Collectible sits at the intersection of art and design. Lending a curatorial eye to the purchasing process.
Instantly recognizable for its simple, practical, elegant designs, the Scandinavian style has had perhaps an unparalleled impact on contemporary design at large.
Adi Goodrich’s latest project is Wine and Eggs, a newly opened natural wine and provisions shop in Los Angeles’ Atwater Village that synthesizes much of her work over the past decade.
The name &Daughters nods to the historical underrepresentation of women in architecture, serving to emphasize the value of a fresh perspective.
Ferrari brings a dream-like, Lynchian vision to Alchemy but stops short of full Kubrickian fantasy, grounding the shop using natural materials.
Based in Southern California, John Sharp describes himself as a spatial conceptualizer and environmental designer.
Vancouver’s Cave brings together a curated showroom of design objects and art that values character over ideology.
Like the brutalists of Montreal’s past, MRDK isn’t creating spaces to be ignored. Rather than play it safe and favour the comfortable, the duo’s impulse for audacious design is exactly what has made the studio resonate within the city.
Not only is it the world’s first 3-D printed book, but it was made in space.
For its 2019 programming the Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) is presenting a diverse, eclectic collection of pieces from Vancouver as well as around the world.
Comprised of five individual sculptures, the new body of work continues Low’s research into materials and objects prior to the Industrial Revolution.
Entering its 15th year of production, Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival has a simple message this year: gratitude.
For founders Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen, design is as much a process of discovery as it is a matter of intention.
Having a plan prepared before you go gallery hopping in L.A. is essential.
In Jaime Hayon’s work, there is a language. The Madrid-born designer speaks through curves (they must be deep), materials (classic), and a theme (always unexpected).
Born in Egypt and raised in Lebanon, the Vancouver-based artist relays messages of diaspora, community, and connection through her sculptures.
In her latest release and first biography, author Chris Kraus delves into the life of an admired peer, the avant-garde writer and artist Kathy Acker.
Vancouver’s art scene is varied, complex, and like any great art city, always evolving for the next generation of excellent local talent.
The most talked-about openings across Canada to see this fall.