GARAGE Magazine Issue 17
MAD Architects Founder Ma Yansong Wants to Live In Harmony
The Chinese architect's buildings may be futuristic, but they are inspired by nature.
Enhancing China’s Villages, One Building at a Time
Architectural acupuncture in a rural county.
Can We Ever Really #Cancel Dolce & Gabbana?
The brand’s scandal shows the power and limits of Diet Prada activism and #cancel culture.
A Full Timeline of the Crisis at Dolce & Gabbana
A play-by-play of the scandal rocking the Chinese market and the western press.
“I’m Here for the Bling”: Meet the Teens of Couture Week
Some attendees at fashion’s most exclusive week are barely old enough to drink or drive.
The Unkindness of Chic: Guo Pei's Passion and Persistence
The Chinese couturier who dressed Rihanna for the Met Ball is now the subject of a documentary premiering at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.
Paige Katherine Bradley
Alessandro Michele and Maurizio Cattelan to Mount Gucci Exhibition in China
The artist and the Gucci maestro are teaming up for a wild but vague Gucci art show in China.
A Chinese Artist Is Inviting Viewers to Retrace Famous Protest Marches
XU ZHEN® celebrates freedom of expression—and compares Trump to the flu.
The Guggenheim Takes Visitors on a Rollercoaster Ride through Chinese Art
Running into controversy from the get-go, a new exhibition at the Guggenheim in New York gives shape to the past thirty years of Chinese contemporary art, revealing a scene that swings between creative repression and global success.
What Does the Future Hold for Chinese Art?
A new exhibition in London takes a cult sci-fi novel as the jumping-off point for an exploration of possible futures—not all of them dystopian—for contemporary art in China.