In Summer 2016, I organised a series of conversations at the Architectural Association in London, where guests were invited to share one “Couple Format” that has, in retrospect, made some kind of mark upon them. 159 more words
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The heist went down like this.
A highly suspicious van pulled up opposite the New National Gallery in Berlin and was left running. Out of it walked a tall, slender man in a graphite-colored raincoat and on into the museum. 1,873 more words
Before America had horrific wealth inequality, Russia did, and arguably they did it better. In a new book just out from Rizzoli, entitled Russian Splendor: Sumptous Fashions of the Russian Court, Mikhail Piotrovsky delves into the bejeweled outfits of the late Czarist regime’s 1 percent. 99 more words
Marina Abramovic, likely the world’s most famous performance artist at the moment, told a German newspaper that she’s “free,” because she has no husband and no children, and that children hold female artists back, … 349 more words