TIMESTALKS FESTIVAL HOSTS WOMEN OF THE SENATE, GRACE JONES & MORE

From April 13th to 15th, the New York Times TimesTalks Festival paired an extraordinary selection of public figures with Times journalists for panel discussions on pertinent subjects including gender equality, addiction and activism. On the 15th, an all-female group of United States senators gathered to discuss on women in politics, public policy and the special relationships cultivated among women…

ZIRKOVA ONE+TOGETHER CELEBRATES #METOO FOUNDER TARANA BURKE

On April 13th, Zirkova One+Together Vodka hosted an intimate evening with Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement that has empowered and offered comfort to countless women worldwide as society begins to tackle and discuss sexual violence. In 2006, Burke was inspired to start the movement after a 13-year-old girl who attended the youth camp…

ELOHIM SHARES HER COACHELLA ESSENTIALS AND AN EXCLUSIVE PLAYLIST

With this year's edition of Coachella underway, we asked producer and artist Elohim to share her essentials that will get her through the festival's two weekends of music and revelry. With one Coachella performance down and one more to go on April 20th, Elohim is also looking forward to a North American tour with The Glitch Mob…

THE BEAUTIFUL BARER SISTERS COMPARE BEAUTY NOTES

Sisters Ariela Barer and Libe Barer have more in common than their familial ties. The two beauties are both up-and-coming actresses starring on hit TV shows: Ariela plays Gert Yorkes in Marvel's "Runaways" and Libe appears on Amazon Prime's "Sneaky Pete" as Carly Bowman. Ariela is also a musician—she plays bass in feminist rock band…

2018 PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS INCLUDE RONAN FARROW, JERRY SALTZ & KENDRICK LAMAR

The full list of 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners has officially been released. This year's Pulitzer Prize Board, which includes The New York Times op-ed columnist Gail Collins, author Junot Díaz and Steve Coll, the Dean of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, jointly awarded The New Yorker and The New York Times the public service prize for their reporting…

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2018: CONFLICT WITH NETFLIX ACCOMPANIES OFFICIAL SELECTION

The official selection for this year's Cannes Film Festival, taking place from May 8th to May 19th, 2018, has been announced. However, controversy accompanies the news as Thierry Fremaux, Cannes artistic director, stated that any distributor or producer that refuses to commit to theatrical release in France will be banned from the main competition. His decision…

GRACE IN YOUR FACE – PHOTOGRAPHY BY DARIAN ZAHEDI

With a new biographical documentary, "Bloodlight and Bami," coming out on April 13th and an upcoming appearance at the New York Times TimesTalks Festival, Grace Jones is still as influential now as she was in the 80s and 90s. Photographer Darian Zahedi and Fashion Editor Phillip Bloch pay homage to her iconic style in "Grace In…

A DECADE OF GLAMOUR: CHRISTIAN SIRIANO TALKS 10TH ANNIVERSARY, RED CARPET DRESSING AND DIVERSITY

This year, Christian Siriano celebrated the 10th anniversary of his label with a blowout, 72-look show at New York Fashion Week (Cardi B, Coco Rocha and Laverne Cox were among the celebrities in attendance). The designer has undoubtably made his mark on fashion—and will continue to for decades more. Editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine sat down with…

ARTIST RACHEL LEE HOVNANIAN OF THE WOMEN’S TRILOGY PROJECT ON PART II: ‘HAPPY HOUR’

Women's Trilogy Project Part II: Happy Hour April 20th - May 31st, 2018 Leila Heller Gallery: 568 W 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 Born in West Virginia and raised in Houston, Texas, multidisciplinary artist Rachel Lee Hovnanian is no stranger to southern tradition. Hovanian's recent project, the Women's Trilogy Project, draws on the artist's southern…

NAOMI WATTS, BROOKE SHIELDS & MORE CELEBRATE MICKALENE THOMAS AT 2018 TRIBECA BALL

On April 9th, the art and entertainment worlds converged at the Tribeca Ball, an annual fundraiser for the New York Academy of Art. The dinner and ceremony, decked out to match this year's "Poetic Astronomy" theme, honored Mickalene Thomas, a New York-based artist known for her elaborate paintings exploring race and gender. This year's Ball…

2018 ICP INFINITY AWARDS HONORS BRUCE DAVIDSON, JUERGEN TELLER, ALEXANDRA BELL & MORE

On April 9th, the International Center of Photography held its annual Infinity Awards at Spring Studios in TriBeCa. Bruce Davidson, the legendary photographer known for his documentation of the Civil Rights Movement, was awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement prize, while contemporary multidisciplinary artist Alexandra Bell was recognized for her work in applied photography, specifically her…

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW 2018 PRESENTED BY AIPAD

One of the world’s most important and longest running annual photography fairs, The Photography Show (organized by AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers) returned to New York City for its 38th edition from April 5th to 8th, 2018. This year's fair featured 100 exhibiting galleries from 14 countries presenting museum-quality contemporary, modern and…

THE ULTIMATE SPRING 2018 SHOPPING GUIDE

Spring is here! With all the buzz of the fall 2018 collections, we're sure you need a refresher on this season's trends—click HERE for a roundup. As the weather gets warmer, shop our guide to spring statement pieces and must-haves. Illesteva - Marianne Mirrored Sunglasses Ditch the oversized frames and opt for smaller shades this…

NINA NESBITT ON HER NEW ALBUM, TOURING AND ACTIVISM

With two singles, "Somebody Special" and "Psychopath," recently released, her upcoming album completed and a North American tour scheduled, Nina Nesbitt is in for a busy year. We spoke to the Scottish singer about her small town roots, the evolution of her music and upcoming projects. Read on for our exclusive interview and photo shoot!…

AFTER 8 YEARS, GENDER BIAS LAWSUIT AGAINST GOLDMAN SACHS WILL PROCEED

A judge has officially allowed an eight-year-old lawsuit claiming that Goldman Sachs discriminated against over 2,300 women on the basis of gender to proceed. United States District Judge Analisa Torres ruled that these thousands of women could pursue claims alleging discrimination in terms of pay, promotions and performance reviews against Goldman Sachs as a class action lawsuit.…

EXHIBIT ‘ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE’ HITS ARTSY FOR ITS VERY OWN BENEFIT AUCTION

ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE: Benefit Auction April 5th - April 19th, 2018 Register to bid through Artsy HERE "ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE," the critically acclaimed group show of over 80 artists responding to Donald Trump's administration, drew crowds of politically-minded art lovers to The Untitled Space throughout January and February. After moving to Artsy to remain…

5 MUST-SEE ART DOCUMENTARIES ON NETFLIX

Looking for your new favorite documentary? Artists and art-lovers alike looking for a new perspective should check out these art-related titles, from Damien Hirst's mockumentary to an exposé of the art world economy, available for streaming on Netflix now! Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry Directed by Alison Klayman, "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" explores the intersection of…

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