German stylist Armin Morbach has worked with some of the fashion industry’s most important designers and photographers (Demarchelier, Lagerfeld, Testino) on fashion shows and editorials, but in 2008 he… Read more “Armin Morbach: Position before Pose Exhibition in Berlin”
Happy Birthday to Oscar Wilde, my favorite writer! A gentleman known for his brilliant (and sarcastic) wisdom. #oscarwilde
I really hate I missed this. Curated by Fabien Baron, Interview magazine’s editorial director, a new exhibition was hosted by Monclear titled ‘Art for Love’ for the New York… Read more “Inside Moncler’s ‘Art for Love’ photo exhibition during #NYFW”
“How would it have been?”, by Argentinian photographer Romina Ressia, is a project inspired by the nostalgia for the past
The Nicola Trussardi Foundation has become famous for using the city of Milan as its own roving art-space.
The Broadway Sculpture Series by ‘Seward Johnson in New York‘ is an homage to American life and history. The public art installations are in the heart of… Read more “‘Seward Johnson in New York’: Sculpture homage to American Life”
Today is a lazy day. And if you are stuck in the house, I’m so sorry… Me, I’m out and about and currently playing tourist at the… Read more “Lazy Saturday in Milan: Tony Cragg Contemporary Sculptures at the Duomo”
After last season’s dreamy banquet of birds and flowering cherry branches, the Japanese techno-artists return to Maison&Objet Paris Villepinte with an amazing botanical fairyland. 2,300 suspended flowers, with… Read more “Maison&Objet Paris & Japan: An Interactive 3-D Zen kôan, part-fable, part-poetic Buddhist enigma”
The Maison&Objet Paris is one of the most innovative home and design markets in the world. For the past 20 years they have pioneered a visual spectacle for… Read more “Maison&Objet Paris: The Golden Age of Innovation”
In this series Yuliana Mendoza, an abstract/ambient photographer based out of La Spezia, Italy, depicts her muse in the budding youth of beauty.
Photographer Danielle Levitt‘s “Celebrity” books blend his cultural photography roots with pop culture celebrity.
Unencumbered youth captured by photographer Maarten Schröder
Exiting New York soon is one of the greatest art series in American history, “The Great Migration”
The first ever Street Photography Awards hosted by LensCulture invites photographers from around the globe to submit images for the chance to win a $15,000 cash prize, global… Read more “Deadline Sept. 1st: Street Photography Awards by LensCulture ($15,000 Prize)”
“In Part”, curated by Nicholas Cullinan, is staged in the Nord gallery, one of the former industrial structures originally included in the compound of Fondazione Prada.
Rothko, Lichtenstein brought in Over $88 Million At Sotheby’s Auction