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Until she abandoned the style more than 30 years ago, Lynn Davis was one of the great portrait photographers of her generation. Here, she discusses how she came to shoot some of the masters of 20th- century photography in these never-before- published images.
Richard Christiansen, the founder of Chandelier Creative, shows off his newly renovated Los Angeles home that once headquartered an erotic film studio.
Four gallery owners — Paula Cooper, Elyse Derosia, Bridget Donahue and Sean Kelly — discuss art fairs, auctions and staying in business.
In Korea, one housing development offers new versions of tiled-roof residences, and with them, a less frenetic lifestyle.
A pair of ethical taxidermists make magic in their mad-scientist lab outside of Amsterdam.
A dozen artistic responses to one of the greatest threats of our time.
An architect takes the concept of a mechanised, movable structure in a colourful new direction.
Amezaiku, a candy-making technique that calls for sculpting molten sugar syrup, nearly went extinct. Now, it’s seeing new life among a dedicated group of Tokyo craftsmen.
As contemporary artists become increasingly less present in their own work, the people who make their pieces remain unsung heroes.
Firelei Báez’s latest body of work is motivated by the Schomburg Centre’s archives of such famous figures as Zora Neale Hurston and Maya Angelou.
We asked 13 contemporary artists — Alfredo Jaar, Raúl de Nieves and Hayv Kahraman among them — to submit works, many of them new and being published for the first time, in response to the subject of immigration.
We asked artists, including Tony Cokes and Katherine Bernhardt, to create new jacket designs for their favourite vacation reads, exclusively for T.
Out of poverty and desperation, one woman has altered the economy of its entire village.
How a small but influential group of black gallerists is correcting history.
Joel Mesler ran a successful gallery on the Lower East Side for years. Then he left the city and started a new chapter.
Frederik Nystrup-Larson is making a name for himself creating organic pottery and sculpture inspired by the natural world.
At local florist, Floral Obsession, founder Christopher Teo brings in the most curious and precious flowers all year round.
To the Singaporean couple behind Omelet Trees, ceramics are pauses in life.
T sent Alegre a Polaroid camera to photograph the event and his many travels — from Milan to Barcelona to the Catalan town of Púbol, where Salvador Dalí transformed a crumbling farmhouse once owned by Alegre’s family into a surrealist castle.
When it comes to furnishing a Scandinavian-themed house, old is gold.
The most uncommon colour combinations do the strangest things.
Some ceramics inspired by 17th-century paintings of flowers and food that often had nasty slugs in them.
Recently, writer Pat Hackett opened a three-ring binder in her apartment and discovered 83 unpublished photographs by Andy Warhol.
There was no shortage of memorable projects on view during last month’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile fair in Milan.
With proper design, can an environment be hacked to raise the functioning levels of the autistic individual?
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