America’s households have never had their doors open wider than at House & Home, an exhibition opening April 29 at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. The show aims to narrate the history of the American home, and promises a direct and engaging layout spanning seven galleries. One room will be piled high with household goods, another lined with touchable building materials, and yet another will display scale models of iconic homes. Some elements shall be arranged chronologically, demonstrating to viewers the many changes, and occasional continuities, seen in our homes over time. The show runs through May 1, 2017.
From a helicopter above Manhattan, Alex MacLean photographs stunning and surprising rooftops. By Rachel Small.
You may not be able to carry these items on board an airplane, but the MCA Denver is showcasing them as art in a new exhibition called "Guarded." By Rachel Small.
At the Independent Fashion Bloggers conference on the eve of New York Fashion Week, fashion bloggers paused to learn from each other.