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“Achairisatreeisachair” (2017), image by Roman März Polish artist Alicja Kwade carves into tree trunks to create 3/4-formed stools and chairs that balance with the support of the unfinished segments of wood. The carved furniture would be simple in its construction if taken out of context, but in conjunction with the tree trunks the pieces exist in a liminal space between design object and source material. Kwade’s carved furniture is currently exhibited

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new york city’s new museum presents ‘nari ward: we the people,’ an exhibition featuring over thirty works spanning the artist’s twenty-five year career. the pieces include sculptures, paintings, videos, and large-scale installations which serve to highlight ward’s status among the most important and influential contemporary sculptors. since the early 1990s, the new york based artist has produced his works with a collection of found materials repurposed in unexpected ways. his approach is expressive of

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throughout his practice, and particularly prevalent in his recent artistic investigations, tomás saraceno works closely with a unique class of collaborators: spiders. from march 7-17, 2019, the house of rolls-royce is debuting a new project by the argentine artist at the 2019 geneva motor show, which sees saraceno create an artwork with a spider. entitled ‘hybrid dark solitary semi-social cluster BD–15 3966 built by: a duet of nephila edulis – six weeks, a quintet of cyrtophora

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Image by Agustín Ríos Art center Centro del Carmen in Valencia, Spain is currently hosting Evreka, a large solo exhibition by local artist duo PichiAvo (previously). Through this landmark showcase, the artists present their renowned Urbanmythology style that blends the dynamics, immediacy, and uncompromising attitude of graffiti along with the traditional quality and timeless appearance of ancient Greek and Roman cultures. Dominated by a massive sliced and tagged Greek pillar, the

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It's no secret that some of the most iconic pieces of the '90s have found their way into today's street-style scene. Hair clips, which have been championed by the likes of Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, pay subtle homage to the decade, while Sienna Miller's yellow plaid coat an outerwear staple that's bound to conjure up thoughts of Cher Horowitz is a much bolder way to channel the decade. Regardless

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Everyone loves a bold print, but none more than Emma Roberts. The American Horror Story actor is so trend-forward, in fact, that the only way to take her looks to the next level is to wear two totally different patterns at once. Emma Roberts' animal and floral print outfit makes it perfectly acceptable to clash. On Tues., the 28-year-old took a risk with her Louis Vuitton outfit at the designer's Fall/Winter

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Fin DAC is still in Melbourne, Australia having just completed the second of 2 murals. This one is in the Brunswick district of the city on Sunshine Lane. The artist has spent 4 long days there completing Wajahbaru: an Indonesian inspired piece featuring an insane amount of detailed beadwork from the Toraja region and muse Heidi Chaloupka whose family hail from there. Fin tells us his next destination is Mount Gambier, where

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Welcome to March, a month that manages to squeeze a whole lot of exciting events into just 31 days. The first day of spring finally arrives (It's the 20th mark your calendar), and in no order of importance, Daylight Savings, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day, and International Women's Day all occur over the next few weeks. But what does all of that mean for your dressing needs? If you're feeling

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The final leg of Fashion Month, a four-week marathon of shows, presentations, and general sartorial merriment that spans two continents, is here. And while some of the season's most anticipated shows are on the docket in the City of Lights think: Jacquemus, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Celine, just to name a few everyone knows that the best outfit inspiration comes from outside the shows, whether they're held in the

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With temperatures in the 50s and rain showers predicted ahead, spring has very much sprung in Paris. The reality of this is partially envy-inducing given how cold it still is in New York, but primarily useful in that it means the street style outfits parading around for fashion week are ideal wardrobe inspiration for the transitional weather that looms tantalizingly around the corner. Extra ideal, in fact, because Paris street

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