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Exploring Words and Destruction with "Extracts"

Exploring Words and Destruction with "Extracts"

Three typography artists join forces for a group show highlighting their different uses of negative space

by CH Contributor in Culture on 22 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

Sebastião Salgado's Expansive Genesis Exhibition

Sebastião Salgado's Expansive Genesis Exhibition

The Brazilian photographer's earth-spanning collection of landscapes, animals and indigenous people hits the US for the first time

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 19 September 2014

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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

Chen Tianzhuo's Picnic

Chen Tianzhuo's Picnic

Stoned astronauts, neon lights and religious iconography combine in this artist's striking works, on display now in Shanghai

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 27 August 2014

Three Summer Photography Shows

Three Summer Photography Shows

Group exhibitions on both coasts that explore and survey the current state of the medium

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 21 July 2014

Cool Hunting Video: Funland at the Museum of Sex

Cool Hunting Video: Funland at the Museum of Sex

From a boob bouncy castle to the mysterious Tunnel of Love, a tour of the erotic carnival and celebratory exhibition

by Cool Hunting Video in Culture on 17 July 2014

Akio Nukaga and Friends at Heath Ceramics, San Francisco

Akio Nukaga and Friends at Heath Ceramics, San Francisco

The Japanese master potter showcases his new pieces alongside wood and fabric works by fellow artists

by Julie Wolfson in Culture on 11 July 2014

Umbrellium’s Assemblance at Digital Revolution, London

Umbrellium’s Assemblance at Digital Revolution, London

A new, interactive installation in which teamwork reigns supreme

by Cajsa Carlson in Culture on 07 July 2014

Thingworld: International Triennial of New Media Art

Thingworld: International Triennial of New Media Art

A collaborative exhibition calling into question human relations with objects

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 23 June 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

Aviva Neuman of Brooklyn's Simon/Neuman² Gallery

Aviva Neuman of Brooklyn's Simon/Neuman² Gallery

The young Swedish curator on her effort to make art truly accessible

by CH Contributor in Culture on 29 May 2014

Yoskay Yamamoto’s House of Daydreamers

Yoskay Yamamoto’s House of Daydreamers

The Japanese artist's delightful new show focuses on the central theme of home

by CH Contributor in Culture on 26 May 2014

Eric Yahnker's Sticks & Drones at Paradise Row, London

Eric Yahnker's Sticks & Drones at Paradise Row, London

From President Obama to Miley Cyrus, the artist's new show spans the good, bad and the ugly of America's global influence

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 23 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

John Knuth's Fly Paintings

John Knuth's Fly Paintings

We speak with the LA-based artist about his unique technique on utilizing common houseflies

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 09 May 2014

Pick Me Up 2014

Pick Me Up 2014

From skate decks to "print chemistry" and cats, highlights from the UK's annual survey of graphic arts

by Cajsa Carlson in Culture on 29 April 2014

Avec Motifs Apparents: Terracotta Daughters

Avec Motifs Apparents: Terracotta Daughters

An in situ installation that blends ancient discovery with contemporary gender issues

by Isabelle Doal in Culture on 14 April 2014

Raymond Pettibon: Are Your Motives Pure?

Raymond Pettibon: Are Your Motives Pure?

Words and art combine to make up this bold, surf-centric exhibition

by CH Contributor in Culture on 07 April 2014

Studio Visit: Ai Weiwei

Studio Visit: Ai Weiwei

A conversation with the multi-talented man about the internet, activism and art

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 26 March 2014

Michael Leavitt's Cardboard Kicks

Michael Leavitt's Cardboard Kicks

The Seattle-based artist replicates an ordinary item with an everyday material, with fantastic results

by CH Contributor in Design on 20 March 2014

Volta Art Fair 2014

Volta Art Fair 2014

Three must-see booths at this year's New York City show

by Jonah Samson in Culture on 07 March 2014

Studio Visit: Ben Medansky Ceramics

Studio Visit: Ben Medansky Ceramics

The LA-based ceramist on his inspiration, motivation and making art a career

by Julie Wolfson in Design on 28 February 2014

Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals

Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals

Miniature worlds that explore and celebrate the human condition

by CH Contributor in Culture on 13 February 2014

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