Tag: COVID-19

THE SHOW WENT ON AT MILAN FASHION WEEK WITH DIVERSITY AND BODY POSITIVITY REFRESHINGLY FRONT AND CENTER

Against the odds of a global pandemic, Milan Fashion Week went predominantly as planned. Italy, one of the biggest initial hotspots for the COVID-19 virus earlier this year, the first European country to impose a lockdown and at one point the country with the most coronavirus-related deaths, certainly demonstrated its ability to recover better than…

AMERICA WAS NEVER GOING TO BE READY TO SEE “TENET” IN THEATERS

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was simply put, not the grand American “Return to the Movies” Hollywood was hoping for. With a staggering $200 million production budget, Nolan’s most expensive to date, the film has only made back a paltry $3.4 million in the states. Despite perfectly satisfactory reviews, Americans were just not motivated enough (or perhaps…

THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM IS THE LATEST TO SELL ARTWORK IN ORDER TO STAY AFLOAT DURING THE PANDEMIC

Earlier this week, the Brooklyn Museum announced its plan to sell 12 historical paintings in order to pay for the maintenance of their full collection. The auctions will take place on October 1 and 15 at Christie’s, and includes lauded works by Courbet, Corot and Cranach, amongst others, with works ranging in estimated value from…

ART BASEL’S MIAMI BEACH SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19, WHILE NADA PLANS TO GO ON WITH A NEW FORMAT

After previously optimistic plans, coupled with the news of New York’s most prominent museums reopening, Art Basel has officially announced that their annual Miami Beach show has been cancelled. This comes somewhat recently following the organization’s arranging of the proper social distancing and quarantine regulations they would have needed to host the event. Art Basel,…

THE FASHION INDUSTRY’S RESET: AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE CFDA & BFC

On May 21st, The Council of Fashion Designers (CFDA) and The British Fashion Council (BFC) released a statement urging fashion designers to slow-down and re-evaluate the repercussions of fast-fashion in a post-pandemic world. "Together, we strongly recommend designers focus on no more than two main collections a year," the statement reads. "We firmly believe this…

THE UNTITLED SPACE GALLERY ANNOUNCES ONLINE ART BOUTIQUE

The Untitled Space gallery has announced the launch of their new online Art Boutique, presenting a curated selection of artwork by their artists now available for direct delivery. Discover and collect paintings, sculptures, photography, printmaking, drawings, and mixed media, as well as limited edition publications and hard cover exhibition books featuring their roster of artists.…

“MASKS IN THE WILD” TO PROVIDE ARTISTS WITH A STIPEND + MATERIALS TO CREATE UNIQUE MASKS FOR NYC ESSENTIAL WORKERS

Wallplay & 25 Kent have launched "Masks In The Wild", a grassroots public health project that will provide artists with a stipend and materials to create one-of-a-kind masks that will be available to New Yorkers and essential workers for free. The goal of this project is to remove the fear and stigma surrounding wearing a…

LADY GAGA’S “ONE WORLD: TOGETHER AT HOME” RAKED IN $128 MILLION – HERE ARE THE BEST PERFORMANCES FROM THE LIVE EVENT

According to Nielsen, 20.7 million people tuned in on April 19th to one of 30 different television networks to watch “One World: Together At Home,” the concert special organized by Global Citizen to celebrate the heroes who have risen up during the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of the special was not only to honor the…

THE UNTITLED SPACE PREMIERES ONLINE VIEWING ROOMS, ANNOUNCES NEW VIRTUAL EXPERIENCES AND AN ARTIST OPEN CALL

The Untitled Space gallery has announced a new series of virtual viewing rooms, premiering with exhibition “THE LABYRINTH” by artist Indira Cesarine, and also showcasing past exhibitions including Jessica Lichtenstein's "...Do The Make A Sound?" from SPRING/BREAK Art Show and Nichole Washington's February debut show "Rebellious Black Girl." The Untitled Space is moving forward during…

COMPANIES + BRANDS JOIN THE BATTLE TO FIGHT COVID-19: LVMH, GM, SIRIANO, AND MORE

With the global death toll reaching over 33,000 and medical, health, and safety supplies quickly diminishing, many companies worldwide have started conducting ways to combat the Coronavirus pandemic. LVMH of France has spearheaded the movement with their efforts being heavily highlighted in the media. This mecca of a company was the first to announce, over…

HOW THE CORONAVIRUS COULD CHANGE THE MOVIE INDUSTRY FOR GOOD

With movie theaters closing worldwide in order to curb the spread of coronavirus, studios have had little choice but to delay or cancel the theatrical releases of their most highly anticipated films. Pop culture junkies can be grateful that COVID-19 came along just late enough to enjoy awards season, but the reality of this distressing…

CORONAVIRUS AND ITS IMPACT – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Embed from Getty Images Preventative Measures in NYC, Courtesy of Getty Images. As of today, there have been more than 121,000 people infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19), of which roughly 4,000 have died. Majority of those who have been infected, or have died, still remain in mainland China. However, this has become a global issue. Italy…

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