The Store Putting Tijuana on the Design Map
October 31, 2016
Object brings together influences from all over Mexico – much like the city of Tijuana itself.
Four Picks from the Chicago Architecture Biennial
October 6, 2015
In a series of three articles published in Artforum in 1980, the architect and critic Bernard Tschumi examined artistic practices that pushed the discipline of architecture to its limits. Some 35 years later, the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial embarks on a similar investigation.
A Retrospective of Thoughtfully Assembled Abstract Photographs
October 2, 2015
A review of "Barbara Kasten: Stages," on view at The Graham Foundation during the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial.
October 2, 2015
A review of Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory a monographic book of the architect's 50-year career published on the occasion of his exhibition at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, N.C.
Kiosk Rises Again in NoHo
September 10, 2014
A reintroduction to the cultish downtown New York design boutique which reopens in NoHo with a new retail and gallery program.
Design Gallery and Shop Pops Up in East Hampton
July 25, 2014
A look at the curatorial mission of consultancy group Grey Area as they program the storefront space of Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in East Hampton, NY.
A Cooperative Hub for Emerging Talent Opens in TriBeCa
June 30, 2014
A new model of design gallery and cooperative allows for greater resources and client exposure. An interview with the gallery's founders and one participating designer.
Los Angeles, City of Artists
May 20, 2011
A look at Los Angeles art outside of its hometown. Includes a review of the 2011 New York show, "Greater LA" and an interview with "Venice in Venice" curators ahead of their group show at the 2011 Venice Biennale. Click title to navigate to online version.
The Light Fantastic
November 2010 T Magazine Travel Issue
Today fuel-efficiency, accessibility and a sobering sense of minimalism are the driving forces behind transportation design. These latest concepts — some arriving shortly and others still en route — will change the way we travel by eliminating frills and lightening the load.
March 14, 2010 Style Section
A review of the enterprising life and photographic works of Baron Adolph de Meyer, one of the first American fashion photographers.
Modern Problems | Jacques Tati Retrospective
December 21, 2009
A review of the films accompanying the MoMA retrospective of Jacques Tati.
Down the Eastern Shore
July 12, 2009 Travel Section
A culinary road-trip travel feature on Maryland's Eastern Shore and its inextricable and historic ties to the shellfish industry.