Lama /Non Lama Exhibition by StudioPepe
L ama /Non Lama (Blade, Not Blade) exhibition opened last week, featuring a selection of knives from an array of artists, designers and manufacturers, in collaboration with the historic cutlery shop Lorenzi. The exhibition is hosted at the new Valcucine Showroom whose interiors have been designed by Studiopepe.


Chanel and the Little Black Jacket
Chanel and The Little Black Jacket, yes, the quintessential Little Black Jacket Coco Chanel made famous as styled by Carine and shot by Karl, in 6 days, 113 images, and an amazing cast of characters. For those of you who weren’t able to see the Tokyo exhibit, here’s a sneak peek; get ready London, coming in […]


Les Lalanne: Retrospective at Paul Kasmin Gallery May 4-June 16
Les Lalanne are an artist duo comprising of married couple François-Xavier Lalanne (1927–2008) and Claude Lalanne (b. 1924). Brancusi introduced Lalanne to artists such as Max Ernst, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, and Jean Tinguely. He met Claude Lalanne at his first gallery show in 1952. The show signified an end of painting for Francois-Xavier as he […]


Hermes “Forever Leather”, Celebrating 175 Year Anniversary
Hermes is opening a new exhibition in London this month, entitled Leather Forever, featuring some of the historic label’s most famous designs. Celebrating Hermès’ 175th anniversary, the exhibition will also play host to some of the brand’s famed artisans, of which I have included some images below. The locale will be the sister space of the Royal Academy of […]


Cindy Sherman at Metro Pictures Gallery
  The ever elusive and courageous chameleon, Cindy Sherman is back, exhibiting her new, large-scale works that depict outsized enigmatic female figures standing in striking isolation before ominous landscapes. Looking directly out of the picture in our direction, each character is an eccentric specter, whose epic scale, vivid Chanel costumes and intense gaze suggests a sentry […]


Cai Guo Qiang: Gunpowder and Explosives
Cai Guo-Qiang was born in 1957 in Quanzhou, Fujian Province, China. As a boy, he was exposed early on to Western literature from his father Cai Ruiqin, who worked in a bookstore. In the 1980’s he experimented with theater, and then combined art with experimental theater, mostly politically charged. In the 1990’s he started using


The Scent of a Macbook !?
The smell of a brand new MacBook Pro reminds you of something? Well a collective of Australian artists can help you relive that “magic” moment. The 3 Australian artists Gavin Bell, Jarrah de Kuijer and Simon McGlinn from Greatest Hits placed order to French company Air Aroma a blended scent of