Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category

Yves Saint Laurent and his 19-year-old muse

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A Rare French Couture Collection Up for Auction This fall, a rare collection of dresses goes on the block in Paris, all from the collection of the legendary style icon and muse Danielle Luquet Saint Germain. At 19, she was spotted by Yves Saint Laurent and immediately incorporated into his atelier as model and inspiration. […]

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Tyler Shields and Vault Magazine 2

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And what a year it has been…. Here are some sneak peeks from Tyler Shields’ new series,”Suspense,” debuting this week at the Guy Hepner Gallery in Beverly Hills. Look for more images in the second print issue of Vault by Barton G., due next month!  

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Claes Oldenburg at NY’s MoMA

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  This month, New York’s Museum of Modern Art mounts a major retrospective tribute to the pop artist Claes Oldenburg. Known for his oversized replicas of everything from hamburgers to pay phones to typewriter erasers, the Swedish-born Oldenburg—much like his contemporaries Lichtenstein and Warhol—created a new way of looking at supposedly mundane and everyday objects. […]

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“Service” by paul solberg

From "Service" by Paul Solberg. On exhibition at Casa de Costa in New York. through April 18th.

   During Fleet Week of 2010—that springtime ritual when thousands of young military servicepeople descend upon New York City—photographer Paul Solberg documented hundreds of soldiers, sailors and airmen in a series of intimate, haunting portraits. Using vintage Polaroid film, he aimed for an effect tinged with both timelessness and nostalgia; unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), the […]

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“Shoe Obsession” at New York’s Museum at FIT

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Once upon a time, the sole mark of a true fashionista depended on which It Bag she (or he) had draping from their shoulder while strutting down the city streets. While the wow-worthy effect of Hermès’ classically chic Birkin or, more recently, Celine’s Phantom (seen on everyone from hipster bloggers to red-carpet celebrities) is still nothing […]

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Frank Gehry’s Fish Lamps at the Gagosian Gallery

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Internationally celebrated architect Frank Gehry, whose monumental buildings include Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum, the Vitra Design Museum in Germany, and the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, is now going small. A duel exhibit of Gehry’s fish lamps is currently being shown at two of superdealer Larry Gagosian’s galleries, in Beverly Hills and Paris. The architect […]

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A Christmas “Tree” Crafted of 5,000 Pieces of Porcelain in Belgium

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While major capitals across the world have erected large Christmas trees adorned with glistening lights and brightly colored bulbs, Hasselt’s main square in Belgium has reinterpreted the classic iconography. In collaboration with local residents of the city known as “the Capital of Taste,” Inge Vanluyd and Stefan Van Bergen of the creative agency Mooz have designed The Taste Tree, a Christmas symbol […]

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William Forsythe’s Balloon Performance in Frankfurt

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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 […]

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