"Art is not a treasure in the past or an importation from another land, but part of the present life of all living and creating peoples."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
from T: The New York Times Style Magazine
Artists on Artists | Will Cotton on the Elegant Iraq War Watercolors of Steve Mumford
T Magazine Blog, Oct. 29, 2013
Though their subjects couldn't be more different — Cotton paints candy-colored dreamscapes, Mumford, war zones — the two men have long had a close kinship.
Artists on Artists | William Kentridge on the Subtle Drama of the Indian Minimalist Nasreen Mohamedi
T Magazine Blog, Oct. 11, 2013
The influential South African artist reflects on the late abstractionist, whose work he discovered for the first time during a trip to India earlier this year.
One Man's Trash, Another Man's Treasure
Travel, Oct. 6, 2013
The unlikely trajectory of the Modernist furniture designed for Le Corbusier's utopian Indian city of Chandigarh.
Artists on Artists | Chris Johanson on the Apocalyptic Machines of Kal Spelletich
T Magazine Blog, Aug. 16, 2013
The Southern California skateboarder-turned-street artist praises the kinetic sculptures of his fellow West Coast innovator.
Tim Hawkinson | Out On a Limb
Nov. 4, 2012
The artist Tim Hawkinson builds his daughter's dream house
T: Men's Fashion, September 6, 2012
This issue's artist-created "T" comes from the 81-year-old conceptual artist John Baldessari, who took inspiration from his days as a grade-school art teacher.
Litterati | Artists Define Recycling
Women's Fashion, August 17, 2008
The Museum of Art and Design reopens in its new home at Two Columbus Circle.
Are Clothes Modern?
Women's Fashion, February 24, 2008
Lessons from the designer Bernard Rudofsky
Design and Living, December 2, 2007
Alexander Calder Delighted Friends and Family with Wearable Art. Carol Kino Goes Mobile.
Stories have also appeared in Conde Nast Portfolio, W, Vogue, Artforum.com, Domino, New York, Time Out/New York, and a slew of art magazines, including Beaux Arts, Modern Painters and Artnews.
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