Every Parisian is familiar with Kanako, the Japonese illustrator living in Paris since 2005 and drawing for My Little Paris.
Beloved French designer Jean Paul Gaultier who is known to push the fashion envelope when it comes to his avant-garde designs is a trendsetter and icon (hence Madonna’s cone bra throwback), and his works are to be celebrated at the Brooklyn Museum!
Torafu Architects designed a “Haunted House” for The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo included in an exhibition for children entitled Ghosts, Underpants and Stars.
A complete showcase of Studio Bouroullec works is now present at the Parisian museum Les Arts Decoratifs under the title of ‘Momentané’.
Fashion is not just what we put on, but also what’s underneath, an entire world that has laid down for years and still stands under dresses and skirts.
Bring friends, relax and enjoy an evening of art with 11 top NYC artists. Live music performed by The Stephane Wrembel Trio. From 6pm to 10pm. at The Empire Hotel Rooftop 44 West 63rd Street between Columbus & Broadway New York More information here!
This week in Art Weekly we are traveling to London, Berlin, Los Angeles and San Francisco for this week’s top national and international opening picks. Enjoy! Simon Tzysko — “The Unfair Fun Too” — Los Angeles, CA Ever since I was completely blown away by Glenn Ligon’s “Neon” exhibit in NYC last year, I have…
Greek contemporary art and art collectors have exploded onto our radar recently and this forward-thinking exhibition, The Trigger Effect, is just what we have been waiting for.
If you are around Turin, be sure to check out the great installation at The Pinacoteca Agnelli: A Passion for Jean Prouvé is a new temporary addition in the form of a Jean Prouvé house that landed on the roof of the foundation. The pieces all hail from the private collection of
This week, Art Weekly is traveling to Berlin, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Chicago then back home to NYC for a week of stellar national and international art openings. Bon Voyage! Oscar Tuazon — “People” — New York, NY It is summer time and public art is being enjoyed by art lovers across the globe! One…
In a special 6-listing Art Weekly this week, we are traveling to Tokyo, London, Los Angeles and home sweet home NYC for the week’s top national and international opening picks.
This week in Art Weekly we are visiting the John Baldessari opening here in NYC, as well as two other stellar openings in Berlin and Los Angeles. See you at the gallery!
This week in Art Weekly we are traveling to Johannesburg, South Africa, London, Rome, and of course home sweet home NYC for this week’s top national and international art opening picks! Enjoy!
Over the past few years, the innovative use and application of digitally-rendered printing in fashion has brought designers like Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto and Basso and Brooke to the forefront of our attention. It’s paved the way for
This week in Art Weekly we are traveling to Art Basel in Basel, Switzerland as well as London, San Francisco and home sweet home NYC for this week’s top national and international art opening picks.
This week in Art Weekly we are visiting James Franco in London then traveling to Berlin, Paris, and Los Angeles for a week of stellar national and international art openings. Enjoy!
For the Guggenheim Museum in New York it’s the first time, but surely it’s in good company: James Turrell’s retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art opened this past 26th of May, while the other two exhibitions in honor of the 70th birthday of the great Californian artist are coming soon, in Houston…
This week in Art Weekly we are traveling to two gallery openings each in London and NYC, and one in the ever-lovely Paris! Enjoy!
This week, Art Weekly is traveling to Copenhagen, Milan, San Francisco, and home sweet home NYC for our top opening picks! See you at the gallery!
Coordination Asia has been collaborating with the Shanghai Museum of Glass since 2009 to create a cultural hotspot in Shanghai’s Baoshan area. The museum has grown fast into a mature and award winning cultural institute, that is recognized by national and international media as a relevant and
This week in Art Weekly we are taking you to Tokyo, London, Beverly Hills, and home sweet home NYC for this week’s top opening picks. See you at the opening!
This week in Art Weekly we are traveling to Rome, Vienna, Los Angeles and of course home sweet home NYC for this week’s top opening picks. See you at the gallery!
An opening reception for an exhibition of new work by Anna Tsouhlarakis at Flashpoint Gallery in Washington, DC. Friday April 19, 2013 from 6-8PM Flashpoint Gallery, 916 G St NW, Washington, DC 20001 http://www.culturaldc.org/visual-arts/flashpoint-gallery/
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This week in Art Weekly we have two major European art fairs in Germany and Belgium in our line-up, as well as two special openings in Washington, DC and NYC respectively.
Art opening reception for an exhibiton of new work by Takashi Murakami at Blum & Poe Gallery in Los Angeles. April 13, 2013 6-8pm 2727 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034 http://www.blumandpoe.com/exhibitions/takashi-murakami-4#images
Art opening reception for an exhibition of recent photographs by Florian Maier-Aichen at Gagosian Gallery in London. April 12, 2013 17-19 Davies Street London W1K 3DE http://www.gagosian.com/exhibitions/florian-maier-aichen–april-12-2013
Art Opening for an exhibition of Richard Serra’s early work at David Zwirner Gallery in Chelsea, NYC. Gallery hours from 10am-6pm Tuesday — Saturday. April 12, 2013 at 10am 537 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011 Early Work
Art opening reception for an exhibition of paintings by Dan Walsh at Galería Elvira González in Madrid. April 11, 2013 7-9pm GENERAL CASTAÑOS, 3 28004 Madrid, SPAIN http://www.galeriaelviragonzalez.com/
Art opening reception for an exhibition of new sculptures by Rachel Whiteread at Gagosian Gallery in London. April 11th, 2013 6-8pm 6-24 Britannia Street London WC1X 9JD http://www.gagosian.com/exhibitions/rachel-whiteread–april-11-2013