Come May 7, architects and Modern design enthusiasts alike will be flocking to the iconic Gerald Luss house in upstate New York for a unique exhibition of contemporary design.
A Guide to What Defines Mid-Century Modern Art
Searching for art styles fitting within the “Mid-Century” mold usually means seeking out styles from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. The early 1970s may also be considered within the mid-century […]
Treason Gallery’s Journey Through Art in Seattle Modern Home
360modern manager Rick Ward is also the founder of building company Next Century Modern which specializes in building site-specific homes custom designed to grant the beauty of the modern aesthetic […]
An Urban Renewal Project in Austin Merges Art and Architects
Guest Blog: Modern Architecture and Design Society (MA+DS) Art has been intrinsic to the modernist experience since it’s inception. In fact, even though modernism itself could be (incompletely) described as a […]
George Nakashima – A Sacred Treasure
Have you heard of George Nakashima? Everyone is talking about Eames, an iconic couple known for their modernistic designs. But, they had a contemporary designer whose furniture may be just […]
Artist Spotlight: Claudia Meyer-Newman | Magnolia Village Studio
For as long as she can remember, Claudia Meyer-Newman has made art. Her use of shapes, forms and landscapes from the natural world beautifully illustrate the light, form and nature from which she draws her inspiration.