Gagosian Director Antwaun Sargent’s Stunning “Social Works” Exhibition

A group show with work by 12 Black artists who've contributed to social change in public and private spaces

Channeling an urgent conceptual power that parallels his last two books (The New Black Vanguard and Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists), while incorporating an immersive flair that art enthusiasts today have come to savor, author and critic Antwaun Sargent‘s debut exhibition at Gagosian, Social Works, delivers an engaging discourse on Black artists and the myriad spaces they influence. With community engagement as a …

Interview: ARTECHOUSE Co-Founder + Chief Creative Officer Sandro Kereselidze

Insight on the mission behind the art-tech hybrid institution

With experiential art centers in NYC, Miami and Washington, DC, ARTECHOUSE has established itself as one of the leaders in immersive, tech-powered artwork. From their dynamic audio-visual and haptic systems to their collaboration with cutting-edge artists, ARTECHOUSE is an incubator, platform and gallery. To step inside one of their locations is to lose oneself to artwork; to live within the multi-sensory manifestation of a visionary …

Audio-Olfactory Installation “Metronome” at London Design Biennale

Sound, scent, movement and form combine for this evocative invention and experience

Shaped like an infinity symbol, Metronome—debuting now at London Design Biennale—is a sculptural object and experience designed to create a time-bubble for its audience. Inspired in part by pregnancy as well as Swann’s Way (the first volume of Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, first translated into English as Remembrance of Things Past), Metronome is a combination audio-olfactory invention that merges sound elements to evoke …