 157 drawings and prints Escher made between 1916 and 1968.
"There are no more excuses for how our work and voices aren’t represented," says founder Malene Barnett.
The fair, which ran in the Japanese capital earlier this fall, highlighted local design—without a critical element.
Can "artistic thinking" and crowdfunded billboards boost voter turnout? For Freedoms says yes.
Weiwei transformed a former diamond tooling factory in Los Angeles into a new exhibition space.
The architect created the series of prints in the 1980s—now they’re on show and for sale.