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WSJ. Magazine - Art & Design

Art & Design

The 98-year-old artist, renowned for his vibrant paintings of cakes, milkshakes and other sweet treats, has a new show in New York City—this time of mountains he recreates from memory

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As a client once memorably asked Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty, the partners behind architecture firm Studio KO: “Make me forget I’m rich.” Inside the makings of their spare, earthy aesthetic.

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A blockbuster sale of Les Lalanne, the late French artist duo whose droll sheep and zoo animal sculptures are avidly collected, could be the biggest design auction of the year.

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A gym shoe for gadget lovers, a chic guide to New York City and the new must-have timepiece: WSJ. Magazine editors round up five new design items they’re most excited about.

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Delphinium ceiling? No problem. British florist McQueens, known for its eye-catching arrangements in London’s best five-star hotels, lands in Manhattan

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A new retrospective in November at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art traces Julie Mehretu’s career creating epic, lyrical works that are literally ripped from the headlines

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The Rem Koolhaas–led firm OMA joined forces with Indonesian hospitality group Potato Head to create this latest addition to its Bali property—see inside the finished space

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The 82-year-old artist’s monumental new work, a meditation on the view from his Normandy home, demonstrates his singular way of seeing things.

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A show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver reveals unseen prints of and by the late artist Francesca Woodman

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Diptyque’s homewares expansion, a fashionable Mexico City boite, Harry Winston’s candy-colored cocktail rings and a sculptural Max Mara Atelier coat—all this and more in our monthly survey of the most captivating items in fashion, design and travel

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Fusing influences and colors he’s brought to high-end projects like the Chateau Marmont, designer Fernando Santangelo—whose aesthetic client Bette Midler describes as witty and well-informed—trains his eye on his own rented brownstone

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Chairs by the iconic Swiss designer Pierre Jeanneret fetch tens of thousands at auction. But which are real? With no foundation to police his trademark, provenance (and who’s profiting) are often blurry. A wild design caper that touches on issues of authenticity, integrity and legacy