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Life Is Cheap

On display at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Anicka Yi’s installations ask incisive questions about human psychology and the workings of society.




Snøhetta’s Times Square

Doubling the amount of public space, Times Square’s renovation project by Snøhetta is officially open with a permanent pedestrian plaza that helps users to feel at ease.



Tanizaki Sake Set

Inspired by Japanese novelist Jun'ichirō Tanizaki and his juxtaposition of Western culture and Eastern traditions, Marc Thorpe designed a single serving sake set.




An Urban Data Stream

Joseph Heathcott focuses on facades around the world, as sentinels witnessing the drama of metropolitan life, recording architectural, social, and commercial happenings.


Photo-essays / Joseph Heathcott


Synthetic Desert

Radical reduction of optical and acoustical sensations define the first-ever realized installations by Dough Wheeler at the Guggenheim, conceived during the late 1960 and ’70s.



Looping trivet

Manhattan-based studio Visibility designed a special trivet for OTHR, made of black 3D printed porcelain and inspired by the looping shapes of the freeway systems.