Month: June 2018

LUMINOUS BEAUTY WITH MARY-LOUISE PARKER

"The theatre is who I am - it's where I feel the most inspired, the most at home, the most useful."  -Mary-Louise Parker Head to the Williamstown Theatre Festival from June 27th through July 8th to see Tony award winner Mary-Louise Parker in her element, on stage. She's starring in "The Sound Inside" by Pulitzer Prize finalist…

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HAUSER & WIRTH LOS ANGELES PRESENTS WEARABLE ART PROJECT

"Portable Art. A Project by Celia Forner" June 23rd – August 12th, 2018 Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles: 901 E 3rd Street On June 23rd, Hauser & Wirth will present its Portable Art Project in Los Angeles with an exhibition of wearable objects commissioned from a range of artists including John Baldessari, Pipilotti Rist, Paul McCarthy…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM MILAN FASHION WEEK: SPRING 2019 MENSWEAR

Backstage at Prada Spring 2019 menswear. Photo by Kuba Dabrowski.  Fashion week is upon us again! London was the first stop and Milan the second. Designers are rolling out their Spring 2019 menswear collections, and we’ve rounded up the highlights thus far. Read on to see looks from Prada, Versace and Marni. Prada For Spring…

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SOLO SHOW OF ARTIST MARGO WOLOWEIC OPENS AT MARLBOROUGH CONTEMPORARY ON JUNE 21ST

Still Water, Circling Palms June 21st - August 3rd, 2018 Marlborough Contemporary: 545 West 25th St., NYC New York City gallery Marlborough Contemporary has announced a solo show of works by textile artist Margo Woloweic. "Still Water, Circling Palms" presents Woloweic's woven images that, at first glance, appear to be paintings. However, the works are actually…

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NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY CELEBRATES BILL CUNNINGHAM’S LEGACY

  "Celebrating Bill Cunningham" Through September 8th, 2018 New-York Historical Society: 170 Central Park West The New-York Historical Society is paying tribute to Bill Cunningham with an exhibition of the photographer's personal objects, letters, ephemera and work which opened on June 8th. Curated by Debora Schmidt Bach, "Celebrating Bill Cunningham" showcases a selection from Cunningham’s "Facades," an…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM LONDON FASHION WEEK: SPRING 2019 MENSWEAR

Fashion week is upon us again! First stop, London. Designers are rolling out their Spring 2019 menswear collections, and we've rounded up the highlights thus far. Read on to see looks from Iceberg, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy and Chalayan. Iceberg Iceberg pioneered athleisure long before the aesthetic became street style clickbait. Creative director James Long stayed…

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ART BASEL SWITZERLAND SALES INDICATE INCREASED INTEREST IN FEMALE ARTISTS

Today, Art Basel Switzerland opened with a VIP preview boasting strong sales, including the purchase of a number of notable works. A 1990 sculpture by Sol LeWitt sold at Paula Cooper Gallery for just under $1 million, Perrotin and Simon Lee Gallery sold its entire presentation of 18 paintings by Bernard Frize, and Robert Longo’s installation in…

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KARATE KID MARY MOUSER ON HER STARRING ROLE IN NEW SERIES ‘COBRA KAI’

21-year-old actress Mary Mouser is carrying on the "Karate Kid" legacy with her starring role in the recently-released Youtube Red Series, "Cobra Kai." Mouser plays Samantha La Rousso, the karate-fighting daughter of Daniel La Rousso, the original Karate Kid. Mouser has also appeared in ABC's "Body of Proof," CBS's "NCIS" and the CW's "Life is…

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AN EXHIBITION OF FRIDA KAHLO’S PERSONAL POSSESSIONS OPENS AT THE V&A THIS WEEK

Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up June 16th - November 4th, 2018 Victoria and Albert Museum: Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL In 2018, Frida Kahlo remains a bonafide icon. Though Kahlo's paintings are enduring masterpieces that critics continue to praise, it's the woman herself who has garnered the public's attention in recent years. A disabled feminist who…

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WOMEN ACROSS BRITAIN CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF SUFFRAGE

On Sunday, women across Britain celebrated to mark 100 years since they won the right to vote. In 1918, the Representation of the People Act granted property-owning British women over age 30 the right to vote. The same act allowed all men over 21-years-old to vote. It would be another decade before women in Britain would…

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‘ART IN MOTION,’ AN IMMERSIVE GROUP SHOW AT THE UNTITLED SPACE, WILL PRESENT A SPECIAL LIVE PERFORMANCE ON TRIBECA ART NIGHT

"Art In Motion" A Group Exhibition of Video and Performance Art Presented by The Untitled Space RECEPTION // PERFORMANCE + SCREENINGS June 21st, 2018 6pm – 9pm The Untitled Space: 45 Lispenard Street, Unit 1W New York, NY 10013 The Untitled Space is preparing to unveil "Art In Motion,"  a one-night-only live performance by Samantha…

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GET THE SCHEDULE FOR NYFW: SPRING 2019 MENSWEAR

The CFDA Fashion Schedule has announced the preliminary lineup for NYFW: Men's. Mainstays such as Rag & Bone and Carlos Campos as well as new additions Onia, NIHL, Kenneth NIcholson, Victor Li, RECONSTRUCT and Swonne will present their Spring 2019 menswear collections from July 9th to 11th, 2018. On-site shows will held at Industria and…

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INDIRA CESARINE’S ‘ONLY YOU’ SERIES AT SCOPE ART SHOW, BASEL – PRESENTED BY ARTHELIX + SHIM

ONLY YOU A Multimedia Series by Indira Cesarine Presented by SHIM + ArtHelix June 12th – 17th, 2018 SCOPE Art Show, Basel, Switzerland: SCOPE | HAUS, WEBERGASSE 34 Booth A43 VIP + Press Preview: June 12th @ 1pm – 4pm Public Opening: June 12th @ 4pm-7pm More information HERE Multimedia series "ONLY YOU" by Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space…

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THE DEVIL MADE HER DO IT: WHO WAS THE REAL JAYNE MANSFIELD?

There’s something about Hollywood and dying young that seem to go hand-in-hand. Just take River Phoenix, Marilyn Monroe and Brandon Lee—each star's premature passing turned them into tragic icons. Rather than growing old and fading away, ill-fated stars stay young and beautiful forever. The more mysterious and untimely a celebrity's passing, the more attention it…

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THE MOTH HOSTS MAD HATTER-THEMED BALL

On Tuesday night, over 500 hundred guests—dressed according to the evening's "Hatter’s Mad Tea Party” theme—attended this year's Moth Ball fundraiser at Capitale in New York City. The Moth, a non-profit founded in 1997 by novelist George Dawes Green, celebrates and promotes the art of storytelling through live events, radio hours and educational programs. Notable guests including Darren…

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DESIGNER KATE SPADE HAS DIED AT 55

American designer Kate Spade, known for her colorful, feminine line of clothing and accessories, was found dead in her apartment on Tuesday morning. According to police, a housekeeper found Spade, 55-years-old, hanging from a scarf in her bedroom. Spade and her husband, Andy, founded Kate Spade in 1993, one year before they married. The two…

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37 DOWN, ONE MORE TO GO: ILLINOIS RATIFIED THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT

On May 31st, Illinois became the 37th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), a proposed amendment that would federally ban gender-based discrimination. ERA, first drafted in the 1920s by suffragette Alice Paul, was approved by the majority of Congress in 1972. Despite approving it, Congress set a seven-year deadline for three-quarters of the states…

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2018 CFDA AWARDS: WINNERS, RED CARPET HIGHLIGHTS & MORE

On Monday night, the annual CFDA Fashion Awards took place at New York's Brooklyn Museum, where fashion's biggest creatives, influencers and up-and-coming stars gathered to celebrate the work of this year's nominated designers and honorees (click HERE for the list) including Raf Simons, Diane von Furstenberg and Edward Enninful. The night saw a number of…

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