The Museum of Water
The Museum of Water, created by London-based artist Amy Sharrocks, displays a collection of public donated water in bottles of all shapes and sizes accumulated over a period of two years.


Plastic Perfect by Rachel Lee Hovnanian
Plastic Perfect is an intricate exhibition exploring the effects of technology on human relationships.


Mick Rock ‘Exposed’ Exhibition Opening in NY
British music photographer Mick Rock’s exhibition EXPOSED is now open until late October at the Sumo Gallery in Tribecca, NY. The show, in conjunction with


Subject to Time
    No matter which medium he works in,  Darren Almond’s primary material — and subject — is time. The first work encountered in the exhibition is Perfect Time 8 x 7 (left), a display of fifty-six electronic flip clocks synced to advance together once every minute.


Rob Sato’s Curses Exhibition
Curses collects Rob Sato‘s latest adventures on paper, including his massive project Five Movements For Little Guys, a series of ten foot high watercolors where he set out to paint every single person he can remember. The figures are painted in miniature, and they migrate through five fantastical landscapes in a


Sight Unseen Offsite Show
Sight Unseen announces their brand new nomadic design fair opening May 16, during New York Design Week, at 200 Lafayette Street in Soho. The satellite show is hosting more than 50 independent designers and forward-thinking brands, hand-picked by the editors


Dream Cars Exhibition
Written by Anna Canlas Atlanta’s High Museum of Art unveils 17 of the rarest concept cars from across Europe and the U.S. in its forthcoming exhibition entitled “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas.”   Highlights include conceptual drawings, scale models and prototypes of Paul Arzens’ L’Oeuf électrique (1942), an electric bubble car designed for Arzens’ […]