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Four Design Destinations to Supplement Salone
Away from the sprawling furniture fair, Salone del Mobile offers the cultural centers of Milan an occasion to show off to design-minded visitors from around the world.
A New Home Store in Brooklyn Celebrates both Memphis and Minimalism
Designer Sergio Mannino’s bold design for home décor store, A.MANO (meaning "by hand" in Italian), is an ode to Italian design and ceramics.
At the Venice Biennale, Jeanne Gang Uses Memphis’s Cobblestones to Reflect on Monuments and Messy Civic Histories
Gang calls the installation, which will soon open at the Biennale's U.S. Pavilion, the “antithesis of a man on a horse up on a pedestal.”
In Nathalie Du Pasquier’s New Solo Show, Everyday Objects Become Monuments
The Memphis alum's still lifes and maquettes are reminiscent of the erstwhile collective's works, only more muted and shorn of the eccentricities.
Rediscovering Sottsass: A Q&A With Met Curator Christian Larsen
Associate curator of Modern Design and Decorative Arts, Christian Larsen, explains why the Metropolitan Museum of Art decided to revisit and exhibit the "happy" works of Italian designer Ettore Sottsass.
Q&A: Nathalie Du Pasquier, the Queen of Memphis
Nathalie Du Pasquier reflects on her beginnings, contemplates Memphis’s enduring legacy, and touches on the blurring of art and design.
Sottsass’s Affair With India Is Little-Known, but Vital
A new monograph offers a look at lesser-known aspects of the Italian designer’s work.
Three Standout Themes Seen at Salone
There were three standout themes at this year's furniture fair in Milan.