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The couple pictured in their living room with their dog, Charlie. Scott Schuman and Jenny Walton approached the interior design of their downtown New York apartment much in the same way they approach fashion: a tightly edited mix of vintage and new, sourced from world capitals on nearly every continent. Of course, fashion is a field with which both are intimately familiar. Schuman, the man behind the famed lens of

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More or less all the artists active during the second and the third decade of the 20th century were well connected and informed about the latest art tendencies. All of them naturally gravitated towards Paris, which was not only the meeting point for artists coming from different parts of the world, but it was also a bohemian environment saturated with lavish cabarets, vibrant cafes and decadent lifestyles. In this city, a number of artists

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Rashid Johnson has moved from the museum to the movie theater. HBO Films snapped up the American artist’s directorial debut, Native Son, just hours ahead of its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday. The cable network bought the film from production company A24 for a reported eight-figure sum. It will air on HBO later this year. Johnson joins a small group of visual artists who have made the leap to mainstream film,

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Salman Khoshroo builds figures out of electric wire, with the resulting character being made for both close inspection and movement. His reflections show the ties between the human machine and the manmade machine. And his kinetic sculptures, in particular, tell of the inherent ability for motion in both of these.

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“Murmuration” (2015), Flanders Red willow, installed at the Holburne Museum in Bath, UK. Photograph by Nick Smith Photography. All images courtesy of Laura Ellen Bacon. British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon twists, ties, and knots pieces of willow and other raw materials to create large-scale abstract sculptures which she installs both inside and outside of architectural structures. The pieces often involve several stages of sketching, and weeks of weaving using her hands and

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As the 500th anniversary of the death of Renaissance great Leonardo da Vinci approaches, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is reaching deep into its archive to exhibit four rarely shown drawings by the Old Master. The incredibly fragile artworks, normally kept in storage due to their sensitivity to light, will go on view in the museum’s prints and drawings galleries on January 29. There, they will be joined

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Anyone who has been lucky enough to spend time with Dapper Dan knows that the legendary Harlem tailor, the man whose designer “knockups” dressed the Harlem gangsters and hip-hop pioneers of the cocaine ’80s, has a few stories to tell. And now, for the first time, you don’t need an appointment at his uptown atelier to hear him spin tales from his rich, occasionally turbulent life—his memoir, Dapper Dan: Made In Harlem, is being

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Warning: stay alert! Otherwise, St. Vincent's shape-shifting music and daring performances will leave you in the dust. On a cold recent night in Brooklyn, St. Vincent appeared onstage in a Saint Laurent smoking jacket to much clapping and hooting, gave the crowd a deadpan look, and said, “Without being reductive, I'd like to say that we haven't actually done anything yet.” Pause. “So let's do something.” She launched into a cover of

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plans have been presented for a skyscraper which, once completed, will rank as the second tallest building in new york. known as ‘tower fifth’, the building would stand at a height of 1,556 feet (474 meters). for reference, one world trade center — the city’s tallest building — tops out at 1,776 feet (541 meters). gensler is the design architect for the project, which will be located just north of st. patrick’s cathedral, east of fifth avenue

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