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James Turrell prepares to delve into the realm of light and space. His most recent exhibition, Roden Crater and Autonomous Structures at the Pace Gallery in New York, looks at the artist’s transformation of the Roden Crater from extinct volcano to a skylight, sonar and celestial observatory. Taking light and space to a whole other level.


Ever wondered what it would be like to step inside designer Thom Browne’s Greenwich Village home? Well, the lovely people over at Architectural Digest have you covered and its all you imagined and more. 800 square feet of stylish sophistication from the 60s and 70s, men, do take note. 


No Expectations: Donald Judd at David Zwirner in London
On view through August 3, Donald Judd’s art is characterised by a lifelong struggle to evade categorisation and is typically associated with the minimalist movement of the 1960s.
The David Zwirner Gallery, a white Georgian townhouse smack in the middle of Mayfair plays host to Judd’s raw, factory-constructed sculptures that are spread across two floors. We think this rare and historic opportunity to view Judd’s work outside of private collections is one not to be missed.


Nothing like a bit of color to get you in the mood on a Sunday. German installation artist Katharina Grosse captures a sense of childlike play through a combination of pigment and earth. Her exhibition, Katharina Grosse:Wunderblock runs through September 1, 2013 at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, TX. 


We are loving Italian-born artist Giosetta Fioroni’s stunning canvas paintings. Delicate, feminine and subtle Giosetta’s work is just the change of pace we need in a busy city.
If you’re in New York, make sure to head over to The Drawing Center in Soho from April 5 – June 7 to check out her work.