Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

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Self design

"The Process Show" is neither a recreation of Pope.L's studio, nor an explanation of his practice; rather, its aim is to be a portrait of the artist's headspace.
William Pope.L is very present at 37-A
By ANNIE LARMON  |  March 12, 2010

Lighting history

On January 1, 1903, Isabella Stewart Gardner invited 300 guests to a private concert by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the opening of her new museum on the Fenway. After performances of Bach, Mozart, and Schumann, the mirrored door
The Gardner Museum takes a chance on the new
By GREG COOK  |  February 05, 2010

Marion Maerz | Burt Bacharach Songbook

Marion was a minor German pop star in the 1960s, one of a crowd of yé-yé girls who sprang up all over Europe as the ingénue counterparts to macho belters.
Bureau B (2009)
By GUSTAVO TURNER  |  March 10, 2009

Big pictures

Watchmen is that too rare work of popular entertainment, one that succeeds on many levels and that rewards your attention to every level it employs.
From the Phoenix archives: All things are Watchmen
By M. HOWELL  |  March 04, 2009

Hearts of glass

In the photo it is night, and two women in cocktail dresses sit — perhaps chatting while jazz plays in the background — in a spare modern living room.
California cool at the Addison Gallery
By GREG COOK  |  March 19, 2008

Built to move

The Institute of Contemporary Art, clearly in a nomadic frame of mind as it gears up for its own move to a new building on the Boston waterfront next fall, looks at the surprisingly long history of adaptability in domestic design.
Flexible dwelling at the ICA, James Surls at the DeCordova
By RANDI HOPKINS  |  January 19, 2006


Our town

After living through decades of Big Dig construction and disruption, the average Bostonian has developed a keener design knowledge and sensitivity.
‘Architects on Film’ at the MFA
By MARK FAVERMAN  |  January 19, 2006