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Articles from Surface (December 1, 2019)

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Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg: Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg looks at our fraught relationship with nature through experiential artworks that explore our impulse to better the world. Waddoups, Ryan 967
Architecture Memes: An Instagram meme account has achieved the unthinkable: it has made architecture funny. Now tag your fave Brutalist in the comments. Friedlich, Max Wolf 659
Aric Chen: Aric Chen, the inaugural curatorial director of Design Miami/, name checks the five people, places, and things he loves right now. Waddoups, Ryan 531
B: The New York artist B. Wurtz gives the humble aluminum staple of corner delis the luster of stained glass windows. Storey, Nate 300
Benjamin Shine: Cosseting ballerinas and society swans, tulle has long been admired for its ineffable delicacy. Now, the British artist Benjamin Shine pushes the fabric to its extremes. Dorris, Jesse 426
Breaking Bread: New York art advisor and collector Eleanor Cayre curates the boldest family dinners in town. Bollen, Christopher 1391
Deborah Berke: The accomplished architect and Yale School of Architecture dean opens up about how she gets the job done--roadblocks and all. Hong, Catherine 1177
Devon Turnbull: Turnbull's handcrafted speakers are commanding, retro, low-tech--and the most premium audio experience around. Storey, Nate 987
Editor's Letter. Solway, Diane Editorial 397
Erin Christovale: The Hammer Museum curator creates inclusive new communities around gender, race, and class. Pieterson, Mark 471
Figs: Don't want no scrubs? Direct-to-consumer brand FIGS is giving the health care industry a dose of millennial cool. Cheshes, Jay 967
Hotel Antumalal: The Chilean lakeside hotel has endured for more than 70 years by adhering to a tried-and-true philosophy: change without changing. Betsky, Aaron 1005
Job Smeets: The Dutch provocateur wears his irreverence on his sleeves. Nelson, Karin 332
Johann Konig: A flair for the unorthodox fueled his rise in Berlin. Now the risk-taking gallerist takes on Tokyo. Williams, Gisela 1079
Jorge Pardo in Merida: The prolific artist and weekend fisherman enjoys the low-key pleasures of his adopted Mexican hometown. Storey, Nate 859
Jos Devriendt: Best known for his playful ceramic lamps that resemble mushrooms, Belgian artist-designer Jos Devriendt has crafted a distinct sculptural language rooted in time and perspective. Here, he dishes on his painting background, how the tides influence his work, and the beauty in danger. Waddoups, Ryan Interview 707
Kahlil Joseph: With his riveting short films and installations, Kahlil Joseph is reimagining representations of black life--and emerging as one of the most original voices of his generation. Solway, Diane 4035
Lost in the Stacks: Li Xiang, founder of Chinese firm X+Living. dreams up illusory bookstores that forge enchanting worlds of words. Dreyer, Jacob 180
Maison Tamboite: At its exacting atelier and showroom, a Parisian bicycle company carries on the legacy of French craftsmanship. Cavanagh, Alice 520
Makoto Azuma: The Tokyo-based floral artist pushes the boundaries of art, fashion, and nature with his experimental creations that show up in otherworldly settings. Kawecki, Joanna 584
Mark Foster Gage: Blade Runner meets The Wizard of Oz in the work of Mark Foster Gage, the most prolific architect of buildings that don't exist. Betsky, Aaron 886
Net Jets: The team at NetJets welcomes a new addition to its fleet just in time to convey you to your latest cultural fix. 794
Richard Mille: A collection of poppy wristwatches is equal parts delightful and divisive. Gomelsky, Victoria 513
Rubell Museum: The new Rubell Museum in Miami proves that it's possible to go big and stay home. Van Straaten, Laura 901
Stone Wines: A cult Napa Valley winery designs a sultry bottle worthy of its award-winning cabernets. 154
Suzanne Demisch: The cofounder of French design gallery Demisch Danant invites artist and longtime friend Sheila Hicks to help peel back the layers of her home in New York City. Hicks, Sheila Interview 1310
Takt Project: Threading the line between human and nature, the Japanese studio's lighting fixtures melt and grow like icicles. Kawecki, Joanna 339
The Party Line: With his radically modern pastel works, audacious sense of color and flair for the uncanny, Swiss artist Nicolas Party has grabbed the attention of the art world. Hong, Catherine 1558
Zenith Watches: Zenith creates a 21st-century interpretation of the skeleton watch. Watson, Stephen 268
Zhang Zhoujie: Computers take the lead in the Chinese designer's world. Dreyer, Jacob 642
Zizipho Poswa: The South African ceramicist's tribal sculptures catch the eye of collectors. O'Toole, Sean 466

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