Architectural Light Art
design
By Kari Indergaard Sundli - 24 Nov 2014
Just because ideas aren’t multiple or part of any collection, NLXL says they shouldn’t be shelved.
photography
By Josh Walker - 24 Nov 2014
A point of inspiration for some and a tool to help convey thought and feeling for others, the natural world has always been an endless source of artistic reference. For Dan Holdsworth, it’s no different.
art
By Guest Blogger - 23 Nov 2014
art
By Josh Walker - 23 Nov 2014
California born Johanna Grawunder is something of a light artist. Having said to Dwell magazine that a turned-off chandelier is “one of the saddest things in the world,” her desire to illuminate is realized in a stylized manner.
culture
By Ada Alti - 21 Nov 2014
  On October 23rd, West Hollywood’s De Re Gallery was overwhelmed with the coolest crowd and a star-studded guest list. The man of the night, was the iconic photographer Brian Bowen Smith who presented his first solo exhibition, WILDLIFE.
culture
By Kari Indergaard Sundli - 20 Nov 2014
Exposed brick walls and brass lighting sounds indicative of downtown Manhattan hotspots, but The Musket Room exceeds this exemplification with their Nolita nook of modern New Zealand fare.