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Artist Eric N. Mack lets textiles take over the room at the Brooklyn Museum
Artist Eric N. Mack’s show of mostly textile-based artworks, “Lemme walk across the room,” blends art, fashion, and architecture.
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani proposes foundational principles for design
Stefano Corbo reviews “Modernity and Durability,” in which Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani proposes foundational principles for design.
Artist Leslie Wayne reveals What’s Inside her inner world
AN spoke with artist Leslie Wayne about her new collection at New York’s Jack Shainman Gallery, an exploration of everyday architectural objects.
Space p11 adds to Chicago’s underground art and architecture scene
Space p11 is a new exhibition space bringing art and architecture to Chicago’s underground and arguably under-loved Pedway system.
Public Practice helps architects and planners in the U.K. engage the public
Public Practice, a new British nonprofit founded by Pooja Agrawal and Finn Williams, places architects in temporary public planning positions.