Elusive time flashes past us quickly, but the Timekeeper is a way to make it tangible.
“Somebody has to talk to the world,” says Yuxweluptun. “I have to teach people to respect what we have.”
Chinese visual artist Liu Bolin has found success within a curious paradox: he stands out by blending in.
With the private salon’s bird’s-eye view of the Manhattan skyline, natural light, high ceilings, and minimalist design, the luxurious space provides the ideal setting to get lost within the gallery’s art.
Royal Wood had a problem. The singer-songwriter had fallen out of love. But not with a person, with something potentially more devastating—with music.
Something unexpected lies beneath the manholes of Lodi, Italy.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: The sound emanating from within C. Bechstein’s piano factory in the sleepy German town of Seifhennersdorf, Saxony, is a cacophony of keys being tested, the guttural sawing of wood, and, at one workbench, a radio softly playing American pop music.
The exhibit encourages visitors to the Upper East Side’s Museum Mile to consider the concept of completeness from a new perspective.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: As improbable as is the profession of artisanal pencil sharpener, more outlandish still is the history of how one came to be one.