Design

This Spring, Phillips presents a rare opportunity to view the smoking room ‘Les Palmiers’, designed by Jean Dunand from 1930-1936 for the Parisian apartment of Mademoiselle Collette Aboucaya on rue…
While the impact of the movement far eclipses the brevity of the collective, without a doubt, the Memphis Group has become synonymous with the visual culture and nostalgic aesthetic of the 1980s. 
Designed with Henri Samuel and furnished with the finest classical furniture, Russian works of art, silver, and porcelain, the Manhattan apartment of Susan and John Gutfreund was described as ‘the…
The V&A presents Bags: Inside Out, the UK’s most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the ultimate accessory.
Though the popularity of chess has seen a major uptick lately, the strategic game is no passing fad.
By exploring three modern artist-designer couples of the twentieth century, we revisit two timeless art debates: the intersection between design and art, and art history as more than a solitary line…
This summer, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) debuts a selection of recently acquired contemporary and decorative art works in Contemporary Art + Design: New Acquisitions. Jointly organized by the…
Few artists have had a greater impact on the visualization of modern politics and culture than Emory Douglas.