by Sunena V Maju Sep 12, 2022
Keys are NFTs designed by Altu by Joseph Altuzarra, AnOnlyChild, Jonathan Simkhai, Kim Shui, and The Blonds for Afterpay that unlock access to NYFW's exclusive moments.
by Sunena V Maju Sep 12, 2022
Keys are NFTs designed by Altu by Joseph Altuzarra, AnOnlyChild, Jonathan Simkhai, Kim Shui, and The Blonds for Afterpay that unlock access to NYFW's exclusive moments.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jul 05, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky visits two houses in Chicago built both as homes and architectural studios by locals Zoka Zola and Kwong Von Glinow Design Office.
by Jerry Elengical Jun 25, 2022
On Roosevelt Island, this vibrant installation promotes inclusivity and personal freedom, having been unveiled alongside Latinx cultural group Ballet Hispànico for Pride month.
by STIRworld May 22, 2022
American contemporary artist and sculptor Melvin Edwards is presenting barbed wire installations at the museum Dia Beacon this Spring.
by STIRworld May 12, 2022
Prominent artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Edvard Munch, Francis Bacon and more stole the show at the TEFAF New York Art Fair.
by STIRworld May 05, 2022
The adaptive reuse project from Detroit’s East Village for two non-profits will present vibrant spaces for education, production and display of art by the local community.
by STIRworld Apr 30, 2022
Curated by the family of late American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, the exhibition presents over 200 unseen pieces illustrating Jean-Michel’s life from an intimate perspective.
by STIRworld Apr 29, 2022
Chasing Andy Warhol, an immersive walk tour based on the life of the late American artist, is currently taking place in New York's East Village.
by Jerry Elengical Apr 25, 2022
Located at 270 Park Avenue in Manhattan, the conceptual design has been presented as the city’s first all-electric tower, with a program that prioritises employee wellness.
by STIRworld Apr 20, 2022
The large-scale installation by American artist Jason Rhoades will occupy Whitney Museum’s fifth floor during the Whitney Biennial in New York City.
by Nadezna Siganporia Apr 01, 2022
Inspired by the curved geometries of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, Brooklyn-based Home Studios converted this 1925 apartment into a finely detailed home replete with fluid contours.
by STIRworld Feb 09, 2022
Artist Niclas Castello's public installation stunt with the Castello gold cube as it appeared in New York City's Central Park promoting the new Castello cryptocurrency.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 14, 2021
STIR speaks with Anna Burckhardt, the assistant curator of Broken Nature at MoMA, about creativity and functionality, and the museum's initiatives to address their carbon footprint.
by STIRworld Sep 28, 2021
The 145m pedestrian bridge is to be constructed in the 2017 earthquake-hit Jojutla de Juárez town in Mexico, connecting urban centres around the Apatlaco river.
by Shraddha Nair Aug 30, 2021
Iconic American artist Chuck Close created a diverse repertoire during his lifetime - photographer, photorealist painter, tapestry maker.
by Shraddha Nair Aug 16, 2021
Japanese icon and artist, Yayoi Kusama, shares a powerful body of work, including archival materials, at Cosmic Nature, which is on view at NYBG in the Bronx, New York City.
by Shraddha Nair Jul 15, 2021
Michelle Yun Mapplethorpe, Director of Asia Society Museum and co-curator of the Triennial, talks about Asian art and its diaspora.
by Jincy Iype Jun 17, 2021
The Spiral designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, part of the Hudson Yards mega-development in Manhattan, is inspired from iconic NYC architecture like the Rockefeller Center.
by Jerry Elengical May 25, 2021
Rising from the Hudson River in New York, a lush rectangular garden island designed by the London-based studio serves as a refreshing urban park and public venue.
by Shreeparna Chatterjee Feb 18, 2021
The winning entry for 2021 Times Square Design Competition uses plywood as the primary material for its installation to represent ‘inclusivity and collective resilience’.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 18, 2020
Jonathan Sims creates a dark gallery space, allowing the light-based artworks to shine in their own light at HoloCenter in Long Island City.
by Jincy Iype Nov 16, 2020
The Beckoning Path was renovated by BarlisWedlick into a multifunctional retreat resting amid nature, revealing itself as a timber and glass pavilion with a distinct spiked roof.
by Zohra Khan Nov 05, 2020
The collaboration unveils five exclusive homes to be designed in the upcoming 66-storey condominium in Manhattan, and an Adjaye-designed Aston Martin SUV for each resident.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 13, 2020
In a first, New York’s ARTECHOUSE invites Shohei Fujimoto for his solo exhibition, Intangible Forms, which features five artworks by the Japanese creator.
by Shraddha Nair Jun 18, 2020
American-Spanish artist Daniel Canogar discusses Billow, his new solo that consists of six LED screens depicting abstract animations developed with data from real-time Google Trends.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 17, 2020
Artist Vibha Galhotra employed traditional processes and urban media at her solo show in New York that referenced the impact of human actions on the ecology.
by Shraddha Nair Apr 10, 2020
American artist Cate Woodruff works with light, space and colour to create vibrant photographs and installation artworks. Her work has also been featured in the outer space!
by Jincy Iype Apr 07, 2020
Neri Oxman: Material Ecology, curated by Paola Antonelli at the Museum of Modern Art displays projects such as a pavilion spun by silkworms and material created from bacteria.
by Shraddha Nair Mar 17, 2020
Artist Valentino Vettori brings to life a pop-up exhibition, collaborating with 12 artists to raise positive awareness about climate change, on view till April 2020 in New York City.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Feb 22, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews architect Rem Koolhaas’ latest provocation Countryside, The Future, not a typical art or architecture show, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, USA.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Jan 02, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews the new MoMA in New York, designed by Diller Scofidio+Renfro with Gensler, that opened in October following a $450 million expansion.
by Sukanya Garg Nov 30, 2019
The two artists collaborated for The Power of Two Suns at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Arts Center at Governors Island, reflecting on reactions to the onset of disaster.
by Sukanya Garg Nov 06, 2019
Martina Mrongovius curates exhibition Space:Light, of artists working with light art, optics, immersive technology and multi-dimensional imaging, on display till November 17, 2019.
by Meghna Mehta Oct 25, 2019
Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler, the new Museum of Modern Art rethinks and reimagines the presentation of art in the heart of Manhattan.
by Ronitaa Italia Oct 18, 2019
The stunning and luxurious interiors of the Times Square Edition hotel in New York - by Yabu Pushelberg - are the perfect antidote to the vibrant chaos of its iconic location.
by Jincy Iype Oct 14, 2019
The new glass building by David Chipperfield Architects for the luxury watch brand, with its design in accordance with LEED Platinum, will reflect Rolex’s quality and excellence.
by Ronitaa Italia Sep 28, 2019
From Mid Century to classic modern, from colour and texture to form and pattern, this NYC apartment designed by Nadezhda and George Ananyev is a treat to the senses.
by Zohra Khan Aug 28, 2019
In its largest botanical exhibition ever, New York Botanical Garden presents Brazilian Modern to celebrate Roberto Burle Marx, the modernist visionary and landscape icon.
by Sukanya Garg Aug 19, 2019
The Ford Foundation marked the opening of the Ford Foundation Gallery in New York with its inaugural exhibition Perilous Bodies.
by Zohra Khan Aug 03, 2019
Anton Repponen’s itinerant project Misplaced Series removes architectural icons of New York from their distinctive environment and teleports them to mysterious landscapes.
by Sukanya Garg Aug 02, 2019
STIR speaks to the artist about her experiential installation Window Without a Wall, which narrates her relationship with an apartment’s window in New York, and a poem on it.
by Sukanya Garg Jul 26, 2019
STIR speaks to artist Risa Puno, whose escape room project - The Privilege of Escape - is on display at Onassis, New York, till August 11, 2019.
by STIRworld Jun 27, 2019
The ICFF this year saw Italian brand, Talenti, make its foray into the American market with five distinct collections.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 13, 2022
The exhibition ‘We Fancy’ represents the works of more than 30 LGBTQIA+ artists who’ve previously studied or taught at the Art Students League in New York.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 14, 2022
The New Museum in New York presents Doreen Garner’s exhibition Revolted, transporting us through the history of pandemics through the lens of the transatlantic slave trade.
by Pallavi Mehra Oct 04, 2022
Located at the Ritz Carlton in New York, Zaytinya by Rockwell Group is an upscale eatery that transports guests to the Mediterranean region.
by Vidur Sethi Aug 20, 2022
New York-based artist Max Colby uses found objects and materials to create artworks that are at once camp and a subversive mimicry of it to evoke revival, embrace, and opulence.
by Sukanya Deb Aug 04, 2022
"Purism is death," says the New York-based artist, extending to questions of interdisciplinarity and material occupations, while speaking about his design and artistic practice.
by Daria Kravchuk Jul 18, 2022
In a conversation with STIR, New York-based artist Tony Oursler brings some light on his latest series of works: Facial Recognition, Lumina, and Dolls.
by Sukanya Deb Jul 15, 2022
Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme's new video installation at MoMA, New York, was an extension of their digital archive that looks at war torn countries, and everyday resistance.
by Anmol Ahuja Jun 03, 2022
STIR visits the New York-based practice Young Projects’ most significant works through five unique residences in their monograph, due to be launched at the Milan Design Week 2022.
by STIRworld Jun 01, 2022
Delving into the transgender artist Daniel Lie's first solo exhibition Unnamed Entities, that involves organic material, at the New Museum in New York City.
by Steven Sculco Apr 09, 2022
Brooklyn-based Amoia Cody’s speculative zoning provisions for New York City are inspired by Singapore’s eco-oriented urban and architectural strategies.
by STIRworld Mar 23, 2022
Talking Galleries’ renowned art business symposium will take place at Gilder Lehrman Hall at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York this April.
by Jerry Elengical Mar 14, 2022
As the newest addition to Columbia University’s Manhattanville campus in New York, the structures host dynamic networks of circulation that create vibrant spaces for learning.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Mar 10, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky visits Tomas Saraceno’s exhibition at The Shed in New York and talks to the Berlin-based artist about his Spider/Web installation and the role of phobias.
by STIRworld Mar 08, 2022
American artist Faith Ringgold’s social and political art comprising figurative and quilt work made over 50 years is on display at the New Museum in New York City.
by Sukanya Deb Feb 26, 2022
The Chilean-born, New York-based artist talks about the project and self-contained digital marketplace that challenges the speculative nature of decentralised capital.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Feb 07, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to New York-based artist Allan Wexler who thinks with his hands, discovers ideas through accidents, and wants to become architecture.
by Almas Sadique Feb 02, 2022
STIR speaks exclusively with Ron Arad, one of the designers showcasing his Creative Salvage furniture pieces at Accidents Will Happen: Creative Salvage, 1981–1991 in New York.
by Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi Dec 18, 2021
Focusing on Superflex’s recent project in New York, Interspecies Assembly, we speak about the group’s preoccupation with conversations among the humans and other living creatures.
by Salvatore Peluso Dec 13, 2021
The major monographic exhibition Saul Steinberg Milan New York brings together more than 350 original works by the illustrator and reveals his connection with the two cities.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 08, 2021
Monika Fabijanska curates a look back at American artist Betsy Damon’s initial years of performance art practice at La MaMa Galleria in New York.
by STIRworld Oct 28, 2021
Galerie Philia’s latest exhibition in New York, called First Times, impresses with an extensive plethora of designs from world over that transcend formal, stylistic, and historical barriers.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 25, 2021
The site-specific installation of sculptures, Wayfinding, by the New York-based conceptual artist Chloë Bass, are attentive and determined by the array of human emotions.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 07, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky visits Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China exhibition at New York’s MoMA and shares his conversation with the featured architects.
by STIRworld Sep 04, 2021
Designed by Shohei Shigematsu, Partner at OMA New York, the building is designed as a cultural extension to the 1929 Byzantine-Revival temple in California.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 23, 2021
New York-based Leo Villareal speaks with STIR about his recent project Illuminated River in London, his long association with the sequence of lights, and digital programming.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 14, 2021
The exhibition Given Time: The Gift and its Offerings at Aicon Gallery, New York, is a walk through what lies between gift and gifting – reciprocation and obligation.
by Shraddha Nair Jul 31, 2021
A transmedia artist based in New York, Stephanie Dinkins speaks with STIR about the biases in data and cultural erasure in artificial intelligence and other digital systems.
by Shraddha Nair Jul 24, 2021
Curators Mari Spirito and Abhijit Toto present site-specific installation art across Istanbul, New York, Santurce and other cities through environmentally sensitive methods.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 23, 2021
American artist Dan Graham speaks with STIR about the relationship shared among architecture, built-environment and viewers on the sidelines of his show at 303 Gallery, New York.
by Zohra Khan Jul 10, 2021
Unexpected connections and a seamless interface with technology that prioritises well-being manifest in the design of this retail store in New York by Suchi Reddy-led Reddymade.
by Shraddha Nair Jun 18, 2021
The directors of Amsterdam and New York based Art/Switch Foundation tell STIR about their series of virtual conferences that throw light on green practices in the art industry.
by Shraddha Nair Jun 12, 2021
US-based Chinese artist Zi Yi Wang discusses material culture, globalisation and loss of heritage, referencing her exhibition at the Olympia gallery in New York.
by Pallavi Mehra Jun 09, 2021
The bright yellow Loopy Chair by New York designer Nikolas Bentel, made using a single band of tubular steel, let people interact with furniture in a refreshing manner.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 29, 2021
New York-based new media sculptor Jen Lewin’s works sit at the crossroads of art, architecture and technology to create immersive playscapes of light.
by Shraddha Nair May 14, 2021
New York-based artist Tony Oursler talks about his exhibition, the first full-scale retrospective of his career in Asia, at Kaohsiung Museum for Fine Arts in Taiwan.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 27, 2021
Sagmeister presents the idea of long-term thinking and a positive outlook to world events through his art in a solo exhibition, Beautiful Numbers, at Thomas Erben Gallery in New York.
by Anmol Ahuja Apr 21, 2021
Marking the school’s inaugural academic year and Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s first completed building in China, the Tianjin Juilliard School is a spiritual extension to its New York Campus.
by Zohra Khan Mar 25, 2021
On the first death anniversary of New York-based architect Michael Sorkin, four of his students reminisce fond moments and the biggest learning from their mentor.
by Devanshi Shah Mar 11, 2021
Artist Carol Bove’s sculptures, as part of the second commission for the facade of The Met, are in stark contrast to the New York city landmark, as a reminder to look forward.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 21, 2021
New York City’s Meredith Rosen Gallery brings together 19 different artworks, each representing a facet of escapism at a conceptual level.
by Anmol Ahuja Dec 09, 2020
The two pioneers of German design collaborate to create a truly iconic, hand-painted sneaker pair that will be sold in an online only auction hosted by Sotheby’s, New York.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Dec 09, 2020
Theaster Gates’ ongoing solo, Black Vessel, at gallery Gagosian in New York harnesses Black spirituality practices and traditions to sacralise Black archives.
by Jones John Sep 07, 2020
Monika Fabijanska’s exhibition at the Thomas Erben Gallery in New York examines the evolution of ecofeminist art to help us imagine alternate models for the future.
by STIRworld Sep 04, 2020
The indoor playground encourages creative and collective play among children through a set of colorful, nature-inspired plywood structures in Brooklyn, New York.
by STIRworld Aug 25, 2020
OMA’s New York office blends the famed jewellery brand's modernist flagship store into a contemporary glass structure as part of the ongoing renovation project.
by Sukanya Garg Jul 31, 2020
STIR speaks to Daehyung Lee, the Artistic Director of CONNECT-BTS, a global project at the crossroads of music and new media art in London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Seoul and New York.
by Utkarsh Jul 09, 2020
Brooklyn-based artist José Parlá discusses gentrification and structural racism as he explores the roots of the Bronx with his first solo show It's Yours in New York City, US.
by Sukanya Garg Jun 17, 2020
The Holocenter New York’s initiative Light Windows invited artists to create light-based installations on their windows to steer hope and artistic engagement in community during the pandemic.
by Zohra Khan Jun 16, 2020
SO-IL from New York transforms Lisbon's Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in a landscape of encounters and conversations as it reopens post closure due to COVID-19.
by Laurie Sheck Apr 07, 2020
The New York-based novelist and poet pens a heartwarming tribute in memory of the acclaimed architect and critic Michael Sorkin who recently lost his life to coronavirus.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Mar 12, 2020
New York-based Shahzia Sikander celebrates womanhood and oneness with nature through her practice spanning three decades.
by Meghna Mehta Feb 27, 2020
STIR @ Women in Design 2020+:The New York-based architect shares her views on the state of the architecture and suggest what architects today should focus on.
by Zohra Khan Feb 12, 2020
A couch made of bread, a sink combined with a toilet seat, and a squished sofa reminiscing a house closed for years are part of Comfort at the Friedman Benda in New York.
by Jincy Iype Jan 16, 2020
The renovation of New York's 550 Madison and the new garden redefine the landmark as a state-of-the-art office tower, displaying a sustainable model for adaptive reuse.
by Shraddha Nair Dec 13, 2019
A peek into New York-based artist Ksenia Salion’s new series of audiovisual installations inspired by bioluminescent and biofluorescent phytoplankton in the oceans.
by Zohra Khan Dec 09, 2019
In New York, a starry landscape painted in the ethereal Classic Blue and other sensory stimulations helped people understand the many nuances of the Pantone Color of the Year.
by Sukanya Garg Dec 02, 2019
STIR in conversation with artist Michael Wang about his recent exhibition, Extinct in New York, displayed at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Arts Center at Governors Island.
by Zohra Khan Oct 31, 2019
Shifting the order of the inside-outside matrix, Ministry for All - a site-specific installation by Carla Juaçaba and Marcelo Cidade - bares the infrastructure of New York’s Storefront.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 17, 2019
Vladimir Belogolovsky in an interview with American architect Steven Holl, whose latest building Hunters Point Library in Queens is a gem and a truly public space in New York City.
by Georgina Maddox Aug 10, 2019
As hundreds of artworks from MoMA, New York, travelled to Paris for an exhibition, STIR explored the iconic artworks by Marcel Duchamp, Andy Warhol, and Sergei Eisenstein.
by Mrinalini Ghadiok Jul 16, 2019
Presenting some of the best works of the illustrious designer from the New York-based global design practice, tony chi.
by Mrinalini Ghadiok Jul 11, 2019
The Italian multi-award wining inductee to the New York Hall of Fame speaks about everything design – silly, spirited and even stupid.
by Meghna Mehta Jun 03, 2019
Inspired by Indian stepwells, the Vessel, designed by Heatherwick Studio, is an impressive centrepiece in the highly anticipated Hudson Yards area of New York.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Nov 16, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Constantin Boym, a New York City-based architect-turned-designer who expresses big architectural ideas in small forms.
by STIRworld Aug 13, 2022
JR's retrospective JR: Chronicles to travel to Kunsthalle München, Germany after its celebrated presentation at the Brooklyn Museum, New York.
by Jerry Elengical May 14, 2022
The Beijing and New York-based practice has devised a program for a campus centre within a new international school articulated as sculpted volumes separated by landscaped voids.
by STIRworld Feb 07, 2022
The adaptive reuse of two industrial buildings by the New York-based firm houses an arts incubator, NXTHVN - an endeavour of artist Titus Kaphar, set in New Haven, Connecticut.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 26, 2021
Amsterdam-based Studio Drift talks about their recent works including the latest exhibition Fragile Future, which features a collection of installations at The Shed in New York.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 08, 2021
Between Wounds and Folds on view at Smack Mellon New York initiates a difficult conversation around meat and global warming.
by Manu Sharma Jun 08, 2021
An Indian artist currently based in New York, Visakh Menon discusses his craft and its exploration that revolves around error.
by Zohra Khan Dec 11, 2020
The New York-based firm combines contextual connections and a melding of purpose and form in the design of the new headquarters of the Academy of the Hebrew Language.
by Shailaja Tripathi Nov 20, 2020
The Iranian-American artist’s public art project in New York around the famed Persian Garden probes its complex history.
by Meghna Mehta Nov 16, 2020
To commemorate the Pritzker Prize laureate’s birthday, STIR brings an audio walkthrough of the Dutch architect’s exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, USA.
by STIRworld Oct 30, 2020
Adjaye Associates’ new project celebrates the resilience and unity of the 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East union at their new headquarters in New York City.
by Jones John Jul 23, 2020
Sonnier, the New York-based pioneer of the Process Art Movement, succumbed to chronic illness on July 18, leaving behind a legacy of celebrating the process of creating work.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Mar 16, 2020
Vladimir Belogolovsky reviews the show at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, devoted entirely to Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece - the futurist sci-fi film Space Odyssey.
by Zohra Khan Nov 11, 2019
Conversations on the Contrary: Speaking with STIR at Kyoorius Designyatra 2019, New York's Timothy Goodman discusses the idea behind integrating typography with common objects.
by Georgina Maddox Oct 15, 2019
Photographer Sandeep Biswas travels through reflected and refracted imagery in the New York, Rome, Bangkok and China, and takes us along on this journey of visual poetry.
by Zohra Khan Sep 26, 2019
Visual artist Michael Pinsky’s immersive Pollution Pods that imitate the air of five global cities, were recently hosted by WHO during the UN Climate Action Summit in New York.
by Ronitaa Italia Sep 14, 2019
Designed by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelburg of Yabu Pushelberg, New York, the Four Season Kuwait definitely counts as one of the most strikingly designed hotels in the world.
by Sukanya Garg Aug 31, 2019
Gretchen Bender: So Much Deathless – an exhibition devoted to the life and works of the multi-disciplinary artist – was on display at Red Bull Arts New York.
by Sukanya Garg Aug 21, 2019
STIR speaks to Refik Anadol, an artist working with AI, data painting and machine learning, about his show Machine Hallucination at ARTECHOUSE, New York.
by Pragnya Rao Aug 10, 2019
Designed by New York-based Gachot Studio, this new hip hotel by luxury watchmaker Shinola is a place to get lost in the wonder of thoughtful design.
by Sukanya Garg Jul 29, 2019
Shanghai and New York-based Miao Ying explores restricted Chinese internet through Hardcore Digital Detox, commissioned for the M+ Stories online platform.
by Sukanya Garg Jul 01, 2019
Flowers braved the New York winter in Brooklyn-based artist Hein Koh’s sculptural art installation, 'Braving the Cold' displayed at the Rockefeller Centre.
by Manu Sharma Nov 26, 2022
Australian artist Ben Heim explores his abstract digital practice, and discusses his excitement for what new media may hold.
by Sunena V Maju Nov 22, 2022
As MODA hosts the exhibition, Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture, STIR speaks with the curator of the exhibition, Sekou Cooke about the design movement.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 21, 2022
German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans' first museum survey at MoMA, New York, encapsulates his practice at its best — a fine amalgamation of digital inventiveness and social sensitivity.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 18, 2022
American painter Roxy Paine creates a conflicting world, driven by ecology and technology, in his installations to open a contemplative space that the audience can share.
by Sukanya Deb Nov 17, 2022
Rejecting the contradictions in the characterisation of his oeuvre by western institutions, Araeen considers the influence of Islamic thought in the development of modernism.
by Sunena V Maju Nov 15, 2022
In the multi-family development of Marea by WORKac, housing reflecting the natural landscape of the Mediterranean creates a new layer for Batroun’s history.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 09, 2022
Berlin-based Norwegian artist Sissel Tolaas creates olfactory landscapes at Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, in her first major exhibition in the US.
by Sunena V Maju Nov 05, 2022
The winning design for Wuxi Art Museum by Ennead Architects adorns an articulated limestone facade with unique perforations and textures inspired by the scholar stones.
by Daria Kravchuk Oct 30, 2022
Art week in the framework of Tbilisi Art Fair fused the cultures of openness and shaped a new way of experiencing the fabric of the city.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 29, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews the founders of Only If, about their new home, Narrow House – more than a building, less than a manifesto, and an extension of urban policies.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 21, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky met with the founders of Amoia Cody Architecture, DPC and NYIT professors to discuss their first book, Alvar Aalto and the Future of Architecture.
by Zohra Khan Oct 06, 2022
The American architect and founder of Chicago-based Studio Gang has been announced as the honouree of the award that celebrates trailblazers in architecture.
by Zohra Khan Oct 05, 2022
STIR speaks with Japanese lighting designer, ceramicist and installation artist, Yuko Nishikawa, about her hands-on practice that considers objects as living beings.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 03, 2022
STIR interviews Yang Liu, an illustrator who highlights the distinctions between cultures, genders, and demographics around the world through simple yet hard-hitting pictograms
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 02, 2022
Accumulation of objects produced at a massive scale for the multimedia artist Portia Munson serves as the material to produce the sculptural installations which are maximalist.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 26, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviewed Argentine-American architect Juan Ignacio Ramos who says, "If you are repeating yourself, you start to die as an architect."
by Vatsala Sethi Sep 24, 2022
Tbilisi Art Fair 2022, featuring prominent and emerging international artists, aims to bridge the inclusion gap, while exploring gender issues, conflict, and other themes at this year's four-day event.
by Sunena V Maju Sep 24, 2022
The winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2022 respond to social issues and extend an architectural responsibility toward communities, culture and environment.
by Vatsala Sethi Sep 21, 2022
As the iconic photographer passes away, we reflect on his recent work at ICP, NY - William Klein: YES - his life as an artist, his career as a photographer, and the impact he made.
by Manu Sharma Sep 20, 2022
Jamaican-American interdisciplinary artist Jesse Wright discusses the importance of faith and filial ties within his multi-layered artistic practice.
by Urvi Kothari Sep 18, 2022
Reimagining ancient Hellenic sculptures into minimalist cubes, Adam Parker Smith investigates into the legitimacy of classical forms with a humorous twist at The Hole L.A.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Sep 16, 2022
Cecilia Alemani’s main exhibition gathers together lost, stolen, forgotten, marginalised, maternal, non-canonised female, queer, non-binary, and indigenous artistic subjectivities.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 15, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky talks to Boston architect Brian Healy about the need to study architectural precedents and building ideas on the shoulders of great masters.
by Rahul Kumar Sep 14, 2022
Illustrative Chronicles: Investigating how Aashti Miller's architectural background has influenced her illustration career and discovering her inspirations and goals.
by Sukanya Deb Sep 09, 2022
The photographic series documents the ongoing crisis in Lebanon, looking at the everyday and the event of traumas encountered, and how a population can begin to respond.
by STIRworld Sep 05, 2022
The Painter's New Tools, curated by Eleanor Cayre and Dean Kissick at Nahmad Contemporary, features paintings made by using CGI, AI, printers, tablets, and other technologies.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 02, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky writes about Felix Novikov (1927-2022), the architect who coined the term “Soviet modernism” in reference to Soviet architecture’s period from 1955 to 1985.
by Urvi Kothari Sep 01, 2022
Rina Banerjee’s imaginative, complex and layered world comes to life at the Hunterdon Art Museum as she explores ideas of gender, identity, beauty, and human psyche.
by Sukanya Deb Aug 31, 2022
The American artist is presenting a new 8000 square foot interactive sculpture at Burning Man 2022, that utilises reclaimed plastic and sets the stage for climate responsive art.
by Rahul Kumar Aug 30, 2022
Illustrative Chronicles: The French illustrator Malika Favre’s design process with powerful graphics and clean geometry is both vibrant and minimalist.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Aug 30, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks to James Wines, the architect behind iconic BEST Products stores that critiqued the nature of architecture, shopping, and suburbia.
by Rahul Kumar Aug 29, 2022
Examining the new definition of 'museum' issued by ICOM, and the Museum of Rape Threats and Sexism that expands the idea of the format associated with a museum.
by Jincy Iype Aug 18, 2022
Co-developed by Everyrealm and The Alexander Team, 'The Row' is a members-only metaverse community designed by artists including Daniel Arsham, Andrés Reisinger, and more.
by Anmol Ahuja Aug 18, 2022
Partner at world-renowned brand and graphic design firm Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, the ‘logo prodigy’ delves into what makes an identity timeless, and simplicity as a motif.
by Sunena V Maju Aug 10, 2022
On the passing of the Japanese fashion designer, contemporaries Yves Béhar, Tokujin Yoshioka, and Naoto Fukasawa reminisce fond memories of working alongside the legend.
by Manu Sharma Aug 10, 2022
Canadian artist Jason Gringler talks about using industrial refuse to create his hybrid sculptures.
by STIRworld Aug 09, 2022
Koons has been sued by Michael Hayden, an artist who worked in Italy in the 80s designing sets and props for films - over copyright of coiled snake sculpture featured in Made in Heaven series.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 22, 2022
The London-based art gallery Alison Jacques is presenting visual artist Nicola L's first UK exhibition in partnership with the Nicola L Collection and Archive, Los Angeles.
by STIRworld Jul 21, 2022
The Swedish-born artist who died at the age of 93, has left behind a legacy of his larger-than-life pop art sculptures.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 20, 2022
Offer Waterman and the Estate of William Turnbull present William Turnbull's retrospective in London, highlighting the artist's prowess to create both paintings and sculptures.
by STIRworld Jul 13, 2022
OMA designs the new temporary store for Tiffany and Co. in Paris, displaying the brand’s recent as well as archival designs dating back to 1837.
by Zohra Khan Jul 07, 2022
The Berlin-based artist’s entangled constellation of clouds, titled Cloud Cities Barcelona, takes over the top floor of the Torre Glòries tower as a suspended observatory.
by Rahul Kumar Jun 30, 2022
Examining the history of monarchs and authority across the world and their involvement with art works in public spaces to influence the desired narrative.
by Divya Menon Jun 29, 2022
Art and public spaces through their symbiotic association bring surreal experiences at a 17th century church in Cremona, Italy.
by STIRworld Jun 28, 2022
Ai Weiwei's Arch is a 40-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture that signifies freedom of expression.
by STIRworld Jun 23, 2022
The multi-coloured, customisable Xbox Pride Controller 2022 is garbed in 34 community flags inspired by stories and identities of the LGBTQIA+ community for Pride month, and beyond.
by Sukanya Deb Jun 22, 2022
Noting the ‘documentary form’ as of relevance to the historicisation of the LGBTQ+ movement, these artists bring the image towards the evidentiary.
by Manu Sharma Jun 13, 2022
Artemest discusses the bold, collaborative project they have undertaken, combining contemporary arts practice with historical glasswork.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jun 02, 2022
Polish painter Piotr Janas' exhibition Blue Is the Decayed Pink at Thomas Erben Gallery features paintings and video work created to accentuate the visceral quality of human body.
by STIRworld Jun 02, 2022
The twelfth edition of the Casalgrande Padana Grand Prix announces its winners in an award ceremony at MUDEC in Milan,Italy.
by STIRworld May 19, 2022
Australian artist CJ Hendry reconstructs East London's New Testament Church for her exhibition Epilogue, which immerses viewers in a continual confetti downpour.
by STIRworld May 18, 2022
3C Awards announce the winners of LIV Hospitality Design Awards and SIT Furniture Design Award, showcasing exceptional design interventions in hospitality and furniture designs.
by Rahul Kumar May 17, 2022
Hawai'i Contemporary presents Hawai'i Triennial 2022 in Honolulu, USA, showcasing prominent installations and art performances for the eleven-week event.
by STIRworld May 14, 2022
This May 2022, Taipei Dangdai will host a variety of innovative art from globally renowned galleries
by Shraddha Nair May 11, 2022
French artists Caroline Denervaud and Adrien Dantou met during lockdown, and began immediately collaborating with each other on several projects including a Louis Vuitton promo.
by Rahul Kumar May 10, 2022
In an interview with STIR, Will Day speaks of his journey of discovery of art and his intent through his large-scale surfaces for his abstract paintings.
by Jincy Iype May 09, 2022
Flanked by a jungle and a beach in the Dominican Republic, Young Projects' Retreat House comprises four distinct structures that are aesthetically, structurally, and materially diverse.
by Manu Sharma Apr 21, 2022
Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone discusses the light-play behind his captivating work, and the street art that underlines his practice.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 19, 2022
The 15th edition of the art fair - a leading platform for artists from the Middle East and Global South - showcased modern, contemporary and digital art at Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 18, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Robert Stern about his new autobiography, Between Memory and Invention, to define his place in architecture and how he influenced it.
by Rahul Kumar Apr 16, 2022
1400+ works of over 200 artists will form the largest exhibition at the upcoming edition of the Venice Art Biennale, responding to the theme The Milk of Dreams.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Apr 15, 2022
Isamu Noguchi: A New Nature at White Cube Bermondsey brought to life the sculptures by the American sculptor which continue to strike a chord with the contemporary audience.
by Shraddha Nair Apr 10, 2022
Belgian-American artist Cecile B Evans discussed ecological collapse and other social crises through their new video work, presented at Layr gallery in Vienna, Austria.
by STIRworld Apr 09, 2022
German artist Katharina Fritsch and Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña win the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 07, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Kharkiv-based architect Oleg Drozdov about a new architecture school he co-founded in 2017 and his vision for Ukraine after the war.
by Girinandini Singh Apr 05, 2022
The Turkish artist talks about her latest exhibition which uses the waste generated at the Istanbul Airport as a medium urging us to think of art itself as something human.
by Shraddha Nair Apr 02, 2022
Bangkok-raised artist Korakrit Arunanondchai's recent performance-based video artworks were drawn from an intimate space of experiencing the death of his grandfather.
by Shraddha Nair Mar 27, 2022
The Tokyo-based international collective brings elements of fantasy and magic to Kairakuen Garden, one of Japan's Three Great Gardens that was built in the 1800s in Mito, Ibaraki.
by Almas Sadique Mar 26, 2022
On the German-American architect's 136th birth anniversary, STIR spotlights the ideas that guided his designs through some of his furniture pieces.
by Zohra Khan Mar 24, 2022
'House as Garden' by the late architect is his vision to provide a "beautiful life" to the African American community of Chicago's West Woodlawn.
by Manu Sharma Mar 24, 2022
Colombian multidisciplinary artist Helena La Rota López discusses her strange and mesmerising performance practice.
by STIRworld Mar 18, 2022
Shantell Martin collaborates with Boston Ballet for the world premiere of Kites, drawing a new trajectory for her work of lines.
by Shraddha Nair Mar 17, 2022
In celebration of the Smithsonian’s 175th anniversary in Washington DC, the India-born artist and architect Suchi Reddy fuses art and technology to discuss our future in a magical manner.
by Devanshi Shah Mar 01, 2022
The dual exhibitions at The MET, NY, and the HNI in Rotterdam illustrate a narrative that connects Disney’s inspiration and his continued influence on contemporary design.
by Manu Sharma Mar 01, 2022
STIR explores the four-decade long oeuvre of visionary American artist Karla Knight at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Connecticut, United States.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 17, 2022
The site-specific sculptural installations by the Austria-born artist Alois Kronschlaeger disturb the geometry of the built environment to explore light, space, and time.
by Manu Sharma Feb 16, 2022
Spanish Artist Rafael Jiminez discusses the impermanence and unreliability of human memory, and how it fits into his artistic practice.
by Sukanya Deb Feb 13, 2022
STIR delves into fabric sculptures and the evocation of fabric in modern and contemporary installation practices that defy the very nature of monumentalism in art.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 12, 2022
Serpentine North Gallery in London is showcasing the work of graffiti artist KAWS with both physical and virtual reality artworks through the Acute Art virtual reality app.
by Anmol Ahuja, Devanshi Shah Feb 11, 2022
In its third edition held on February 5 at the Guggenheim Museum, The World Around Summit facilitated discussions among changemakers on architecture’s now, near, and next.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 11, 2022
Kinetic sculptures in the exhibition Alexander Calder: Minimal/Maximal are in harmony with the architecture of their display at Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.
by Shraddha Nair Feb 10, 2022
Carly Whitefield, Assistant Curator at Tate Modern, speaks with STIR about the Seoul-born artist Anicka Yi's feature In Love with the World at Turbine Hall at the London’s art gallery.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 03, 2022
In a conversation with STIR, Beatrice Galilee - writer, curator, cultural consultant, and co-founder of The World Around - reflects on the contemporary challenges of the practice.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 29, 2022
Works by artists such as Avantika Bawa, Emma Critchley, Mario D’Souza and Ranjit Kandalgaonkar at The Show Windows in Mumbai encourage dialogue on home and belonging.
by Laurameroni Design Collection Jan 21, 2022
Discover a selection of tailor-made projects, created by architects and designers, featuring Laurameroni products and customised solutions in high-end residential and public interiors.
by Almas Sadique Jan 06, 2022
The reticent American artist, known for his cheerful portrayal of everyday life, passed away at his home in Sacramento, California, on December 25, 2021.
by Anmol Ahuja Dec 29, 2021
From period dramas to fantasies to sci-fi epics, STIR rounds up the best of architecture and design in this year’s mainstream cinema offerings.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 22, 2021
Looking back at the year 2021, the STIR's round-up on materiality refocuses on a selection of artists who skillfully exploit the medium and process of their choice.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 22, 2021
Croatian artists Bruno Pogačnik Tremow and Ivana Vukšić speak with STIR about their art, which grapples with the ideas of identity, memory and war.
by Nadezna Siganporia Nov 12, 2021
Concrete and glass forms wrapped around a central courtyard turn a former warehouse, built in 1964, in the Hudson River valley into the home for post-war Italian art.
by Devanshi Shah Oct 22, 2021
Selected from eight finalists from across the globe, Saudi artist Ajlan Gharem’s work stands out because it spoke to the global events and is built on the legacies of Islamic architecture.
by Manu Sharma Oct 07, 2021
American designer Nicole McLaughlin discusses the importance of upcycling as a design process, which is an integral part of her art practice.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 30, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Michael Webb about his lengthy student career, inventing “Bowellism”, much celebrated thesis project Sin Palace, and his Archigram years.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 25, 2021
L’Arc de Triomphe Wrapped, Paris, is yet another addition to Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s body of work dotted with the experimental spirit of the creative imagination.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Sep 23, 2021
US-based installation artist, Sarah Oppenheimer, with her latest work S-334473 at MASS MoCA, like her previous works, overlaps the wonder of art and architectural precision.
by Nitija Immanuel, Jerry Elengical Sep 16, 2021
STIR speaks with the curators of the exhibition at Wrightwood 659 in Chicago, centered on two lost masterworks - Louis Sullivan’s Garrick Theatre and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Building.
by Zohra Khan Sep 03, 2021
PepsiCo’s Chief Design Officer, Mauro Porcini, decodes the most underrated design secret and talks about the role of love in navigating the complexity of his job.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 29, 2021
Danish artist-duo Elmgreen & Dragset strives to critique the institutional settings of their public art installations famous for recontextualising the objects with an artistic twist.
by Aastha D. Aug 20, 2021
Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China will confront notions of expansive urbanscapes, to redefine and reimagine contemporary Chinese architecture.
by Devanshi Shah Jul 30, 2021
A special presentation at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, Future Assembly is an exhibition within an exhibition that explores the collaborative nature of design.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 14, 2021
Taiwan-born Lee Mingwei invites the visitors to explore emotive experiences and decipher the variety of thoughts through his participatory conceptual performances.
by STIRworld Jul 01, 2021
Ini Archibong’s Pavilion of the African Diaspora receives the Best Design Medal for its remarkable design, acting as a platform for people of the African Diaspora to be seen and heard.
by Devanshi Shah Jun 16, 2021
Louis Vuitton’s latest publication, Fashion Eye Venice by Cecil Beaton, highlights the parallel between photographer Beaton’s vision of beauty and the serenity of mid-20th century Venice.
by STIRworld Jun 14, 2021
The 10th iteration of the Council of Architecture’s ongoing digital seminar will see Steven Holl and Durganand Balsavar talk about the importance of green-spaces in a post-COVID world.
by Jerry Elengical May 26, 2021
The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced a digital collaboration with Google Arts & Culture, showcasing 15 stories free to view from the RIBA collection.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 25, 2021
The Cape Town-based ceramist, with his exhibition iThongo at Friedman Benda in NY, pays homage to his ancestral roots to underscore the importance of restoring ecological harmony.
by Aastha D. May 13, 2021
Director, Museo de Arte Moderno, Victoria Noorthoorn, offers an insight into how her curatorial practices have evolved and continue to transform the boundaries of the museum space.
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 04, 2021
Led by Ekene Ijeoma and Poetic Justice at MIT Media Lab, A Counting is a response to USA's Census 2020 when it misrepresented the ethnic and linguistic diversity across the country.
by STIRworld Apr 29, 2021
David Rockwell’s scenic design at LA Union Station for the 93rd Academy Awards crafts an intimate venue inspired by the understated elegance of the Oscars’ earliest ceremonies.
by STIRworld Apr 28, 2021
Part I: Drawing from a diverse array of perspectives, the seven key visuals for the 93rd Academy Awards reflect what cinema means to the film industry and general public.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Apr 24, 2021
Vladimir Belogolovsky asks Wang Shu of Hangzhou-based Amateur Architecture Studio about the essence of his work and what western architects could learn from China.
by Girinandini Singh Apr 12, 2021
The artist talks about materiality through the decomposition of form, merging traditional mediums of thread and oil for a contemporary setting and the place of the universal in her practice.
by Aastha D. Apr 09, 2021
Centring African American and African diaspora communities, this exhibition dismantles ways of understanding the past and its sustained repercussions in American cities today.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Mar 24, 2021
Between These Folded Walls, Utopia, by Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer, reimagines the lives of women who rebuild their lives from the scratch after having to leave their home of origin.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Feb 10, 2021
The 'water' theme at the core of Rhe: everything flows draws a parallel between water movement across borders and culture’s ability to permeate human life despite distances.
by Anmol Ahuja Feb 04, 2021
Sir David Adjaye, Alice Rawsthorn, and Ryue Nishizawa form part of an impressive line-up of changemakers in architecture at The World Around’s Second Annual summit held recently.
by Zohra Khan Feb 02, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice: The legendary American illustrator reveals how he tackle days when ideas elude him and how he nourishes his creative voice.
by Anmol Ahuja Jan 23, 2021
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill have transformed the landmark James A. Farley Post Office Building into Penn Station’s new train hall that opened to travellers earlier this month.
by Jones John Jan 22, 2021
The visual artist employs his fascination for seafaring culture and its accompanying aesthetics to talk about contemporary issues.
by Zohra Khan Jan 07, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice: The revolutionary Pentagram partner lets us into her all-embracing design world that upholds boredom as the key to getting the best ideas.
by Shailaja Tripathi Nov 09, 2020
The artist is keen to share Odysseus with the world, a sculpture based on the King of Ithaca, who he was reminded of after returning to Antwerp following three months in NY.
by Shailaja Tripathi Oct 21, 2020
Contemporary conceptual and visual artist Willie Cole discusses the appearance of steam irons as leitmotif in his art.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 06, 2020
Mumbai-based artist Dhruvi Acharya talks about her plans for an immersive installation and the logistical challenges she faces.
by Kabir Awatramani Oct 03, 2020
A discussion with the curator on the significance of US Monuments and her inspiration behind Socrates Sculpture Park’s prescient new exhibition, MONUMENTS NOW.
by Shraddha Nair Sep 26, 2020
Rob DeSalle curates an exhibition which allows the audience to understand colour and all its implications through interactive art installations.
by Zohra Khan Sep 10, 2020
STIR X LOCO Design bring architectural photographer Edmund Sumner with critic and curator Vladimir Belogolovsky to discuss the nuances of storytelling with two different mediums.
by Sukanya Garg Sep 05, 2020
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s immersive polka-dotted, phallic-sculptured infinity room - Love is Calling - is a culmination of her journey towards the sublime.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 18, 2020
Speaking with STIR on the eve of the World Photography Day, the co-founder of Contact Press Images emphasises on the role of photojournalism and ethics in the age of digital culture.
by Darshana Ramdev Aug 07, 2020
Marcel Duchamp: The Art of the Possible, a documentary by Matthew Taylor, explores the life and legacy of the American-French painter, and the man behind Dadaism.
by STIRworld Jul 28, 2020
On the 69th birthday of Santiago Calatrava Valls, STIR commemorates the Valencia-born architect's inspirations, inventions, neo-futuristic designs and all things biological.