Studio Visit: Artist Anna Lomax

Neon signs, plants and all kinds of beguiling tchotchkes fill her east London space

Right by the verdant Regent’s Canal in east London lies a courtyard surrounded by old warehouses that are now home to some of the most exciting up-and-coming designers in the British capital. One of these is Anna Lomax, an artist and set designer who’s worked with everyone from Kenzo to the Tate, and whose genre-spanning pieces include humorous installations, neon signs and tongue-in-cheek holograms. Lomax’s …

“Spatial Illumination” at D Museum, Seoul

Bathing in light and color at the South Korean capital's newest addition to the arts scene

Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, opened by South Korea’s Daelim Group in 2002, has a brand new sibling in Seoul. While Daelim has become known for its photo, design and fashion-focused exhibitions, D Museum near-literally steals the spotlight with its inaugural show, “Spatial Illumination—9 Lights in 9 Rooms,” hosting light installations from nine international artists. Featuring diversity in materials and experiences, from neon works by Cerith …

Miami Art Week 2015: In Words

Works that incorporate text in powerful ways

As you wade through the sheer amount of artwork on view during Miami Art Week, there’s something both compelling and divisive about the pieces incorporating words. They grab ahold of your eyes from far across the hall, drawing you in silently. Unlike abstract sculptures that might require a bit of patience or background information, these pieces are direct, brash and elicit almost a knee-jerk reaction …