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Articles from Surface (September 22, 2019)

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A career retrospective of Nam June Paik--the father of video art--at London's Tate Modern arrives right on time. Nguyen, Duy 568
A clutch of locations across the country in post-industrial neighborhoods have been transformed into self-sufficient mixed creative and commercial hubs, offering a vision of one potential post-mall future. 1191
A fashion star is born by remaining purposefully under the radar. Watson, Stephen 740
A new crop of cannabis retailers are offering complete lifestyles in beautiful, multipurpose spaces. Baltas, Ioli 462
A special edition from Grand Seiko celebrates not only the brand's heritage, but a fascinating understanding of time itself. 231
A survey of the latest and most essential from members of The List, Surface's curated directory of the best firms and brands in art, design, fashion, travel, and living. Directory 1883
After six generations, Antoni Gaudi's signature work is heading towards completion--but the laying of the final stone will be as much a cause for celebration as will be a kind of death. D'Aprile, Marianela 523
Architecture and Activism: The third Chicago Architecture Biennial expands its scope to engage every fiber of the urban fabric. Artistic director Yesomi Umolu shares her enveloping perspective. Mitchell, Heidi 1601
Artistic License: Singapore says its ready to embrace creativity. Can it shed its reputation as Southeast Asia's antiseptic financial center and draw outside the lines? Rosenfeld, Cynthia 2290
Brains and Beauty: Google's VP, Hardware Design Ivy Ross has embarked on a lifelong journey to ascertain how art and design impact our physiology. Waddoups, Ryan 2009
Breaking barriers for over five decades, a rock-n-roll pioneer conquers the art world. Guy, Miss 846
Brendan Ravenhill's lighting and furniture studio, which inhabits an airy post-industrial warehouse in Glassell Park, Los Angeles, upholds an adventurous, work-in-progress mentality. Waddoups, Ryan 913
Call it the River North Arts District, downtown, or whatever you wish, Denver's RiNo neighborhood promises pleasures in the Mile-High. O'Shea-Evans, Kathryn 497
Clodagh Designer, New York: AS TOLD TO SAMANTHA BROOKS. 718
Connective Space: The spirit of Middle Age guilds has informed a budding design collective in Brussels. Can it be a model for the preservation of old-world craft? Williams, Gisela 1960
Fabrizio Buonamassa employs an ancient Roman coin into a modern day timepiece. Jung, James 613
For Pierre Yovanovitch, home is more than a place to hang your hat--it's an art piece. 677
Francisco Costa sniffs through the Brazilian coastline for inspiration for his new beauty brand. 609
HALL OF FAME. 426
How can art and design break boundaries? During the landmark Nature--Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, on view through Jan. 20, 2020, seven participating artists and designers reflect on this question as it pertains to their own practice. Waddoups, Ryan 434
If a five-star hotel on the Jersey Shore doesn't seem real, it's because it's meant to be a fantasy. Storey, Nate 891
In its first dozen years, the fashion label COS has become just as well known for supporting art and design as it is for minimalist off-the-rack wares. Bell, Gabriel 382
Introducing The Year's Best In Travel And Design. 4144
Issey Miyake's new Homme Plisse flagship features their signature pleating machine in store. Blasdel, Becca 387
Jose Esparza Chong Cuy traffics in a new kind of architectural curation--one where humanity isn't second to materiality. Bell, Gabriel 413
Long a muse for prominent artists and designers, the Red City is gaining steam as a cultural force. Williams, Gisela 2395
Mumbai's doyenne of restaurant design brings flair to the city's culinary circuit. Khan, Sarah 477
One of creative icon Karl Lagerfeld's most impressive contributions to design makes its stateside debut in New York this fall. Brooks, Samantha 462
Outtakes. Vespa, Jeff 170
Seven design firms imagine a more playful, inviting, and humane U.S./Mexico border. Bell, Gabriel 829
Social. Waodoups, Ryan 329
State of Clay: Six Los Angeles artists add new energy to California's celebrated ceramics tradition. 483
Sublime Aesthetics: Embracing the tenets of spirituality and mysticism, Nigerian-born, Switzerland-based designer Ini Archibong is bringing beauty back into the design lexicon. Arango, Jorge S. Cover story 1957
SurfaceMag.com. 154
teamLab, the collective behind the world's first digital art museum, brings its mind-bending visuals to Melbourne, Australia. Kantor, Chloe 397
The Great Expanse: David Lynch's universe knows no bounds. Obrist, Hans Ulrich Cover story 2236
The power couple behind the Danish brand HAY is keeping up design's long tradition of successful partnerships that cross the boundary between professional and personal. Bell, Gabriel 773
Tippet Rise Art Center unveils a secluded wooden pavilion, designed by Burkinabe architect Francis Kere, where Mother Earth's untouched majesty reigns supreme. Waddoups, Ryan 472
To make their boldest statements, boutique sports car makers are harnessing electricity. Schultz, Jonathan 758
With her first show at Paris Couture Week, Virginie Viard is carrying on the maison's legacy. Samaha, Barry 858

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