See what makes the City of Angels the perfect destination for the next Frieze Art Fair
“In Los Angeles, you can have it all – sunshine, space, and art too,” says rising LA gallerist Anat Ebgi, one of the few exhibitors chosen to participate in the inaugural edition of Frieze Los Angeles art fair. Open to invited guests only on February 14, and to the public ... More
This piece by René Lalique is part of Jewelry: The Body Transformed, an exhibit on view at The Met
Imagine descending a grand staircase in this glistening Art Nouveau collar, with its opals, amethysts, gold nudes, and plique-à-jour enamel ornaments. Two women presumably had the privilege. The first was the second wife of jewelry creator René Lalique (1860–1945). The other was Lillian Nassau, once dubbed the doyenne of New ... More
At 20, the Crow Museum of Asian Art has grown bigger and better
Formerly called the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the downtown gallery has completed an expansion and renovation that added a studio workshop, a cozy street-side terrace, improved visitor access, and a new space for its award-winning boutique of Asian goods.
The anniversary celebration welcomes Clouds and Chaos by ... More
NYC design firm STONEFOX inked a deal with the Aspen Art Museum to help visualize the institution’s future
The Aspen Art Museum has launched a new partnership with longtime collaborators Chris Stone and David Fox, founders of renowned New York–based architecture and design firm STONEFOX. The dynamic duo, who have been supporting the AAM for more than a decade by consulting on event design and ... More
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Palm Beach Power Players
Multitasking millennials Rob Gray and Teddy Vlock represent Wellington, Florida’s new guard who are reinventing the winter horse capital. Having met through show jumping, the Canadian and Connecticut transplants founded T&R Development for hip, peer-directed projects. “Properties weren’t designed for the needs of the ... More
The Dallas Museum of Art greets the new year with three exhibitions spotlighting female talent
Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow: Presents 50 paintings, watercolors, prints, and drawings by the overlooked but formidable sibling of modern master Georgia O’Keeffe. A highlight of the DMA-organized show—the first of its kind—is a series of six abstract lighthouse paintings. Through February 24.
Women + Design: New Works: ... More
David Castillo hits Art Basel Miami Beach’s main stage
“Harry makes all kinds of decisions,” says art dealer David Castillo about his miniature schnauzer and stylish sidekick that melts hearts wherever he goes. The two had just come from an Art in Public Places meeting, for which Harry donned a Goyard collar. Already fixtures on the ... More
The 46th edition was shot by Albert Watson and features Misty Copeland, Gigi Hadid, Julia Garner and more
The 2019 Pirelli Calendar was a dream that started in 2015 for acclaimed photographer Albert Watson.
It was then that I first sat next to Watson, while admiring the beautiful Venetian Lagoon in the garden of Venissa on the island of Mazzorbo, and talked about his dream of ... More
The hotel group took its newest initiative to Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach–and on a superyacht no less
On Friday, December 7 during Miami Art Week, VIPs including DJ Brendan Fallis, Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick, magician David Copperfield and Chef Thomas Keller descended on the 95-meter superyacht Kismet for Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts’ third “Pop Down” event. The idea behind the series is a play ... More
The reggaeton artist and Hublot celebrated their partnership in Miami during Art Basel
Miami is known to be a mecca for nightlife. During the days of its annual Art Basel fair, it’s even more so, with one underlying thread — art in and of itself. From the Design District to South Beach, the city is abuzz with excitement, exhibitions, and star-studded parties.
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