If You Remember, or In Case You Don’t: You Say You Want a Revolution at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
A mélange of rock music and corresponding album covers designed with bold hand-lettering or bursts of psychedelic swirls in...
An Old Craft Gets a New Tenure at MusVerre
Karen Chekerdjian’s Brave New Beirut
THE DESIGNER’S VAST NEW STUDIO SPACE JUST OUTSIDE BEIRUT REFLECTS HER NEED TO CREATE LARGER, MORE SCULPTURAL WORKS
Static at Friedman Benda
An exhibit at New York City’s Friedman Benda featuring the dynamic and revolutionary work from designers during the 1960’s.
New Myths Wrought in Porcelain
SINCE THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, when porcelain figurines began to replace sugar sculpture as table decoration, artisans and artists have...
Grading System: Ken Price
TROY SEIDMAN SCRUTINIZES THE OFTEN-AUDACIOUS WORKS IN CLAY AND ON PAPER OF A CERAMIST WHO BROKE THE MOLD
Almost Lost, Then Found
The Discovery of Dr. Block’s Treasure Trove of Slides