The Andy Warhol of architecture, artist/architect Allan Wexler once asked, “Can a painting of a chair also have the function of a chair? Can I sit on my painting?” He was addressing the age-old dilemma of whether art is imitating life or vice versa.
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Photography by Levan Maisuradze
Our 2020 lineup of inspiring and visionary women from our community’s creative pool are not only breaking down barriers and forging new paths but some are reshaping the very nature of the worlds they work in.
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French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani is pioneering a new direction in temporary architecture, employing cutting-edge digital technology, and radical new perspectives on shared space.
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“Snow Mountain Songlets” is a collection of poems by Hua Ma who lived in Meili.
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If you find yourself at Timber Cove Resort on California’s ruggedly cinematic coast, chances are you’ll hear music that you’ll strain to remember the lyrics of, and which band sung it.
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Today, the Greek island of Mykonos is one of Europe’s top beach destinations, while Delos, its tiny neighbor to the southwest, is an island of ruins.
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