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The world has become obsessed with pink hues, and architecture is no exception. Though hugely successful in fashion and pop-culture (and Instagram), "Millennial Pink" has established a presence across design products and the built environment like never before.
Often referred to as the "Olympics of the Artworld," the 57th Venice Biennale opened recently, showcasing the work of hundreds of international contemporary artists.
Invoking the air of mystery and enchantment of a Caribbean island’s lunar eclipse, Paradis restaurant on Hong Kong’s Wyndham Street invites patrons to partake in a journey of intimate adventure the moment they walk through its doors.
While the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has always revolved around music, the festival’s most unique and enduring images – and those most likely to grace fans’ selfies and profile pictures – are the large-scale art installations.
Currently taking place across the Coachella Valley and its desert landscape is “Desert-X," a new outdoor exhibition of art installations and site-specific works by the American artist and filmmaker Doug Aitken.
Revolver Gallery, home to the largest gallery-owned collection of Andy Warhol artwork, is celebrating the opening of its new Bergamot Station location with the critically acclaimed show "Andy Warhol: Revisited."
Healthcare is a large part of our daily lives, and designers continue to provide unique, inspirational spaces to promote healing.
Happy Year of the Rooster! The first day of the Lunar New Year celebration took place Saturday, Jan 28, and was a symbol to harken the start of spring!
How much incredible, idea-provoking and avant-garde art can fit into 150,000 square feet? The only answer is "a lot," as seen at the Los Angeles Convention Center where the annual LA Art Show took place from January 12-15.