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In the group show “Parergon: Japanese Art of the 1980s and 1990s,” Blum & Poe offers a survey of the country’s practitioners of two decades. “Part 1” is currently being held at the Los Angeles gallery, with Noboru Tsubaki, Yukinori Yanagi, and Tsuyoshi Ozawa are among the artists featured in the show. “Part 1” and “Part 2” are curated by Mika Yoshitake. Noboru Tsubaki Tsuyoshi Ozawa Yukinori Yanagi Tatsuo Miyajima “‘Parergon’ brings together some of the most

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jose dávila has synthesized vertical compositions out of recurrent elements present in sculptural language throughout the history of western art. adopting the cut-up technique developed and used by william s. burroughs and brion gysin to create new writings with cropped and rearranged texts, the guadalajara-based artist has formed totem-like columns that reflect the various aspirations in sculptural art throughout the centuries. all images courtesy of jose dávila presented within the villanueva pavilion at the royal botanical

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Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of Chanel who died today at the age of 85, was a Renaissance man. In addition to his day job churning out numerous collections a year for Chanel, Fendi, and his own eponymous label, he managed to forge a multitude of admired mini careers. He was a photographer, a publisher, a stylist, an illustrator, a gallerist, a director, a curator, a costume designer, and a

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Currently on display at the Menil Drawing Institute in Houston is an extensive two-part survey of the three-decades-long drawing practice of Roni Horn. During the 1980s, a variety of media was practiced by the artists, but painting was quite dominant due to an increasing interest of collectors around the globe. Despite the potential market value of their works, certain artists decided to pursue more conceptual, introspective, intimate and even slightly marginal approaches in

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Lisa Morales visited the 2019 edition of Art Wynwood and has some exclusive coverage of yet another exciting exhibition in Miami. Art Wynwood wrapped up its eighth edition at the close of a very busy President’s Day Weekend (February 15th to 18th, 2019), Other major events that also took place on the long weekend, didn’t deter a steady crowd of art collectors, curators, advisors and enthusiasts from visiting. Situated on a very

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Paola Idrontino's massive textile sculpture “Evanescent” depicts the scourge of coral bleaching in the world’s oceans, brought on by climate change. The work, which took years to complete, was recently on display at Museu del Disseny de Barcelona. Idrontino's practice includes textiles, wearable art, and photography. “After setting up my sculpture I was absolutely amazed,” the artist says, in a post about the work. “I worked on this piece for two

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SCAF The Pow! Wow! mural festival recently headed back to Hawaii for its ninth year there. This year's line-up include Amy Sol, Logan Hicks, Joao Ruas, Michael Reeder, and several others. See a few selections from across the festival below. Lauren YS and ONEQ João Ruas Michael Reeder The festival takes over the Kaka’ako district of Honolulu, in particular. Other locations for the expanding festival include U.S. spots, New Zealand, Taiwan, Israel, Singapore, and several

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At 1-54 art fair in Marrakech this week, discover a groundbreaking group of self-taught artists from the ancient port city of Essaouira who work day jobs as fishermen and carpenters. Words by Charlotte Jansen Abdelmalek Berhiss was born in a small village, near the ancient port city of Essaouira, in 1971. In the 1970s, Essaouira—a city with a rich tapestry of intertwined cultures dating back to antiquity—had become a hotspot for Western hippies. Jimi Hendrix

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New York Fashion Week is the first major stop on the Fashion Month circuit followed closely by London, Milan, and finally Paris. This means the city is a sartorial harbinger, forecasting first what you'll be wearing in the months ahead. For Fall/Winter 2019, New York Fashion Week's runway trends are a look right now at what you can expect to be shopping (and wearing) six months down the line.

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From a beauty standpoint, there's always been a sort of fascination with '70s beauty trends. From the disco hair to the Farrah Fawcett waves, the gilded eye makeup to the gorgeously bronzed makeup hues, the hair and makeup has always been the stuff of fantasy. Who hasn't looked back at their mother's old photos and thought, "I wouldn't mind rocking this look in 2019?" Well, at the Fall/Winter 2019 shows during

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