Decamped on a Hawaiian farm, the artist creates illuminating, environmentally-tinged works of art
“I’ve always done what’s on my mind,” says David LaChapelle, recalling a vision that came to him two and a half years ago on his farm in eastern Maui. “An image popped into my head—I saw this glowing gas station in the jungle at night.” Though he didn’t know why ... More
The modeling mogul knows beauty—at work and at home. Take a closer look at her impressive collection
Many people have perks at their jobs, but perhaps only Faith Kates can say hers was Marilyn Monroe. Renowned photographer Bert Stern had fallen out of favor with the fashion industry when Kates, the founder and owner of top agency Next Model Management, booked him for a job. ... More
The actress finds inspiration in the art of the everyday. Her first book of photography, Find It in Everything, comes out this month
Years ago, when I dropped out of school, I was determined to surround myself with objects and ideas that were interesting and important. I pored over art books and made a point to visit museums and galleries. I began ... More
The L.A. artist, a perennial face of Postmodernism, is being discovered by a new generation of fans
Tucked behind a hair salon and a Pilates studio on L.A.'s Echo Park Avenue, the workplace of artist Peter Shire hides in anything-but-plain sight. His metal gates are painted chartreuse and topped by brushed stainless-steel angels and a mermaid whirligig; beyond them, a paint-splattered staircase leads to the studio, once ... More
Finally, a legendary collection of the artist’s work is back on the market—at a price
The art world is still recovering from the carnival of creativity and commerce that was Art Basel Miami Beach, but this week—amid the juice cleanses and massages that follow such a bacchanal—there’s activity worth getting excited about yet.
On December 15, art publisher Cahiers d’Art will release its limited edition, 33-volume ... More
The car maker reinvents the wheel with a new Jeff Koons-designed Art Car, presented at Art Basel Miami Beach
There are cars and then there are art cars. Since 1979, BMW has been celebrating artists with their Art Car collection, first introduced by the French race car driver Hervé Poulain, who wanted to invite an artist to create a canvas on an automobile. Poulain commissioned the first car in ... More
Zurich gallery Galerie Gmurzynska celebrates the collages of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect at Art Basel Miami Beach
Amongst the modern and contemporary masterpieces from Yves Klein and Pablo Picasso on view at Swiss Galerie Gmurzynska, the "Richard Meier: 50 Years of Collage" exhibit opened December 4th for a four-day run in Miami.
In addition to presenting selected collages and sculpture, the gallery commissioned Meier to design ... More
Benetton kicks off Basel with Trey Speegle and a paint-by-numbers affair at the brand's South Beach boutique
When it comes to throwing a Basel bash, United Colors of Benetton believes the early bird gets the worm.
On December 2, before the week’s flood of fairs even began, the brand hosted the interactive soiree With You at its South Beach store.
Stationed at an easel all evening, Trey Speegle drew ... More
As festival-goers descend on Art Basel Miami Beach this week, DuJour asks 9 notables their game plan for navigating the scene
From Tracey Emin's new show to the veal chop at Casa Tua, here's what the industry's top tastemakers headed to Miami are looking forward to most.
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Whitney Museum of American Art co-chair and Sidney Garber Jewelry owner
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This year's Cabinet De Curiosités, debuting in the U.S. for the first time, is a team of art's rebels. The curator talks breaking convention
On a beach in Mexico, Thomas Erber met a woman named Francesca. She was making perfumes and candles for Coqui Coqui perfumery, and he ended up buying several for himself. In Munich one Sunday afternoon, Erber passed by the shop of German shoe brand Half's. He loved the windows, but ... More