Art Dealers Like Design, Too

These gallerists refuse to see a divide between art and design.

by Stephen Wallis
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Art Dealers Like Design, Too

Metal Is Marvelous in the Hands of These Talented Women

Metalsmithing was once the domain of men, but a cadre of capable female artisans is taking the practice into an exciting new era.

by Liz Logan
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Metal Is Marvelous in the Hands of These Talented Women

Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s Art Is Probing and Provocative — Just Don’t Call It Pretty

by Julie L. Belcove | photos by Lesley Unruh
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Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s Art Is Probing and Provocative — Just Don’t Call It Pretty

Remembering a Powerful Patron of African-American Arts

The sudden passing of collector Peggy Cooper Cafritz invites a look back at and celebration of a life filled with activism, advocacy and art.

by Julie L. Belcove
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Remembering a Powerful Patron of African-American Arts

Get Wrapped Up in the Work of Christo and Jeanne-Claude

The public art projects masterminded by this ingeniously creative duo have commanded crowds from New York to Berlin, Chicago to Paris.

by Hilarie M. Sheets
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Get Wrapped Up in the Work of Christo and Jeanne-Claude

‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

The force behind an influential contemporary art and design magazine, enterprising entrepreneur Sarah Harrelson has just launched her company's latest addition to a collection of limited-edition objects, exclusively available online through 1stdibs.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

Frank Stella on Six Decades of Experimentation and Change

One of the greatest abstract American artists of the 20th and 21st centuries talks to 1stdibs about his latest blockbuster exhibition, currently wowing visitors to South Florida's NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale.

by Ted Loos
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Frank Stella on Six Decades of Experimentation and Change

This Tower of Babel Is an Artful Tribute to London Shopkeepers

Newly available on 1stdibs through gallerist David Gill, the pieces of a soaring work by contemporary British artist Barnaby Barford take ceramics to new heights, infusing the medium with surprising social and political commentary.

by Roslyn Sulcas
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This Tower of Babel Is an Artful Tribute to London Shopkeepers

See Why Donald Judd’s Geometries Work Well as Architecture, Too

A new show at New York City's Center for Architecture sheds light on the rarely seen spaces and buildings designed by one of the late 20th century's great minimalist artists.

by Stephanie Murg
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See Why Donald Judd’s Geometries Work Well as Architecture, Too
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