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Photographer Will Adler's Tranquil Seascapes

Photographer Will Adler's Tranquil Seascapes

The California lensman's new exhibition captures summer's golden days on the water

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 09 July 2014

Stan Douglas: Luanda-Kinshasa

Stan Douglas: Luanda-Kinshasa

The Vancouver-based artist's 12th solo show at NYC 's David Zwirner gallery melds fiction and documentary through a six-hour film set

by CH Contributor in Culture on 10 January 2014

Cool Hunting Video: Paul Cocksedge

Cool Hunting Video: Paul Cocksedge

Experiments in light, space and depth in the London-based designer's first US solo show

by Cool Hunting Video in Culture on 18 September 2013

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Tokyobike London

Tokyobike London

The Japanese bike-maker's new Shoreditch shop

by Phuong-Cac Nguyen in Design on 21 May 2012

Black Paintings

Black Paintings

Yan Pei-Ming captures past and present in five large-scale paintings

by Perrin Drumm in Culture on 08 May 2012

Handsome Coffee Roasters

Handsome Coffee Roasters

A sneak peak at the new flagship store in LA's downtown Arts District

by Julie Wolfson in Food + Drink on 15 February 2012

Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind

Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind

Brooklyn-based artist Mike Perry's imaginative prints, sculpture, and other art objects in a new solo show

by Mike Giles in Culture on 16 March 2010

Mr. Brainwash: Icons

Mr. Brainwash: Icons

Mr. Brainwash's massive exhibition of pop-graffiti portraits hits NYC

by Karen Day in Culture on 12 February 2010

Federico Solmi: From the Uterus to the Grave with No Happy Ending

Scott Daniel Ellison: The Birthday Party

Alex Prager: Week-End

Alex Prager: Week-End

by Evan Orensten in Culture on 05 January 2010

Eric Haze: New Abstracts and Icons

WK Interact: How to Blow Yourself Up

I Love America and America Loves Me Exhibit

Andrew and Peter Sutherland: Amateur Hour

Full Moon: The Apollo Missions

Re-Imagining Chinatown: An Interactive Planning Process

Deviate

Deviate

by Doug Black in Culture on 20 May 2009

Jonathan Schipper: Irreversibility

Crash and Daze at Adhoc Art

Scott Campbell: Make It Rain

Geoffrey Todd Smith: Two New Shows

Kenichi Yokono: New Work

Mike Perry: The Patterns Found in Space

Ryan McGinness Works

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