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5 ESSENTIAL FASHION COFFEE TABLE BOOKS

Whether you're looking for the perfect holiday gift, another addition to your own bookshelf, or creative inspiration, coffee table books are a beautiful, multipurpose solution for lovers of art, fashion, and beauty. We've compiled a list of five essential volumes celebrating the best of fashion's ground-breaking icons. Read on. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: SAVAGE BEAUTY A catalogue…

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SOUL OF A NATION: ART IN THE AGE OF BLACK POWER

Less than six months after the Charlottesville riots, the current racial tension in the United States is unmistakeable. With a Reuters poll claiming that race relations in America are at an all-time low, Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power at the Tate Modern is more relevant than ever. Beginning with…

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DAVID BOWIE RETROSPECTIVE TO SHOW AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

David Bowie is March 2 to July 15, 2018 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY Following the Victoria and Albert Museum's massive success with David Bowie is, a retrospective paying tribute to the late icon, the Brooklyn Museum is bringing the show to New York City. Curated by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh of the V&A, the exhibit…

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‘FAHREN FEINGOLD’ SOLO EXHIBITION @ THE UNTITLED SPACE OPENS SEPT 26TH

Fahren Feingold: Solo Exhibition The Untitled Space, NYC 45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W NYC 10013 September 26 – October 8, 2017 Opening September 26th 6-9pm The Untitled Space gallery has announced a debut solo exhibition of works by artist Fahren Feingold opening September 26th and on view through October 8th, 2017. The exhibition, curated by gallery director…

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SEPTEMBER EXHIBITS AT THE MET NOT TO BE MISSED: DELIRIOUS + RODIN

DELIRIOUS: ART AT THE LIMITS OF REASON 1950-1985 The Met Breuer, NYC September 13, 2017-January 14, 2018 945 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 The exhibit “Delirious”, has been derived from the delirium taking place in the art world at the time. Between 1950 and 1980 the world exploded in conflicts, whether it was military, social, or…

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‘LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT’ TO OPEN AT THE MOMA SEPTEMBER 24TH

 “LOUISE BOURGEOIS: AN UNFOLDING PORTRAIT” The Museum of Modern Art September 24, 2017-January 28, 2018 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019 Beginning September 24, 2017,  The Museum of Modern Art brings us a new exhibit about the creative process and works of Louise Bourgeois. The exhibit, entitled “Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait”, does not have simply…

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JIM CARREY, GEORGE W. BUSH, AND MORE UNEXPECTED ARTISTS

Some people have hidden talents or hobbies, like being able to tap dance, knit, do magic tricks, or paint. With the right tools and dedication, anyone has the ability to be an artist. The following people have already made established careers in politics, music, or acting, but they have found a passion for art. Jim…

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SEATTLE ART FAIR HAS RECORD ATTENDANCE

The 2017 Seattle Art Fair is gaining traction, with 100 exhibitors and approximately 22,500 guests this year, which is a 25% increase from last year's attendance. The Seattle Art Fair is the Pacific Northwest's destination for modern and contemporary art, founded by Paul G. Allen and is co-produced by Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions. Noteable…

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MILLENNIALS LOVE PODCASTS AND YOU SHOULD TOO

Like most of my friends under age 30, the first place I see most of my news is Facebook or Twitter. As a person who enjoys both reading about politics and watching corgi videos, I generally have no trouble with using mainly social media to find updates and entertainment - except when the endless scrolling…

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NEW AT THE WHITNEY: AN INCOMPLETE HISTORY OF PROTEST

On August 18th, An Incomplete History of Protest goes on view at the Whitney Museum from the Whitney's own collection. The exhibition displays how artists from the 1940s-2000s have confronted the political and social issues of their time. The artists' see their work as essential to challenging established thought and creating a more equitable culture, such…

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NYC PROTESTS THIS WEEK: FROM TRANSGENDER RIGHTS TO FAIR TRADE

2017 has been marked by massive protests, such as the Woman's March and the March For Science. Thousands lined the streets with clever and insightful signs, but importantly they had a purpose to their presence - to be heard in order to make change. There have been an abundance of protests since President Trump took office in…

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THE WATERMILL CENTER ‘FLY INTO THE SUN’ BENEFIT + AUCTION ANNOUNCES HONOREES

View gallery of select artwork available in this years auction On July 29th, The 24th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction "FLY INTO THE SUN" will honor Laurie Anderson and Isabelle Huppert and will feature installations placed throughout The Watermill Center’s eight-and-a-half acre grounds, curated in tribute to Lou Reed’s exceptional life and work. In addition,…

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MARKET ART + DESIGN RETURNS TO BRIDGEHAMPTON JULY 6-9

The "Market Art + Design" Art Fair returns to Bridgehampton this July 6th through the 9th for the seventh time and featuring close to seventy exhibitors. At The Bridgehampton Museum, there is an art show that features presentations of modern and contemporary art from dealers and designers all over the world. The official preview night on…

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MET BREUER OPENS CONTEMPORARY VIDEO EXHIBIT

"The Body Politic: Video from The Met Collection" is being featured at The Met Breuer from June 20th until September 3rd. The exhibit presents four videos created between 1995 and 2015 that range from provocative to the poignant while considering the body in relationship to race, ethnicity, class, and gender. One of the videos is David…

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MUSEUM OF SEX FEATURES FEMINIST ART IN ‘NSFW FEMALE GAZE’ EXHIBIT

The Museum of Sex (MoSEX) and Creators (VICE Media's art and culture publication) present 'NSFW Female Gaze,' an art exhibition showcasing over 25 emerging female artists that explore and redefine sexuality on their own terms. The exhibit opens Wednesday 21st and will remain on view until September 24th.  “Women use the internet as a tool…

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NOW NYC’S 2017 WOMEN OF POWER AND INFLUENCE AWARDS + PREMIERE OF “THE POWER BAG” BY INDIRA CESARINE + MCCLLM

The 2017 Women of Power and Influence Awards benefit gala was held on June 13th on the Tribeca Rooftop by the National Organization for Women in New York City (NOW-NYC), which honored exemplary women who have boldly forged their way to the top of their industries, breaking barriers along the way, and earning the title…

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MAGNUM PHOTOS CELEBRATES 70 YEARS WITH PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS IN NYC

Magnum Photos is celebrating 70 years of its significant contribution to photography and history by holding a number of events throughout New York City this month that present new and iconic work by established Magnum photographers. The public seasons of events will be focused on Magnum’s three anniversary themes of community, witnessing history, and “Magnum…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM CANNES: PARTIES, CELEBRITIES, WINNERS, AND FEMINISM

The 70th Cannes Film Festival took place May 17th through the 28th this year on the Boulevard de la Croisette in Cannes, France. Pedro Almodóvar was the head judge along with four male and four female judges that included Jessica Chastain, Will Smith, Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, Paolo Sorrentino, Park Chan-wook, Agnès Jaoui, Maren Ade and…

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JEFF KOONS INSTALLS ‘SEATED BALLERINA’ IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER

Contemporary artist Jeff Koons has an inflatable ballerina on display at the Rockefeller Center in New York City. The 45-foot-high art installation is hosted by Tishman Speyer, but will only be on display until Friday, June 2nd. The piece is part of Koon’s "Antiquity" series and is called “Seated Ballerina,” which was inspired by a small…

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