VIRTUAL REALITY MAKEUP TUTORIALS ARE COMING TO YOUTUBE

On June 18th Google announced “AR Beauty Try-On,” a new consumer experience for cosmetic lovers everywhere. Though it’s still in the Alpha testing stage, viewers will soon be able to virtually test makeup products alongside their favorite vloggers. So how does it work? Augmented reality, otherwise known as AR, is a technology that allows people…

HAUTE COUTURE FALL 2019: TREND HIGHLIGHTS

Haute Couture is synonymous with opulence and drama; the utmost form of fashion is not mass-fabricated ready-to-wear - its carefully and uniquely crafted in France. We've rounded up eight trends we saw and loved at the Fall Couture 2019 runway shows, including mini-dresses, loud prints, and statement accessories. CELESTIAL HEADWEAR What's couture without theatrical camp?…

WHY ART THERAPY IS GOOD FOR YOU

Art Therapy: (noun) 1. a form of psychotherapy involving the encouragement of free self-expression through painting, drawing, or modeling, used as a remedial activity or an aid to diagnosis. A hybrid field influenced by the merging of psychology and art, art therapy is not about becoming the next great sculptor, but about finding the meaning…

“FOOT IN THE DOOR” EXHIBIT WILL ACCEPT EVERY SUBMISSION THAT MEETS SIZE REQUIREMENTS

The Minneapolis Institute of Art will hang or display every work of art submitted for their once-in-a-decade "Foot in the Door" exhibition, as long as it meets the size criteria. Started as a way to give new, young artists their first guaranteed show, the exhibition has drawn huge crowds since its conception is 1980. All…

BOUNDARY-BREAKING FEMALE ARTISTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY

In art history, women are usually showcased as muses rather than artists, often overlooked and underrated throughout history. The following women (in no particular order) are world-renowned artists who were (and still are) pioneers in the art world. They broke boundaries and paved the way for today's female artists, incrementing the reform of gender imbalance…

“(HOT GIRL) SUMMER FEATURING (HOT GIRL) SUMMER ART” A SOLO EXHIBIT BY JEANETTE HAYES AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

"(hot girl) summer featuring (hot girl) summer art" by Jeanette Hayes A Solo Exhibition Curated by Indira Cesarine OPENING RECEPTION July 23rd, 2019 RSVP: events@untitled-space.com EXHIBITION ON VIEW July 23th – August 13th THE UNTITLED SPACE 45 Lispenard Street, NYC 10013 The Untitled Space is pleased to present solo exhibition, “(hot girl) summer featuring (hot…

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THE 26TH ANNUAL WATERMILL CENTER SUMMER BENEFIT & AUCTION

TABULA RASA THE 26TH ANNUAL WATERMILL CENTER SUMMER BENEFIT & AUCTION Saturday, July 27, 2019 6:00 PM – MIDNIGHT The Watermill Center 39 Watermill Towd Road Water Mill, NY 11976 View slideshow of art to be auctioned at the event, pre-bidding live now on Artsy.  The Watermill Center's 26th Annual Summer Benefit & Auction titled…

10 FEMALE VISUAL ARTISTS TO FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM

If you're a lover of all kinds of visual art, looking for visual inspiration, or you're just bored of the redundancy of constant selfies and food shots, we recommend updating your following list with visual artists. Don't know who to follow? You're in luck. We've compiled a list of ten incredibly inspiring and interesting artists…

INTERNATIONAL ANTI-SACKLER PROTESTS RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL ART FUNDING

Protesters travelled to Paris and demanded The Louvre Museum no longer bear the name of a family they feel is complicit in the opioid epidemic: the Sackler family. The Sacklers are a British-American family primarily known for founding and owning the massive pharmaceutical company, Purdue Pharma. While many large pharmaceutical companies have come under fire…

THE MET COMMISSIONS OLIVER BEER FOR FIRST EVER SOUND-BASED EXHIBITION

Oliver Beer: Vessel Orchestra On View: July 2nd - August 11th, 2019 The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY The Met has commissioned a sound-based exhibition for the first time, complete with live performances from a diverse group of artists. Oliver Beer, a conceptual and installation artist from England, is presenting…

POSTER HOUSE MUSEUM: THE FIRST TO DISPLAY POSTER ART IN THE USA

Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau/Nouvelle Femme On view: June 20-October 6, 2019 The Poster House Museum 119 W. 23rd Street, New York, NY The first museum in the United States that is solely dedicated to displaying posters has officially opened up in New York. By showcasing exhibitions, publications and events, Poster House is able to present a…

HOW TO TRAVEL THE WORLD BY YOURSELF

Going solo? Good for you. Traveling cross-country or overseas alone can seem very daunting, but time and time again it’s been described as a must-have experience by anyone who has done it. Taking in new surroundings unfiltered by the judgments, tastes or preferences of others gives you the chance to fully indulge yourself and have…

HOW TAYLOR SWIFT’S LATEST FEUD SPARKS A BIGGER DEBATE ABOUT ARTISTS’ RIGHTS

In 2006, Taylor Swift released her first country single "Tim McGraw." Six albums and 14 years later, she is the only female artist to win a Grammy for Album of the Year twice, and is arguably the biggest pop star of this generation. She also recently lost the rights to every song she's ever written.…

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MISS MEATFACE EXHIBIT OPENS AT THE UNTITLED SPACE

The Untitled Space opened a solo exhibition of self-portraiture by London-based artist Kat Toronto, known by her alter ego "Miss Meatface," on July 2nd at the Tribeca gallery. The opening reception was followed by an artist talk and zine signing, in which Kat revealed the origins of her photographic persona. Born from a time of…

THE CASE OF MARSHAE JONES: HOW RESTRICTIVE ABORTION LAWS IMPACT REAL WOMEN

Marshae Jones was five months pregnant when she was involved in an altercation at a Dollar General parking lot after work. In the midst of the fight, Jones, 27, was shot by the other party, resulting in the loss of her unborn child. A grand jury in the state of Alabama declined to indict the…

LESLIE-LOHMAN MUSEUM: 50 YEARS OF LGBTQ ART

Pride month has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that celebrating the LGBTQ+ community is to be stopped and forgotten until next year. A special museum located right in the heart of SoHo celebrates LGBTQ people every day of the year, and displays the colorful impact they have had and continue to have in…

SIX OUTDOOR SCULPTURES WORTH CHECKING OUT IN NYC THIS SUMMER

City in the Grass On view until December 15, 2019, this public art project by Leonardo Drew was commissioned by Madison Square Park, marking the Conservancy's 38th exhibition. Unlike many public, outdoor projects, City in the Grass was constructed specifically to encourage visitor engagement. With intricately designed miniature landscapes and rolling, hill-like patterns made from…

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