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Using face-tracking technology, Ines Alpha dreams up surreal digital face masks that can extend, bloom and sprout on the screen.
The pioneering artist Judy Chicago discusses “The Female Divine,” the vast immersive work she created for the French house’s latest couture show.
What first appears as a nondescript ’60s-era family home slowly reveals itself to be a paragon of surrealist design.
The photographer Pieter Hugo, who has captured scenes from Nigeria to Mexico, takes T inside his studio.
In Tokyo, the quirky Japanese artist invites T into his Doraemon-dedicated art exhibition.
In their New York apartment, artist Laila Gohar and graphic designer Omar Sosa have created an urban oasis filled with art and design pieces created by their cherished guests.
The shadow economy of trades is both a holdover from the past and a vital practice that keeps artists honest — or at least competitive with their peers.
Simon Watson has spent the past 10 years capturing exquisite homes, from Indian palaces to Irish townhouses, including his own.
Known for its intelligence-gathering operations during World War II, the O.S.S. also helped shape the look of modern life.
The ceramist Gregg Moore is helping to ensure that absolutely nothing goes to waste at the New York farm-to-table restaurant Blue Hill: He made china from the bones of the farm’s own cows.
At her cabin in the woods of Washington, Heidi Gustafson is creating a many-coloured library of one of mankind’s first pigments.
A tribute to Miami’s queer culture, meditations on climate change — and more not to be missed at this year’s constellation of art and design fairs.
The 2019 Sulwha Cultural Exhibition breathes new life into traditional Korean patterns against the backdrop of one of the most ordinary, essential places in everyday life.
Michel and Andrée Hirlet have lived and worked together for over 50 years. Now, they’re gaining recognition beyond their native France.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
Rather than going from one high-profile commission to the next, the architect has an alternative focus: designing shelters for the displaced.
Post-bloom, flowers become dried seed heads — and an entirely different kind of beautiful.
The discreet art of illuminating centuries-old buildings, from crypts to churches, is one that the Italians have respectfully mastered.
The artist and collector Nayland Blake invites T into their Brooklyn home: a one-bedroom apartment filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.
From Seoul, Moscow and Athens, these creators are both refuting and refining the local aesthetic.
A crop of artisans and artists breathe a renewed lease of life into discarded materials at Hermès’s petit h workshop.
They once covered plains in great swathes. Now, humble grasses are returning as focal points in free-spirited bouquets.
A pair of architects transforms the traditional toolsheds of Mallorca’s olive farms into radically minimalist residential caves.
Located in the heart of Hong Kong’s central business district, the new private club SOHO House Hong Kong — the first in East Asia — takes its members into a space influenced by the city’s rich film and art history.
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