FotoFest Biennial, the first photography-focused art festival, returns to Houston on March 10
FotoFest Biennial, the first and longest-running photographic arts festival in the country, returns on March 10 with a South Asian theme, showcasing 47 artists from India and the Indian global diaspora. The six-week festival’s central exhibition, “INDIA: Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art,” will be housed in three ... More
This imaginative production will blur the line of reality with its dazzling cinematic elements
Contemporary English opera Sunken Garden will make its stateside debut on March 9 at the Dallas Opera. Spearheaded by the house’s recently departed CEO Keith Cerny, the production will blend live performance and dazzling 3-D cinematic elements. “[It will] stretch boundaries like no one else,” Cerny says. ... More
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The Winter X Games, presented by ESPN, are returning to Aspen, Colorado’s Buttermilk Mountain from January 25-28. Combining the excitement of action sports with talented musicians, the X Games are a four-day festival experience like no other.
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Guests toasted DuJour cover star Sofia Richie at The Confidante Miami Beach
Last night at The Confidante Miami Beach, DuJour and WellNEST, a new members-only platform that integrates smart technology for personalized health guidance, brought together art lovers, influencers, and tastemakers to toast DuJour cover star Sofia Richie and kick off Art Basel in style.
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Peek inside our social calendar before this annual bacchanal kicks off next week
What better way to kick off the holiday season than heading to Art Basel Miami Beach, where the weather is warm and the parties are lit. Next week, the sprawling fair will take over South Beach, attracting not only world’s top gallerists and collectors, but also crowds of globetrotters ... More
Returning for its 16th year, Art Basel Miami Beach continues its successful reign as the premier art celebration in the country
At the first hints of Hurricane Irma back in early September, Miami’s Faena Hotel braced for impact by encasing its most prized attraction—the $15 million, gold-plated woolly mammoth skeleton by Damien Hirst that greets guests on the hotel steps—in a weatherproof glass case. The gilded woolly survived the storm’s relatively ... More