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Inside Isaac Mizrahi’s Art-Filled Greenwich Village Apartment

Inside Isaac Mizrahi’s Art-Filled Greenwich Village Apartment The beloved New York designer shows T around his colorful home, where he has lived since the early ’90s. Album: ‘What Is That?’ Seeing the City as Abstract Art Gretchen Grace’s street photographs reveal a maze of shape and color within the city’s orderly grid. Read More »

Regenerative Design for Sustainable Development

Landscape Architecture Regenerative Design for Sustainable Development Winner, 1994 Merit Award for Communications, American Society of Landscape Architects “Regenerative Design for Sustainable Development is nothing less than a user’s manual for planet Earth that integrates the principles of ecological design with practical realities better than anything I’ve read. John Lyle has written the best book now available on the theory ... Read More »

Printing in Goa

The art of printing first entered India through Goa. In a letter to St. Ignatius of Loyola, dated 30 April 1556, Father Gasper Caleza speaks of a ship carrying a printing press setting sail for Abyssinia from Portugal, with the purpose of helping missionary work in Abyssinia. Circumstances prevented this printing press from leaving India, and consequently, printing was initiated ... Read More »

It’s All About the Art

It’s All About the Art On the wall of of an apartment in Midtown Manhattan designed by David Mann are two untitled woodcuts by Donald Judd. On the floor, a ceiling fixture bought in Morocco and repurposed as an object. Can Art Help Save the Planet? “The Crucified Land,” by Alexander Hogue (1939), will be on display at the Peabody ... Read More »