Glaser gave the confused energies of post-war America a visual outlet.
Students pitch their ideas to Kinder representatives, who come to Israel from Italy for the competition. A similar process is done with Lego.
The architecture firm behind the cemetery, Waugh Thistleton, was noted for its use of natural materials.
96-year-old Judith Leiber tells of surviving World War II in Hungary and becoming a design icon in America.
If you’ve seen “Catch Me If You Can,” “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,” “Mad Men,” or just about any film or television show with a title sequence, then you’ve seen Bass’s influence.
Designer Peter Mendulsund has designed book covers for Franz Kafka, Fyodor Dostoevsky and Simone de Beauvoir, among others. A recent interview gives insight into his work.
Organizers have announced a design competition for a memorial in Warsaw to Poles who saved Jews during World War II.
An exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum seeks to show the relationship between Jews and modernism. It’s a visual delight, but Jenna Weissman Joselit remains unconvinced.
Daniel Libeskind. Louis Kahn. Frank Gehry. Their buildings are familiar, but what isn’t as well known is how Jewish mystical concepts might have influenced them.
Guess what? John Galliano feels bad. In an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair Galliano publicly apologized for the anti-Semitic remarks that got him fired from Dior in 2011.