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Shared Vision

The imaginative color and poetic firebrand of Milton Avery is revealed in a touring landmark exhibition

A Modern Man

The imaginative color and poetic firebrand of Milton Avery is revealed in a touring landmark exhibition

Woman of Substance

Sir John Soane amassed more than 30,000 architectural drawings. When he ran out of wall and surface space, he put works in drawers and cabinets—some of which have now been opened.

The Art of Collecting

Sir John Soane amassed more than 30,000 architectural drawings. When he ran out of wall and surface space, he put works in drawers and cabinets—some of which have now been opened.

A Building Model

Architect Norma Merrick Sklarek was designing office buildings and embassies, city halls and museums, when few, if any, African American women were part of the profession. What she built still stands.

Fieldwork

In upstate New York, undulating meadows and former farmland now yield bountiful harvests of monumental sculptures. The crops of works change with the seasons.

In Shape

Italian artist Mirco Marchelli looks closely at the world, translating memories, colors, even sounds to his canvases

In Ruins

Using natural light, photographer Nicola Bertellotti captures the natural state of buildings that are forgotten and left to decay. He gives them new life through his work.

The Power of a Fresh Color Palette

THE POWER OF A FRESH COLOR PALETTE With the launch of the new Spring 2021 Color Collection from L’Atelier Paris, the joyful tones of springtime can be experienced [...]

Early Inspirations

EARLY INSPIRATIONS It was on a school outing to Paris in the days of my youth that I made my first visit to Versailles, and there I [...]

A Work in Progress

A WORK IN PROGRESS At 87, Sam Gilliam is enjoying a career high. In 2018 the artist unveiled a major commission for the National Museum of African [...]

Bejeweled

BEJEWELED Be dazzled by these new items of jewelry—designed and made by some of the leading jewelers of our time. Broaches, pendants, rings, earrings, and bracelets have the [...]

By Hand

BY HAND When Lulu Lytle, founder of Soane Britain, took off on a road trip throughout England, she was in search of something she knew was in [...]

The Belle of the Fall: Rebecca Gardner

THE BELLE OF THE FALL: REBECCA GARDNER Rebecca Gardner, who has been a MILIEU Contributing Editor since our inception, has always been known for her ability to envision—the parties [...]

Setting The Scene

SETTING THE SCENE For centuries, scenic wallpapers have been telling stories in homes. When cherished objects and furnishings are positioned with the designs, interiors take on a [...]

Hearing Voices

HEARING VOICES As a librettist, I thought the idea of setting an opera in the Rothko Chapel seemed preposterous. The much hallowed place in Houston, considered by [...]

Rhapsody in Ink

RHAPSODY IN INK Still a vital force at the age of 90, Jasper Johns has produced a body of work that continues to confound critics and historians, while [...]

Masterworks

MASTERWORKS Taking inspiration from the Delft blue of sixteenth-century ceramic tiles that adorn churches and palaces all over Portugal, MILIEU created hand-painted backdrops and floors to display a [...]

Painting a New Picture

PAINTING A NEW PICTURE Colonialism is complicated. History shows that occupiers and subjects often engaged in a mutual, and uneasy, resentment and admiration. Rarely did it end [...]

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