Interview: Radnor Design Studio Founder, Susan Clark

In collaboration with architect Elizabeth Roberts, the brand presents 4,000 square feet of art and design at 180 East 88th

A designer and facilitator of design, Susan Clark founded Radnor in 2016 as a gallery platform to introduce emerging talent and as a studio to develop well-made collaborative pieces. This retailer-manufacturer hybrid is filtered through Clark’s elevated vision, which brings together elements of art, design and craft. From her Gowanus studio, Clark explores dimensions, materials and prototypes; from the serene showroom that she designed in …

Art + Design Institutions Perfect For Day Trips From NYC

From sprawling outdoor sculptures parks to galleries and museums worth a visit

With such a concentration of artists, studios, galleries and museums in NYC, nobody should be surprised that world-class art institutions exist in the surrounding cities, towns and hamlets. Drive in any direction and within two hours there’s a stop worthy of the art curious. Depending on the direction, you’re likely to end up at the Parrish Museum in Water Mill, New York, the Princeton University …

NYC’s The Brant Foundation Art Study Center Opens With Jean-Michel Basquiat

A debut exhibit in a building that was once Walter De Maria's live/work space

Back in 2014, rumors began circulating that the Brant Foundation had purchased 419 East 6th Street—the four-story building that had housed conceptual artist Walter De Maria‘s home and studio since the mid-’80s. Its origins, however, underline its strange, slender figure and the 16,000-square-feet space within; it was constructed as a Con Edison substation back in 1920. As recent renovations commenced—and the rare private event was held—interest over …