I think about storage a lot. A LOT. Unfortunately, a closet isn’t a prerequisite for making a room a bedroom, so finding room for all your stuff requires some creativity. (Full disclosure: I have a closet and an at-capacity clothing rack in my apartment.) This DIY Ladder Wardrobe idea is smart and definitely has an old-apartment vibe. Plus, the tutorial makes for one sturdy piece!
A big part of the art world is art history, and nowhere is that clearer than in the recent spate of exhibition revivals. Last year, the Prada Foundation reenacted the 1969 show When Attitudes Become Form, and this summer, three such re-creations have turned up in New York. At the Jewish Museum, Other Primary Structures revisited the institution’s 1966 exhibition that introduced America to Minimalism. At Paul Kasmin Gallery, Bloodflames Revisited returns to its namesake 1946 show at Hugo Gallery, which challenged the spatial constructs of the gallery’s walls, floor, and ceiling. And at Hauser & Wirth, The Photographic Object, 1970 recently reenacted the Museum of Modern Art’s landmark survey of photographers using sculpture in their practice.