What if we lived in a world of and instead of but? That’s the world in which Adolfo Perez, architect, and Nathalie Ducrest, designer, created this Brookline,
How do you paint what’s going on inside your skull? Heidi Whitman comes from a long line of artists who make such invisible things visible. In fourteenth-century Florence, the
Carrie Gustafson’s luminous pieces provoke an irresistible urge to take them in hand, hold them to the light, and explore the tension between rough and smooth, earthy and ethereal.