Bridget Bodenham Ceramics

Refined yet organic vessels inspired by the Australian bush

Australia conjures different images for different people. Locals might recall their childhood homes, tourists might think of white-sand beaches and those who’ve yet to visit the land down under might just envision kangaroos and boomerangs. Yet Victoria-native Bridget Bodenham‘s Australia is deeply personal, and she captures that sense of place in a unique medium: ceramics. Bodenham lives and works in the idyllic hills around Hepburn …

Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain 2013

For its 40th edition, the international art fair shows a young and daring spirit, with plenty of surprises

The 2013 Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC) party starts right at the entrance. Immediately, visitors are faced with the impressive and imposing, nearly seven meters tall “Iron tree,” by controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. Pursuing his personal approach which references his country’s cultural heritage, the artist has cast in iron a previously made work of fallen trunks from mountainous south China, which have been interlocked …

Frederik Molenschot at Huys

The Dutch lighting designer's public exhibition in a private residence in NYC

At the Huys (pronounced “house”) residence in New York City, presently in development by the Netherlands’ Kroonenberg Groep, you’ll find a new, unified showcase of Dutch contemporary design. Situated in an exhibition space, the lobby and beside every door, sculptural lighting designer Frederik-Molenschot has unveiled an imaginative public art exhibition and more. Among the work of the High Line’s landscape architect Piet Oudolf and world-class …