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WSJ. Magazine - Art & Design
Architects Fanny Bauer Grung and David Lopez Quincoces’s 1920s apartment is equal parts design lab and family home.
The 75-year-old artist has established a residency in Detroit to give other artists of color a chance at the recognition that eluded him for so long.
Interior designer Michael S. Smith has created a series of new wallpapers for de Gournay, which tapped five creative talents to put them to good use.
Inside Italian architect Renzo Piano’s ambitious plans for the long-awaited Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.
Sissinghurst Castle Garden is among the most famous in the world. For designer Dan Pearson, a forgotten corner proved fertile ground for reinvention.
Fashion executive Barbara Boccara, known for French-girl flair, tapped Belgian architect Nicolas Schuybroek to bring a quiet minimalism to her Paris apartment.
From a Harry Winston necklace to an outdoor sculpture park to a Missoni collab, here are some of the summer’s most stylish releases and openings.
The sport’s popularity is on the rise. For new converts, a Hudson Valley resort offers a cooler kind of country club.
Alexandre de Betak has designed some of the fashion world’s most iconic runway shows. Now he and his wife, Sofía, are focusing on their most personal project yet: their family’s new home in Paris.
Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream launches a dining experience with a champagne theme.
Model Winnie Harlow, 26, who debuts in July as a judge on the Amazon Prime Video show ‘Making the Cut,’ shares what’s on her phone.
Artist Hugo McCloud’s first solo museum show spotlights his creative turns.
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A sweeping show of 20th-century artist Barbara Hepworth’s sculptural work brings her life-affirming vision into focus.
A show at New York’s Gagosian gallery brings together both established and emerging Black artists.
With the unveiling of one of three built-to-order Boat Tails, Rolls-Royce invites the customer into its design studio
Odile Mir created thrilling designs for the brand Prisunic in the late ’60s and into the ’70s. Now her granddaughter, interior designer Léonie Alma Mason, is bringing them back
As though shaped by time and memory, design objects in shades of black have a transcendent, otherworldly quality. We round up the best
“Menorca, if you’re not patient, it’s not for you,” says Christophe Comoy of the five-year renovation of a 19th-century farmhouse he undertook with his partner, Luis Laplace. “It’s heaven.”