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Highlights from Frieze London 2014

Highlights from Frieze London 2014

A towering wooden statue from KAWS, aluminum workwear, a psychedelic kids installation and more in our look at the globally renowned art fair

by Cajsa Carlson in Culture on 20 October 2014

Guns & Rain Brings African Art to the World

Guns & Rain Brings African Art to the World

Our interview with the equity-minded founder of the new commerce and development platform

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 01 October 2014

Contemporary Art at Le Méridien Chambers

Contemporary Art at Le Méridien Chambers

Even the public bathrooms host video artwork in this highly cultural, downtown Minneapolis hotel

by Nara Shin in Travel on 29 September 2014

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Unseen Photo Fair 2014: Obscuring The Human Form

Unseen Photo Fair 2014: Obscuring The Human Form

Provocative images commanding a closer look, culled from Amsterdam's expertly curated annual showcase

by Karen Day in Culture on 24 September 2014

OKOLO Offline Two

OKOLO Offline Two

Czech creative agency OKOLO and Depot Basel explore the human theme of collecting

by Nara Shin in Culture on 19 September 2014

The Influence of Furniture on Love

The Influence of Furniture on Love

A 17th century farmhouse, where artists reside, is transformed into a living art gallery

by Cajsa Carlson in Culture on 19 September 2014

Doug Aitken: Still Life

Doug Aitken: Still Life

The Los Angeles artist freezes moments in time to explore landscape, light and movement

by Julie Wolfson in Culture on 09 September 2014

In the Garden of Sonic Delights, Katonah

In the Garden of Sonic Delights, Katonah

Caramoor goes out of its comfort zone to host a series of new outdoor sound art installations

by Nara Shin in Culture on 24 July 2014

Link About It: This Week's Picks

Link About It: This Week's Picks

The inimitable Elaine Stritch, a crazy cooler, Wired's innovation fellows and more in our weekly look at the web

by CH Editors in Link About It on 19 July 2014

Mapping It Out: An Alternative Atlas of Contemporary Cartographies

Mapping It Out: An Alternative Atlas of Contemporary Cartographies

Edited by Serpentine Gallery's Hans Ulrich Obrist, the hardcover features thought-provoking abstractions from artists, designers, scientists and more

by Nara Shin in Design on 18 July 2014

Jennifer Abessira: We Live as We Dream—Alone

Jennifer Abessira: We Live as We Dream—Alone

The Tel Aviv-based artist’s new solo exhibition is a mixed media feast for the eyes

by CH Contributor in Culture on 02 July 2014

Art Basel 2014: 14 Rooms

Art Basel 2014: 14 Rooms

Each room features fascinating and immersive performance pieces by Roman Ondák, Marina Abramović and more

by Evan Orensten in Culture on 19 June 2014

Kate Steciw's Manipulated Stock Images

Kate Steciw's Manipulated Stock Images

The artist turns 5 images intended for much more mundane use into hypnotic pieces that transcend the rectangular photograph

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 03 June 2014

The Journal at Venus Over Manhattan

The Journal at Venus Over Manhattan

The newest exhibition at the Madison Avenue space celebrates another gallery in addition to promising young artists

by Kat Herriman in Culture on 28 May 2014

Alex da Corte's Delirium I Exhibition

Alex da Corte's Delirium I Exhibition

The artist reinterprets a poem written by a teenage Arthur Rimbaud in 1873 for this striking show in Copenhagen

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 21 May 2014

Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz

Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz

We speak with Editor in Chief Evan Pricco ahead of the publication's anniversary show, Art Truancy

by Katie Olsen in Culture on 15 May 2014

Gallery ALL, Los Angeles

Gallery ALL, Los Angeles

The city's new design outpost opens with an exhibition showcasing China's innovative take on contemporary design

by Julie Wolfson in Culture on 07 May 2014

Gehard Demetz: The Invocation

Gehard Demetz: The Invocation

The Italian sculptor explores the transition to adulthood through his life-size wooden sculptures of children at Jack Shainman Gallery

by Nara Shin in Culture on 02 May 2014

Craig Dorety: Division

Craig Dorety: Division

Light animation sculptures inspired by ocular migraines that examine our visual limits

by Nara Shin in Culture on 18 April 2014

Charged: Sougwen Chung

Charged: Sougwen Chung

A conversation with the experimental artist who blurs the boundaries between light, sound, space and software

by Nara Shin in Culture on 11 April 2014

Xu Zhen: A MadeIn Company Production

Xu Zhen: A MadeIn Company Production

The Chinese artist balances between spirituality, irony, somberness and humor in his ongoing exhibition

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 08 April 2014

Art Paris Art Fair 2014: Design

Art Paris Art Fair 2014: Design

Perfume machines, pigeon feathers and more of our favorite pieces blurring the line between art and design

by Isabelle Doal in Design on 02 April 2014

Art Paris 2014: Chinese Talent

Art Paris 2014: Chinese Talent

Four standout creators whose works question consumerism, women's position in society, authenticism and more

by Isabelle Doal in Design on 31 March 2014

RE:DEFINE

RE:DEFINE

Dallas Contemporary and MTV Staying Alive join forces for a charity exhibition and online auction

by Karen Day in Culture on 20 March 2014

Armory Week 2014: Spikes and Speckles

Armory Week 2014: Spikes and Speckles

A few of our favorites that shared a similar structure, from the annual NYC art fair

by David Graver in Culture on 11 March 2014

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