On the tragic news of his passing, we reflect on the icon’s profound impact on pop culture via the AnOther Magazine archives….
“Bowie was always there; he rang all the changes as the decades slid on.”. Art world hero: artists and curators pay tribute to David Bowie. British musician, artist and actor inspired a generation of artists including Tracey Emin and Dexter Dalwood
l pasado 8 de enero, David Bowie cumplía 68 años. Aquí nos revolcábamos de gozo por el suelo por poder seguir disfrutanto de la dilatada carrera del Duque Blanco y otros celebraban la efeméride compartiendo en redes sociales alguna de sus obras. Mientras, la ilustradora Helen Green…
When I first saw Hannah Waldrons weavings, I immediately noticed how uniquely she echoed the pioneering work of Bauhaus weavers Anni Albers and Gunta Stolzl. They, too, ingeniously combined abstract, geometric grids with whimsical wisps of colorand vague allusions to landscapes and the tall chimney stacks of a classic industrial city.
ALL ROADS MIGHT not technically lead to Rome—but, if you happen to be in Europe, the majority of them do. In a new infographic, designers Philipp Schmitt, Benedikt Groß, and Raphael Reimann set out to answer the centuries-old question of: Do all roads actually lead to the Italian capital
Tomorrow night (January 7th) in New York, the Klein SunÂ will be hosting a new solo in their south gallery from Li HongboÂ entitled Textbooks. The new body of work from the Beijing-based artist builds on his previous exhibition there (see 2014) with a new immersive installation…
On January 13, Saatchi Gallery will open “Champagne Life,” its first all-female exhibition, featuring work by 14 artists including Julia Wachtel, Julia Dault, Stephanie Quayle, and Alice Anderson.
This exhibition in London looks at the varying ways that cities and communities have been re-imagined in the aftermath of natural or man-made disasters, featuring work by OMA, NLÉ – Shaping the Architecture of Developing Cities, and Shigeru Ban, among others.
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Hey look, everyone’s favorite professional association for design has its own blog. For the past 100 years, AIGA has celebrated, lauded, applauded, championed, cheered, awarded, supported, and (most of all) loved great design. In the next century we expect to see a lot more, so we’re turning a well-trained eye on the best new work […]
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