Metropolis Magazine’s 25th Anniversary

Hitting newsstands today is the 25th anniversary issue of Metropolis Magazine. With the original mission of bringing architecture and design to a savvy New York audience, this independent has only changed course to expand its breadth and become a national publication. Their ability to stay on point for so long is founded in their publisher's dedication, "he's our first reader and biggest fan" says Editor …

Juergen Teller: Do You Know What I Mean

Widely known for his off-the-cuff Marc Jacobs ads featuring candid portraits of celebrity friends, Juergen Teller's photographs tap into the current zeitgest of intimate, spontaneous, unstructured, and cleverly voyeuristic image-making. But in his current solo exhibition at Foundation Cartier pour L'Art Contemporain in Paris, Teller shows a body of work called Nürnberg. Taken over four seasons, the images document an abandoned Nazi propaganda site and—in …

Spothunters: The Fine Art of Real Estate

The residents of Newton, MA, the safest city in the US, are in for a treat. The New Art Center is the host of this unusual show of graffiti artists who use streets, galleries and publishing to get their views across. Shepard Fairey, Monster Project, Greg Lamarche (designer of the above graphic) and Caleb Neelon are hooking up the art center, housed in a picturesque …