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  • Celebrating Poy Gum Lee
    The Museum of Chinese in America celebrates the work of architect Poy Gum Lee in a new exhibition that opens today. Chinese Style: Rediscovering the Architecture of Poy Gum Lee, 19231968 chronicles a career that spans time and space: 50 years in New York and China. More  ›
  • Dakota Tales
    Historian Andrew Alpern will be discussing his new book on one of New York’s most storied structures, The Dakota: A History of World’s Best-Known Apartment Building, on Tuesday, September 29, at the Skyscraper Museum. Alpern’s book offers never-before-seen details on the lavish living quarters through original floor plans and images of interiors. More  ›
  • Talking Gehry
    Vladimir Kagan and Amy Lau will be chatting at the New York School of Interior Design on Wednesday, September 30. Kagan’s award-winning furniture, which combines modern woodworking and functionality, is in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Vitra Design Museum, and Die Neue Sammlung in Germany. More  ›
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Artists at Home

Inside the lofts, townhouses, and upstate retreats of Will Cotton, Rashid Johnson, and Marilyn Minter. See More ›

The bathroom in Ugo Rondinone’s Harlem apartment.

Rachel Feinstein and John Currin’s Soho loft, with a painting by Currin.

Currin and Feinstein’s bedroom has a gold Baroque-style bed.

The Best Bet

The Polytope Ashtray

This smoking accoutrement from online store Tetra is cut from rose-citrine dichroic glass, which changes color in the light. More  ›

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