by Sunena V Maju Dec 01, 2022
Inspired by the original landscape pattern of ‘Lotus Pond-Reed Sea,’ Baiyangdian Waterfront Park responds to the ecological issues and modern flooding affecting the shallow lake.
by Vatsala Sethi Nov 30, 2022
Anna Weyant's solo show Baby It Ain't Over Till It's Over at New York's Gagosian gallery has an intriguing eerie aura that is drawing a crowd.
by Jerry Elengical Nov 30, 2022
The fifth edition of the awards highlights pertinent questions on the future of the global creative economy, with winners selected from among 5,400 entries received from 90 countries.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 30, 2022
Slag Gallery in New York is presenting Canon In Drag by Israeli artist Tirtzah Bassel, investigating the effects of an imagined, alternate art history.
by Amit Gupta Jul 01, 2021
Explore STIRpad, our brand NEW digital launch pad to help creators, studios, galleries and manufacturers share and demonstrate their NEW collections, exhibitions, special projects, new designs, collaborations, milestones and much more...
by Esra Lemmens Nov 26, 2022
Diving into the creative festival, which presented works of designers and studios working across disciplines as they attempted to Design with Impact.
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 22, 2022In attendance over two weekends of talks and symposiums at London’s Design Museum, STIR reports on the catalytic nature of the hubs and parallels with art, commerce, diplomacy, and speculative futures.
by Zohra Khan Nov 08, 2022
The Berlin-based architectural illustrator tells STIR how he got a dream job for himself, why he sticks to a limited palette of colours, and how hand drawing is key to his style.
by Niyati Dave Oct 31, 2022
During a time of ecological devastation in Pakistan, we catch up with Lahore-based artist Saba Khan, whose work looks at bureaucracy, gender, public space and hydro-ecologies.
by Jincy Iype Nov 04, 2022
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