This year’s show opened to the public today and boasts a slew of new artists and genres.
The fifth edition of the alternative show offers an intimate scale and collaborative environment.
Plus, who put Anna Wintour in the second row, how many Swarovski crystals it took to create the Oscars set and more, as we run the numbers from the last week in style and culture.
Universally panned upon its release in 1994, Shaq Fu has since become a cult classic precisely because of the dominant consensus: that it’s one of the worst games of all time. But we know a couple of guys who disagree: Wavves’ Nathan Williams and Garrett Stevenson of punk band Trash Talk, who are fans from way back.
At SoHo’s Suzanne Geiss Company, the act of looking itself is on display with two exhibitions now on view from New York-based artist Molly Lowe and LA’s Molly Surno.
Jean Pigozzi’s World Friday, March 7, 2014 Steve Jobs kicking back in his Birkenstocks, Diane von Furstenberg sipping a beer in Venice and the private dinners of ‘the supers’ are all uncovered in Jean Pigozzi’s secret stash of photographs. My World is a fly-on-the-wall visual journal from the art lover, collector and entrepreneur, showing at Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art from next week. “It’s an insight into my life over the last 30 years,” muses Pigozzi, who studied film and photography at Harvard, and whose work features in the permanent collections of MoMA and Centre Pompidou.
The dissonant humor and beauty of the sculptor Erwin Wurm’s biomorphic riffs are also present in his home, where blue-chip art, grand architectural space and his own whimsical work create an odd harmony.
The personal collection of the influential art dealer Alexander Iolas goes on view at New York’s Paul Kasmin Gallery.
The designer Dries Van Noten creates an original collage inspired by his upcoming museum exhibition.
A charming and dramatic weekend escape