The sixth annual Art of the Party event, presented by Valentino, toasted artists and Miami philanthropists.
Prospect 5 New Orleans is proud to announce the official artist list for the 2020 iteration of their internationally acclaimed triennial Yesterday We Said Tomorrow. Curated by Artistic Directors Naima J. Keith and Diana Nawi, the exhibition will feature artists based in the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, and Europe, and take place in museums, cultural spaces, and public sites throughout New Orleans.
The MET just unveiled its highly anticipated and newly installed British Galleries – 11,000 square feet devoted to British decorative arts, design, and sculpture created between 1500 and 1900. It comes as a highlight of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 150th-anniversary celebrations which opened to the public on March 2nd.
Felix, the intimate art exhibit experience that prioritizes connoisseurship, collaboration, and community has made its way to Los Angeles.
On February 6th, Museum of Sex premiered Catalonian artist Laia Abril’s eye-opening multifaceted show entitled “On Abortions… and the repercussions of lack of access” based around her 2018 book of the same name.
A late icon of the 1940s revived herself through never-before-seen photographs at the HGU New York Hotel on Tuesday night.
The event, hosted at the famed FAO Schwarz in NYC, celebrates and supports St. Jude’s contribution to children’s health and wellness.
LUSH Art Agency and The New Sanctuary Coalition Join Forces to Fund Immigrant Families Facing Deportations
The new year started off on a benevolent foot at 414 West Broadway on Saturday evening.
Wednesday night, we were invited to experience the new dynamic installation of Cam Life: An Introduction to Webcam Culture, a collaboration between CAM4 and The Museum of Sex in New York.
Hollywood’s hottest creative director has added a little cheer to The West Hollywood EDITION.