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13 UNIQUE INTERNATIONAL MUSEUMS TO PUT ON YOUR BUCKET LIST

If you love to museum hop and have visited the museums in your city five times over, look no further for inspiration on where to go. Get ready to go globetrotting because our comprehensive list of the most unusual museums covers all corners of the world, from New York to the bottom of the Caribbean…

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

On July 23rd, The Untitled Space opened Jeanette Hayes' latest solo exhibition, “(hot girl) summer featuring (hot girl) summer art by Jeanette Hayes.” The exhibit's title is inspired by rapper Meg Thee Stallion, and explores the playful and lighthearted mindset of summer through a series of detailed graphite on paper drawings and oil paintings. Curated…

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MUSEUMS AROUND THE WORLD CELEBRATE THE 50 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF APOLLO 11

On July 20, 1969, the whole world watched as humankind made its first steps on the moon. It was at this moment in image history that began the expansion of human vision, photography and videography. As we're coming up to the half century mark of exploring Earth’s celestial neighbor, museums and institutions across the globe…

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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…

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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…

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“SPF 32” GROUP EXHIBIT TO OPEN IN BROOKLYN’S OLDEST BREWERY

SPF 32 A group Show Opening Reception: June 15th // 6-9PM On view: June 15 - July 6, 2019 William Ulmer Brewery 81 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, New York Curator Madeleine Mermall brings her latest group exhibition to Brooklyn’s oldest brewery. On view from June 15th through July 6th, SPF 32 features thirty-two emerging and mid-career…

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WOODSTOCK 50 LINEUP INCLUDES MILEY CYRUS, JAY-Z AND THE KILLERS

Woodstock 50 August 16th - 18th Watkins Glen, New York The Woodstock 50 music festival set to be held in Watkins Glen, New York marks the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock festival. With an energetic and modern lineup—including Miley Cyrus, Jay-Z and The Killers—the festival is expected to be one of the most successful…

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NEW YORK MEN’S DAY: ANDROGYNY AND PASTELS REIGN SUPREME FOR 2020

Showcasing four menswear collections alongside five “All Star” sample collections, the afternoon session of the 2019 New York Men’s Day on Monday, June 3rd embraced the common themes of androgyny and color in men’s clothing. The event showcased the 2020 spring/summer collections for designers Vasilis Loizides, Todd Hessert, Tanaka and Ka Wa Key, with featured…

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10 MUST SEE ART EXHIBITS + EVENTS THIS FALL

Exhibit: Liz Nielsen, "HotSpots" Where: Danziger Gallery When: Oct 5 - Dec 27 Liz Nielsen’s HotSpots presents a new group of works that continue her place in ‘cameraless’ photography. Nielson projects her forms on chromogenic paper to create bright and luminous abstractions and because the paper is negative rather than positive, it creates a reversed effect…

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LOWER EAST SIDE ART WEEK CELEBRATES FEMALE ARTISTS

On October 17th, in the bustling and windy streets of the Lower East Side in Manhattan, about 20 galleries officially kicked off the start of the first inaugural Lower East Side Art Week. In the hopes of boosting gallery attendance and creating more programming, such as artist talks, tours, performances, and panel discussions, Lesley Heller and Bart…

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MICHELE PRED’S CALL TO “VOTE FEMINIST”

Michelle Pred Vote Feminist Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NY October 18 - November 24th, 2018 An upcoming exhibition by Michele Pred at the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York, NY titled Vote Feminist is a call to resist, to vote and to empower. Pred's politically charged artwork, "My Body My Business" was featured in The Untitled Space's "One…

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SAY NO TO FASHION WEEK FOMO WITH THIS HAIR + MAKE UP CATCH UP!

MARBLE FOR YOUR INNER ARTIST If you're already suffering FOMO (fear of missing out) from the latest trends at NYFW, don't worry. Here's your medicine with a bit of romance, punk, and a splash of water. This punk look begins with thin streaks of watercolor laid over MAC's "lipglass". Eckhaus Latta´s spring 2019 show marbleized every lip…

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‘THE UN-HEROIC ACT: REPRESENTATIONS OF RAPE IN CONTEMPORARY WOMEN’S ART IN THE U.S.’ OPENS SEPT. 4

"THE UN-HEROIC ACT: Representations of Rape in Contemporary Women’s Art in the U.S." September 4th – November 2nd, 2018 The Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY: 860 11th Ave, New York Inspired by feminist journalist Susan Brownmiller’s Against Our Will - Men, Women and Rape (1975), Monika Fabijanska curated "THE UN-HEROIC…

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WATER MILL FOUNDATION CELEBRATES 25TH ANNUAL BENEFIT & AUCTION ‘TIME BOMB’

On Saturday, July 28th, The Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation welcomed over 1,000 guests to their Water Mill, NY location for TIME BOMB: The 25th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction sponsored by Van Cleef & Arpels. The evening honored the late Pierre Bergé, who was the co-founder of Yves Saint Laurent and a founding benefactor…

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‘ECKHAUS LATTA: POSSESSED’ TO OPEN AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

“Eckhaus Latta: Possessed” August 3rd – October 8th, 2018 Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York The Whitney Museum of American Art will open, “Eckhaus Latta: Possessed”, the first fashion-related exhibition in the museum since 1997. Eckhaus Latta was founded in 2011 by Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta to create stylish, gender-neutral clothing. Since…

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BLANC MAGAZINE CELEBRATES NEW ‘HEAT’ ISSUE WITH SUMMER SOIREÉ

On Tuesday, July 24th, BLANC Magazine hosted an exclusive “Summer Soirée” hosted by editor-in-chief Teneshia Carr in celebration of their summer season and new “HEAT” issue. BLANC is a fashion, art and music magazine that showcases established and emerging artists. The Untitled Magazine’s editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine, actress Malgosia Garnys, philanthropist Emma Snowden Jones, Wendy Diamond and other…

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FIRST MAJOR EXHIBITION ABOUT ART AND CONSPIRACY TO OPEN AT THE MET BREUER THIS FALL

"Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy" September 18th, 2018 – January 6th, 2019 The Met Breuer, New York City The Met Breuer will open, "Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy," the first major museum exhibition about art and conspiracy on September 18th. The collection of 70 multimedia works introduces an alternative narrative for the history of…

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‘BLINDSPOTTING’ BEAUTY JASMINE CEPHAS JONES

Rising star Jasmine Cephas Jones brightened up the Hamilton stage with her singing and acting not so long ago. Now she stars on the big screen alongside Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal in the new, buzzed-about film, Blindspotting. Untitled had the chance to catch up with her and ask about beauty and style tips. Check out her responses and some Sophia Loren-inspired looks below! Tina: Can you share…

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