Iman Raad, Eye (Left), 2017, acrylic on raw canvas, 34 x 40 inches IMAN RAAD, “Tongue Tied,” at Sargent’s Daughters (March 18 to April 23, 2017) This is the New York debut of this breakout young talent
Two families share a triangular retreat on Lake Avándaro. Group vacations are great for splitting travel costs, but not so good for getting restful alone time. That’s why architecture studio Método used
Trying to predict twists on your favorite series used to be a fun guessing game. Now, it’s become an industry. It only took one episode for diehard Mr. Robotfans to figure out the big twist of the show’s
When you try to build shapes out of too many triangles, some bizarre things start to happen. The five Platonic solids are the foundation for a number of geometric studies, and they encompass the only polyhedrons
It has taken 17 years and a seven abortive attempts, but Terry Gilliam's film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote will finally be made after Michael Palin stepped in to play the main part. Gilliam's film, he
Hey, thanks for inviting us over to check out the new place. It looks great. Did you repaint all of this? Yeah? Love the accent wall in the guest bedroom; it really livens up the room. Great bookcase,
Lita Albuquerque would like to map the sky. She'd like to stitch together the stars and the sand, sending a blanket of fluid, brightly colored dancers across the open, dusty desert floor. The environmental
Los Angeles — I GOT lost the other day driving on Venice Boulevard. This is a street, a mile south of where I live, that I use to travel east or west. But it has changed of late, like much of Los Angeles.