The world-famous and visionary architect talks about his love of the interplay of the arts.
West explains his mission to tell the compelling story of the American West and the people who created its history and shape the present and future.
The L.A.-based couple explain how “The Kinsey Collection” explores the intersection of art and history.
Is it a comment on the nature of consumerism? On America’s batter-centric food culture? On the fleeting nature of technology, which seems to have about the same lifespan as a batch of McDonald’s French fries?
The iconic architect tells stories of his childhood and youth, which include failing an art class in college, and explains his use of art and music in architecture.
In part two of his conversation with Tavis, the world renowned architect discusses his earliest influences, the U.S. urban planning problem and the upcoming Dwight Eisenhower tower.
Kelley took the homestead on a tour of downtown Detroit, where it has now found a permanent home adjacent to the Detroit Museum of Modern Art.
Another star-studded week of lively discussion and insightful comments goes in the books. Check out the gallery (for a few behind-the-scenes shots!) and some notable quotables and share your thoughts.
It appears to be a statement on innovation, expression and the progress of visual art, but it’s also a great demonstration of the capabilities of new technology, and just how much that phone in your pocket can do.
Whether you’re a fan of the three rapping Jews from New York or not, the cultural impact of Yauch and his bandmates, Adam Horovitz and Michael Diamond, cannot be denied.