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MASTER OF ENGLISH BAROQUE

A Review by Michael Webb A masterpiece of design and content, Nicholas Hawksmoor London Churches grew out of an exhibition of Hélène Binet‘s black and white photographs at the 2012 Venice Bienn...
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We Can Build: Re-Envisioning Rosie

On May 21, 2015, a new photographic exhibition titled Women Can Build will open at Union Station in Los Angeles. But this project isn’t just another art exhibit. The exhibit, put on by the Jobs...
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City Life: Tokyo in a Coffee Cup

Capturing Japan’s street life isn’t as simple as drinking a cup of coffee, but Australian illustrator Adrian Hogan has managed to do just this. Based in Tokyo since 2013, the talented art...
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The Cosmos in a Tea Bowl

For the Japanese, the tea ceremony is an ancient ritual that brings people together in a shared experience–aesthetic, spiritual and social. At the heart of that ceremony is the tea bowl, and no...
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Wayback Wednesday: Of Museums & Men

In our Mar/Apr 2009 issue, writer Ina Drosu covered the revitalization of several museums by some of today’s most notable architects including Tadao Ando and Frank Gehry. The piece offers insig...
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Palm Springs’ Architectural Showcase

Palm Springs is celebrating Modernism Week, February 12-22, and one of this year’s highlights is the new Architecture and Design Center, a satellite of the Art Museum. It occupies a former bank...