Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

France: Explore Mirazoz by Architects of Air

aoa11

British firm Architects of Air invites visitors to experience the surreal setting of their traveling structure Mirazoz as part of their ongoing project, Luminaria. Described as “somewhere between a womb and a cathedral,” the inflatable design’s interior roams through labyrinthine tunnels and cavernous domes, all illuminated with vivid hues of color that are projected onto the PVC […]

SHARE
Read More

Art Basel: Hot Books, Buzzy Signings

Bruce Weber

This week during Art Basel Miami Beach, the Standard Hotel and The Webster are hosting book signings featuring three of today’s most prominent cultural photographers. Bruce Weber, Terry Richardson and The Sartorialist’s Scott Shuman will showcase their latest books on succeeding days. December 6: Bruce Weber’s All American Volume Twelve: A Book of Lessons Renowned fashion […]

SHARE
Read More

Art Basel: Marcello Jori’s Crystal Paintings at Ocean House

2012  giacimento 150x268cm

“I believe crystals are the origin of everything,” says acclaimed Italian artist Marcello Jori, who is launching a new exhibition, “Giacimento di Passioni (Cave of Passion),” this week during Art Basel Miami Beach. In association with Fabian Basabe, the condominium Ocean House and Vault magazine, the show features dozens of the artist’s colorful crystal fantasias. “They contain […]

SHARE
Read More

“Toledo/Toledo: Full Circle” at Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design

TOLEDOs by RANDALL BACHNER sm

Award-winning fashion designer Isabel Toledo and her husband, artist Ruben Toledo, will premiere their exhibition “Toledo/Toledo: Full Circle” at Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design during Art Basel on December 6th. The retrospective showcases three decades of archival Isabel Toledo designs on mannequins created by Ruben Toledo, as well as a section of […]

SHARE
Read More

William Forsythe’s Balloon Performance in Frankfurt

Screen Shot 2012-11-21 at 10.29.46 AM

Just as the dancer moves of her own free will, so does the balloon, a concept displayed in German choreographer William Forsythe’s abstract performance entitled Scattered Crowd. Thousands of ghost-white balloons have been suspended from the ceilings of Frankfurt’s Bockenheimer Depot, all of different sizes and opacity. The balloons scatter throughout and sometimes crowd various […]

SHARE
Read More

Abel Barroso’s Playful Show at Miami’s Pan American Art Projects

PanAmericanGalleryJandaAbel

The satirical work of Cuban artist Abel Barroso is currently being showcased in a new exhibition at Miami’s Pan American Art Projects. “A Country, An Illusion (Un Pais, Una Ilusión)” features pieces dealing with the themes of borders, geography and emigration, all filtered through the artist’s signature wry sensibility. The centerpiece work, The Emigrant’s Pinball Machine […]

SHARE
Read More

Collector’s Alert: Tim Walker’s “Story Teller” in London and in Print

tim-walker-story-teller-somerset-house-london-yatzer-3

The hallucinatory, wildly creative images of British photographer Tim Walker are being doubly celebrated this fall with an exhibition at London’s Somerset House and an accompanying book published by Thames & Hudson. Both called Story Teller, they showcase the artist’s narrative flair, evoking a fairytale world of baguette biplanes, demonic dolls and cult celebrities on the […]

SHARE
Read More

The Documentary Brief Encounters Spotlights the Photography of Gregory Crewdson

gregory_crewdson_doclead

The haunting work of photographer Gregory Crewdson has affected viewers for more than 20 years. With a cinematic, panoramic flair, he creates scenes that display the dark side of American suburbia, an alternate universe where ghastly realities lurk in the most bucolic of settings. Chiefly inspired by the masters of the moving image—Hitchcock, Spielberg, Lynch—Crewdson […]

SHARE
Read More
← Previous Page
Next Page →