Ai Weiwei’s New NYC Project “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors”

Ai Weiwei’s latest NYC art installation is made up of some 300 pieces all over the city and makes a strong point about immigration and refugees. With a fence circling the Unisphere in Queens, a cage in Washington Square Park, and more “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors” encourages New Yorkers to take a moment and think about the problematic nature of borders—metaphorical and physical. He …

Hotel Milu, Florence

A contemporary art-driven accommodation, housed in a historic 15th century building

Florence tends to be synonymous with art, but oftentimes we think of ancient palazzos, classic paintings and iconic sculptures. The city, however also has a vibrant contemporary side, driven by fashion, art and food. Hotel Milu, a new boutique property, represents these aspects of the capital of Renaissance by way of modern design and comfort for the traveler of today, all while maintaining Florence’s grandeur. …

Electric Objects’ Pop-Up Shop, SoHo

Getting hands-on with a frame that opens a window into digital art

Anyone who strolls galleries each Thursday or participates in the art fair circuit, is well aware of digital art’s expanding presence. As for how many people actually envision digital pieces in their home, that’s a different story. When one sees GIF art on an LCD screen or a looping experimental film, presentation becomes a fundamental question: are you buying the work within, or the work …