When you look at the work of the Italian architect Vincenzo De Cotiis, its very materiality is what strikes you without you even necessarily consciously knowing it.
The Ethiopian-born artist Julie Mehretu is a member of the increasingly rare breed of a major contemporary artist, one who makes work both technically complex and visually compelling and conceptually relevant.
Last week Jun Takahashi presented his new collection, titled “CREEP VERY” for Undercover via a live show in Tokyo.
If you happen to be in Dallas or within driving distance of it, you may treat yourself to one of the most quietly exciting exhibitions to kick off 2021, that of the fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.
It’s a Zoom / everything-from-home world out there, and like it or not we are all in it, including Jun Takahashi, the designer of Undercover.
Fifty year ago, on November 25, 1970, Yukio Mishima, the most prominent author and the first bona fide celebrity figure of post-war Japan, delivered the final installment of his literary magnum opus The Sea of Fertility to his Tokyo publisher.
Japan is my favorite place to travel to. I cannot do this now, but I can still visit all the Japanese or Japan-inspired places in New York.
In any other year I would probably be in London today. Think of this guide as an exercise in catharsis, and not only for me. Perhaps you’ll read it and it will inspire you to visit London whenever you can travel again.
This year the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York celebrates – as much as anything can be celebrated in 2020 – its 150th anniversary.
This is not a book review, because I cannot review a book I edited. Instead, I wanted to write a few sentences about Stone Island and about the book, Storia, that came out today.