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More from This Issue
American Skillet Co.
Alisa Toninato’s all-American skillets.
Bringing Vision to Life
New books, including Making Good: An Inspirational Guide to Being an Artist Craftsman.
Change and Continuity
Claire Kahn’s Santa Fe oasis offers room to live, work, and contemplate in sublime surroundings.
Anna Metcalfe uses clay to bring people together.
In the Clouds, Down to Earth
Maria Molteni’s crocheted nets for naked basketball hoops.
Ode to the Corner Store
Sculptor Drew Leshko memorializes the casualties of gentrification – from ornate buildings to humble dumpsters – in his Philadelphia neighborhood.
Adrien Segal translates scientific data into evocative sculptures that tell a story.
Practical Magic: Portland, Maine
Makers in this down-to-earth New England city mix common sense with playfulness.
Shows to See: June/July 2017
Summer shows celebrating glass and community.
Janet Echelman’s 1.26 Montreal.
Slices of the World
Layered and intricate, Lorraine Bubar’s papercuts might remind you of Japanese woodblock prints or Indian miniature painting.
It’s a big world out there, but who says you need binoculars?
The Subterranean Scene
In New York City, you don’t have to visit a museum to see contemporary art – just take the subway.
What’s Your Favorite Work of Public Art?
Readers’ favorite works of public art.