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
Biarritz, Europe’s surf capital since the 1950s, has managed to it retain its scruffy coolness.
Amazing! I just looked at the weather report in Paris and the sun is still shinning like crazy. No wonder some people are taking advantage of this very unusual situation for the season (I actually took this photo at Parc des Buttes Chaumont right before my departure). FYI, it appears that it is forbidden not to wear a shirt in Paris, even if it’s very hot (only seaside cities allow it), but I suppose that in this kind of situations (a park) there is not risk of getting a ticket.
If you don’t believe that fashion is a religious sect unto itself—and a fast-growing one at that—well, maybe you should pray a little harder. Need you be reminded that today’s most awe-inspiring transfigurations are achieved by supermodels, not saints
Aston Martin celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the iconic DB4GT Zagato by displaying one of the original cars alongside the company’s world renowned line-up of sports cars at Geneva Motor show.
Europe’s largest metropolis is the city of contrasts, trendsetting yet traditional at the same time.