Kehinde Wiley, who has been exhibiting his paintings since 2008, has been a well-known figure in the art world for his vibrant and referential portraits of African, African-American and Israeli men. Now he veers into a new direction, focusing his most recent series of works—which make up his solo exhibition, An Economy of Grace at Sean Kelly Gallery—solely on African-American women from New York
A cultural icon is defined by steadfast allegiance to an unchanging image—throw a brunette wig on Marilyn Monroe, and the illusion is destroyed.
This Life Ball, Dsquared² Dean and Dan Caten presented a dazzling fashion spectacular for the annual show held in Vienna on May 21st in occasion of the 19th edition of the Life Ball. Unique looks created by the brothers, the brand’s founders and designers, will lively up this unique charity event (one of the largest and […]
Steve Harrington is opening a show up at Beams in Tokyo on the 18th of May. All proceeds from sales of artwork will be donated to tsunami victims