Fresh off the heels of the Whitney Museum’s widely successful Andy Warhol retrospective, the first of such large scale exhibitions organized by a U.S. institution honoring the late artist since 1989, New York’s highly acclaimed Lévy Gorvy gallery is presenting a show dedicated exclusively to Andy Warhol’s portraits of women, ranging from the early 1960s through the 1980s.
Tucked away in the lobby of a 1920s-era Tribeca office building hides a nondescript French eatery that goes by the name Arcade Bakery. The brainchild of world-renowned pastry chef Roger Gural, who’s extensive resume includes two years as head baker at Thomas Keller’s famous Bouchon Bakery in Napa Valley, Arcade Bakery opened its hallway-window-turned-storefront, spontaneously in May 2014.
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Tucked away in the center of Milan lies a 20th century architectural marvel that goes by the name Villa Necchi Campiglio. The Necchi Campiglio family, members of Milan’s wealthy industrial elite of the 1930s, commissioned leading Italian architect Piero Portaluppi to design this utterly stylish safe haven to distance themselves from the traditions of everyday life.
Ward Bennett is to 20th century American design as Mick Jagger is to rock and roll. Born in New York City in 1917, Bennett’s career spanned over five decades, encompassing both architecture and interiors, in addition to furniture and textile design. With a taste for simplistic forms, refined materials and understated elegance, Bennett’s signature rich minimalism eared the architect a loyal conting...
Salone del Mobile
Every spring the international design community descends upon Milan for Salone del Mobile, an annual furniture fair encompassing over 200,000 square metres of Milan’s Rho Fiera fairgrounds. Launched in 1961, this year marks the 58th edition of Salone del Mobile promoting the exchange of Italian exports in furnishing and the creation of an integrated global community of talented minds working in th...