Frank Gehry

Design

Now, You Can Sleep in a Frank Gehry in Spanish Wine Country

Finally, our wildest Rioja-fueled design dreams are coming true.
Diana Shi
3.12.17
Film Festivals

A Magical Coral Orgy Took Over Miami's New World Center

Soundtracked by Animal Collective and guided by moonlight, ​Borscht Diez brought virtual reality, a psychedelic opera, and a coral sex party to the Frank Gehry-designed building.
Monica Uszerowicz
3.1.17
Art

Craving Surrealism? Salvador Dalí’s Cookbook Has Been Republished | Last Week in Art

Plus, check out the artist list for the 2017 Whitney Biennial.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.21.16
Art

Frank Gehry’s Swimming Koi Lamps are Reflective of His Artistic Arc

Gehry’s new-and-improved ‘Fish Lamps’ swim about the Gagosian Gallery in Rome.
Diana Shi
8.28.16
Film

[Premiere] Watch 'Artistry/Technology' a Documentary with MIA, Frank Gehry, Miranda July, and More

The world’s greatest artists and creatives explore the relationship between art and technology in the new documentary from Liberatum, which premieres today on The Creators Project.
Emerson Rosenthal
3.28.15
Art

Olafur Eliasson Harnesses the Sun with Giant Kinetic Mirrors

Olafur Eliasson's 'World Illuminator' sun tracker further explores the artist's fascination with natural phenomena.
Kevin Holmes
1.29.15
Paris

Make 'Contact' with Olafur Eliasson's Cosmic New Exhibition

Olafur Eliasson launches his first solo show in Paris since 2002 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton.
Becky Chung
12.15.14
Design

Peek Through Famous Architects' Windows In Federico Babina's Latest Illustrations

See Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind, And Charles & Ray Eames framed as illustrated silhouettes in Federico Babina's "Archiwindows."
Becky Chung
10.13.14
Design

The Upside Down Building In London Is Like A More Subtle Frank Gehry Design

Bringing groceries home must be a serious obstacle.
Zach Sokol
12.9.13
Design

The Fathers of Digital Architecture Are Reunited In a New Exhibition

Exploring the development of digital architecture, American architect Greg Lynn and the Canadian Center for Architecture bring a new perspective to the medium's history.
Benoit Palop
7.19.13