Eric Fischl and his painting Sign of the Times. Image courtesy of Maryam Eisler Internationally acclaimed American painter, Eric Fischl is not only creating some of the most iconic and…

Geranium Head Chef, Co-owner, Rasmus Kofoed. Photo Credit Claes Bech-Poulsen Rasmus Kofoed, star chef of three Michelin-starred Geranium in Copenhagen, is influencing an entire generation of young…

International gallerist Pearl Lam Art-world doyenne and owner of Pearl Lam Galleries on the foodie culture of her hometown of Hong Kong, why NFTs are hot and how there’s always more room for…

Köken Ergun and Tashi Lama, Nepali Power, 2022 LUX sends Contributing Editor, Samantha Welsh, to report on the opening ceremony of Garden of Ten Seasons at Savvy Contemporary in Berlin At the 59th…

María Berrío, 'Anemochory', 2019 New York City is a buzzing city known for its love and support of art and culture. The city is now making up for lost time since the pandemic and celebrating life…

Black-Figure Chalcidising Eye-Cup, Greek, Attic, circa 520 BC Pottery Diameter: 29.2 cm As the second edition of Eye of the Collector opens its doors tomorrow at London's Two Temple Place, the…

Málaga might not be the first place that springs to mind as a luxury destination, but the recent opening of sophisticated boutique hotel Palacio Solecio alongside the first international outpost…

Iran Issa-Khan Born in Tehran, Iran Issa-Khan moved to New York in the 1970’s, and became one of the world’s most celebrated fashion photographers and a favourite of celebrities and political…

Celebration for the 400th anniversary and Shakespeare Live, 2016. Photo by Lucy Barriball The mass closure of theatres in recent years has signified the loss of a vital creative touchpoint for…

Nayla Al Khaja Nayla Al Khaja is the first female filmmaker in the United Arab Emirates and a pioneer of Middle Eastern film on the global stage. Here, she speaks to LUX Contributing Editor,…

The OWO by Raffles, Whitehall, London Jeff Tisdall The Old War Office was the centre of operations for the UK war effort. Three quarters of a century later, The OWO has once again become a…

One of La Cura's intimate supper clubs hosted by Olivia Muniak in Los Angeles In her first column for LUX, Los Angeles-based chef and entrepreneur Olivia Muniak traces the historical and modern…

Durjoy Rahman with Kiefer's Cell (Diptych) (1999) by Atul Dodiya. Courtesy of Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation Bangladeshi entrepreneur and art collector Durjoy Rahman is on a mission to make the world…

Suite "Antonia" features the building's original high-vaulted stone ceilings Occupying a restored masseria - farmhouse - on a quiet street in the historic town of Lecce, Puglia, La Fiermontina…

Andermatt in summer As well as making it a world-class ski resort, the development of the Swiss village of Andermatt has from the very start aimed to attract people who want to live there…

Iranian artist Arghavan Khosravi In our ongoing online series, renowned art consultant Maria-Theresia Mathisen profiles rising contemporary artists to watch in 2021. Here, she speaks to New…

Philanthropist and businessman Etienne d'Arenberg Etienne d’Arenberg hails from one of Europe’s oldest families and is treasurer of the Arenberg Foundation, whose mission is the promotion of…

Lamberto Frescobaldi is the president of Marchesi de' Frescobaldi Lamberto Frescobaldi is the 30th generation (yes, you read that right) head of Florence’s Frescobaldi dynasty which has done…

Tamara de Łempicka, Young Lady with Gloves (1930) As part on an ongoing monthly column for LUX, artnet’s Vice President Sophie Neuendorf outlines a brief history of women artists, and discusses…

Jonathan Riss has designed a collection of bags exclusively for One&Only Belgium-born designer Jonathan Riss is the founder of JAH AHR, a luxury brand which transforms authenticated vintage…

Conrad Shawcross’s sculpture Bicameral at the pedestrian entrance to Chelsea Barracks. Chelsea Barracks has already established itself as one of the most desirable places to live in London. Its…

One of the participating artist's in the process of sculpting marble at the inaugural edition of Jeddah’s Red Sea Sculpture Symposium Saudi Arabia is working hard to rediscover its cultural…

The Gaggenau stand at the EuroCucina 2018 exhibition Stephen Bayley Of all rooms in the house, kitchens demand the best design for function as well as looks. Cultural critic Stephen Bayley…

The K11 MUSEA features a roof garden where clients can grow their own herbs and vegetables Adrian Cheng has high hopes for the new K11 MUSEA in Hong Kong: to change the way retail, art and culture…

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Image by Niclas Dehmel This month, our columnist and Abercrombie & Kent's founder Geoffrey Kent focuses in on Spain's diverse offering of cultural itineraries As…

'Moon Walk' (1969), by Liu Kuo-sung Navigating the deep waters of the Asian art scene could be treacherous, without a guide such as Calvin Hui. Jason Chung Tang Yen talks to the Hong Kong and…

The Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT 3D No detail is small enough to escape Ferrari designer Flavio Manzoni’s razor-sharp focus. Rachael Taylor discovers how his expertise in supercar design…

'Vesuvius in Eruption' (1817–20) by JMW Turner The Watercolour World is an ambitious online project to digitise the world’s watercolours and rescue this all-too-often overlooked but…

Artist Amani Althuwaini pictured with her work Present Tense. Image by James Houston The Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre brings Kuwaiti contemporary art to Venice with a mixed-media group…

The exterior of Deutsche Bank’s PalaisPopulaire, the new Berlin home for its art collection. Opposite: Lohe (1994) by NeoRauch, included in the exhibition ‘The World on Paper’ Spearheaded by…

David Hockney byAndy Warhol, ca. 1972, Polaroid © 2018 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Licensed by DACS, London. Courtesy BASTIAN, London Established in 1989 by Celine and…

Moynat's Artistic Director, Ramesh Nair Ramesh Nair worked under Martin Margiela and Jean Paul Gaultier at Hermès until luxury titan Bernard Arnault came calling in 2011,with his personal brand…

In Kenya at Sanctuary Olonana, Abercrombie & Kent guests have the opportunity to go on walking safaris and take survival lessons led by Maasai warriors. Image supplied by Abercrombie &…

A prominent member of the charitable Pearly Kings and Queens Society, Doreen Golding as featured in 'Voices East London' by Maryam Eisler Maryam Eisler is a busy woman; co-chair of the Tate’s…

Cliveden House has played host to some of the most famous names in literature This weekend, Cliveden house hotel just outside London will reverberate to the musings and debates generated by the…

Jawdance is a powerful blend of poetry and protest at a venue in east London. Image courtesy of Apples and Snakes LUX’s Contributing Poet Rhiannon Williams discovers street poetry and protest is…

Grayson Perry, Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London. Photograph: Robert Glowacki. British artist Grayson Perry refers to himself as a "communicator", one who is aiming to "communicate…

The colourful buildings of Nyhavn A young writer’s view on why Copenhagen makes such an impression; and her pick of six hip young Danes, talking about why their capital is the best city in the…

In a few months, Fort Canning in the heart of Singapore will be transformed into the first Asian outpost of the Pinacothèque de Paris. But the heritage site has been a cultural hotspot before,…

Marc Chagall, Dos à dos, 1984 Marc Chagall’s star still shines bright today: the Russian-French Modernist is coveted by collectors and connoisseurs alike. Our columnist explains why JEAN-DAVID…

It’s the combination of history, hospitality and a superb location in the heart of South Kensington that makes Cranley Hotel the ideal home away from home in London. Explore the neighbourhood with…