A look into Robert Motherwell's home which intertwines into a masterpiece studio. Occupying a country estate as akin to the Cotswolds as to Connecticut. Picture Courtesy: Vintage issue of Architectural Digest, January Issue, 1989. Extended article can be found on: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/decor/2010-05/motherwell_article
Expert Eye: MoMA Curator Sarah Suzuki on How Dieter Roth Invented the Artist's Book on Artspace.com. We spoke to the curator behind the landmark exhibition "Wait, Later This Will Be Nothing" about how the German artist defined the medium—and destroyed it in the process.