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The most extravagant and extravagant celebrity parties | Gallery

By Jessica Wedemeyer 10:44 a.m. PST, March 6, 2022 _ Wonderwall.com takes a look back at some of the most extravagant and over-the-top ways celebrities have celebrated their love over the years, starting with this date night that’s sure to make your jaw drop… In 2020, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen celebrated Valentine’s Day by […]

Writer Unveils Few Secrets Of The Best Film Of All Time – ‘The Godfather’ | Entertainment

Oscar nominations will be announced in February. But that we already know: None of this year’s nominees come close to being one of the best films ever made. None even come close to the scale and breadth of a movie called “The Godfather”. It might just be the perfect movie to watch, in front of […]

Wayne Thiebaud, painter of lush colors and textures, has passed away

LOS ANGELES Artist Wayne Thiebaud, whose succulent and colorful paintings of cakes and San Francisco cityscapes combined sensuality, nostalgia and a hint of melancholy, has passed away. He was 101 years old. His death was confirmed on Sunday in a statement by his Acquavella gallery. Thiebaud died at his Sacramento home over Christmas, Eleanor Acquavella, […]

Beauty is North Artist Star: Denver’s Daniel Sprick to Exhibit in New York | Culture & Leisure

Daniel Sprick, one of Colorado’s most accomplished artists, recently returned from New York City, where he was preparing for a new exhibition – his first since 2016. Opening at the Gerald Peters Gallery on February 11, the Sprick exhibition “Interiors” will exhibit his ethereal, lifelike paintings from his 16th-floor apartment near City Park, most created […]

Architects Jaqueline Lessa and Francisco Pardo on how looking to Mexico’s past helps them design for the future

Based in São Paulo, Brazil, Jaqueline Lessa created her architecture studio Entre Terras (translation: “between the lands”) two years ago in order to answer human questions through craftsmanship. This philosophy is evident in all of Lessa’s work, from her airy, minimalist design for the Haight clothing store in São Paulo to her fluid exhibition decors […]

Hundreds of people demand account of disturbing legacy of American artist Thomas Eakins

Until last summer, the publicly accessible digital collections of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) in Philadelphia included a disturbing photograph of a naked black girl lying on a sofa. The photo, which has since been removed from the PAFA website and is only available on request for research purposes due to its “sensitive […]

Ten purple projects ranging from dark purple to light lilac

From a playful furniture collection to a foldable dress, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best mauve projects from Dezeen’s archives reminiscent of the last Pantone color of the year. Last week, company of colors Pantone named Very Peri as its color of the year for 2022. Made from a combination of shades of purple […]

celebrity couples who dress alike | Gallery

By Jessica Wedemeyer December 15, 2021 at 3:17 a.m. PST Wonderwall.com looks back on celebrity couples who have made waves by dressing alike over the years, starting with this duo… Kourtney Kardashian completely overhauled her wardrobe when she and her longtime friend Travis Barker finally took their relationship to the next level in early 2021.The […]

Artworks from junta-controlled Myanmar to be auctioned in New York this week

The contraband works of more than a dozen Burmese dissident artists are to be auctioned off in New York City, with the proceeds providing humanitarian aid to pro-democracy protesters in the Southeast Asian county controlled by the junta. The auction, which will be held December 9-11 at the Jane Lombard Gallery in lower Manhattan, will […]

Harlem kids have fun creating artwork featured in the Fresh Air Fund Summer Project Portrait

The Fresh Air Fund organized and published an online gallery of New York City children’s artwork that was created for their community art project, Portrait of Summer. The kids at Fresh Air shared what summer means to them in a #PortraitofSummer social media campaign. Become a Harlem Insider – Register for our Weekly Newsletter! Over […]

Los Angeles galleries are coming to New York

For decades, Los Angeles has been a natural place for New York retailers to open a second store. At first Pace and Luhring Augustine tried, and more recently Matthew Marks, Michele Maccarone and Jeffrey Deitch have established roots, as well as Swiss mega-gallery Hauser & Wirth and, later, David Zwirner. But these days, the opposite […]

Art Industry News: In a decision that will come as no surprise, “NFT” was named Word of the Year + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know on Thursday, November 25. NEED TO READ Looted Palmyra sculptures return to Syria – The Geneva Museum of Art and History is restoring three archaeological objects allegedly looted […]

Homes fit for fashionistas – Mansion Global

Fashion houses for sale When it comes to custom closets, a Paradise Valley, Arizona home showcases the ultimate him and her space with 11 electric clothes closets and a brown built-in safe in each. “The upper cabinets are motorized, which allows convenient access to the entire closet,” said Jim Cavanaugh, an agency agent in Scottsdale. […]

Hoosick Falls artist paints freedom, perseverance and the end of the pandemic through moving horses | Entertainment

HOOSICK FALLS, NY – “Horses represent freedom to me,” says Turkish-born artist Yucel Erdogan. Erdogan’s images are full of freedom and grace. They carry with them a sense of deep thought and loneliness, powerful and resonant, through darkness and chaos. They represent something more than just horses. They speak of endurance and collective will, especially […]

Jan Brett, Immigrants, Theater Hopes & ‘Aprons With Attitude’

Jan Brett has a new book Titcomb’s Bookstore in East Sandwich is one of three New England bookstores and 15 nationwide chosen to sell personalized copies of the new “Jan Brett’s Nutcracker” by children’s author / illustrator Jan Brett for this holiday season. Books ordered through the store can get the personalized copies by October […]

Nicole Storm – Brooklyn Rail

In sight White columnsAugust 28 – October 16, 2021new York Nicole Storm’s first solo show in New York City is an exuberant installation of heavily crafted surfaces that combines abstract painting in color and calligraphic line art. Occupying half of the White Columns gallery, the exhibition presents a multicolored collection of mixed two-dimensional and sculptural […]

MoMA and the Mexican moment in New York

Art movements rarely conform to national borders; nor are they the result of artists’ efforts alone. Transnational networks of individuals and institutions often play an essential role in the research, interpretation and defense of radically new works of art. This was never more the case than during the “Mexican moment” of the twentieth century, a […]

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