Karen Bruckner

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Coming up: See the unapologetically punk prints of Raymond Pettibon; reset your mind in Oscar Oiwa's immersive dreamscape; learn how African Americans shaped leisure culture in the…

5 design things to do: Jan 16 - 22

Coming up: See the unapologetically punk prints of Raymond Pettibon; reset your mind in Oscar Oiwa's immersive dreamscape; learn how African Americans shaped leisure culture in the…

This week: see tiptop modern and contemporary design at Nilufar's SQUAT Los Angeles; hear how Southland cities plan to build lots of new housing; attend the opening of Anish Kapoor's…

5 design things to do: Jan 9 - 15

This week: see tiptop modern and contemporary design at Nilufar's SQUAT Los Angeles; hear how Southland cities plan to build lots of new housing; attend the opening of Anish Kapoor's…

Coming up: Check out the holiday lights all over town; follow the creation of a stackable, modular sleeping pod; look at how Stanley Kubrick told stories with photographs before he…

5 design things to do: Dec 19-25

Coming up: Check out the holiday lights all over town; follow the creation of a stackable, modular sleeping pod; look at how Stanley Kubrick told stories with photographs before he…

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