Despite his major influence on his peers, the French designer has been little known, until now.
Meet five modern makers and their antique touchstones.
A new book takes a deep look at the pivotal decade when modernism became truly American.
The German-born artist portrayed as his subjects Native Americans and notable figures of the Harlem Renaissance.
While remaining true to its rich history of furniture design and traditional craftsmanship, the French company is moving in new directions with some exciting projects.
The architectural lensman is famed for his depictions of palatial spaces. Here, he shares exclusive photographs of his own labyrinthine apartment and tells us about its eclectic rooms.
A new show at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery casts light on the close friendship and intellectual exchange between the first director of MoMa, Alfred H. Barr, and his curator of architecture, Philip Johnson.
The New York tastemaker is known for connecting fashion brands with celebrities. Now, she’s focusing on her true passion: vintage furniture.
A Cooper Hewitt show spotlights America’s taste in Art Deco and other styles of the Roaring Twenties.
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