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Japan's Artisans: The Way It Was ... And Still Is

In a country obsessed with perfection, very few artisans can claim to have truly mastered their craft. Those who have are known as Living...

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Galleries on the Move in New York

These chic galleries in the city that never sleeps (and one in the Hamptons) are trading up. 

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Design's Greatest Hits: The New Vitra Design Museum

A look at the museum's sleek new facility.

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From Fire and Clay: Japanese Pottery to Collect Now

Japan-based collector, dealer, and author Robert Yellin reveals why now is the time to buy Japanese ceramics.

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Don't Call It "Brutalist"

Marcel Breuer’s iconic 1966 building for the Whitney Museum of American Art has been misunderstood from the beginning, say its new tenants,...

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Crazy, Creative: The Eccentric World of Studio Job

Wilting sculptures. Reimagined iconography. On the eve of a well-deserved retrospective, the wildly imaginative Studio Job continues to push...

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Shining Example: Allied Works Architecture

A new exhibition takes us into the creative processes of the architects behind buildings like New York's Museum of Art and Design...

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Italian Craft, British Style

A tony boutique holds the handmade treasures of Achille Salvagni. 

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Pollock's Black Period

At the Dallas Museum of Art, a show of the artist’s lesser-known work reveals his dark side.

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Firma Casa and the Campana Brothers Debut New Collection at Design Miami

A new, limited-edition collection brings the iconic Sao Paulo institution to the design fair for the first time.