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GRINDR's Pride Week Art Party: SLUMBR
What, one may ask, does "black tie pajama" entail? That was a question on many guests' minds as they prepared for an uncommon Pride party in NYC this weekend. SLUMBR, set at The Standard, High Line (within their now-iconic The Top of the Standard...
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Venice Biennale 2016: "LifeObject"
by Ari Samuel In tune with this year’s “Reporting from the Front” theme commissioned by Venice Biennale Chief Curator Alejandro Aravena, the Israel Pavilion unveiled "LifeObject," an immersive and stimulating exhibition analyzing the synergy...
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Chamber's Collection #2 "Progressland" Exhibition
A transportive exhibition of uncommon design items and beyond, "Progressland" at Chelsea's Chamber Gallery sees a return of guest curator Andrew Zuckerman for a second installment of his hand-selected "collection." The multi-disciplinary creator has...
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Painter Ryan Hewett's Preview Exhibition at Unit London
By Joanna Della-Ragione Muted color palettes, thick impasto and distorted features are all common elements of Ryan Hewett’s recent work, marking a new direction for the South African painter. Best known for his iconic portraits of notable figures...
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Galerie Perrotin
At the cutting-edge of contemporary art, Paris' Galerie Perrotin has continued to keep artists like JR, Daniel Arsham and Maurizio Cattelan atop cultural consciousness. Their magnificent two-floor space in the Marais would be an architectural destination...
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Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. Chicago's Proposed Aerial Cable Car System While some cities are considering self-driving pods or improved water ferry routes (like Singapore and NYC respectively), Chicago is looking to the sky to transport its citizens. Architecture firms...
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Jillian Mayer's "Day Off" at David Castillo Gallery, Miami
Virtual reality might be the next greatest step in storytelling but artist and filmmaker Jillian Mayer already observes something askew—a separation of person and environment that has very comical implications. In her latest gallery exhibition, "Day...
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"The Olsen Twins Hiding From the Paparazzi" Exhibition in NYC
The Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Museum, composed of art curators Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen, began in a hallway in their apartment. In fact, that permanent exhibition still stands but the duo has expanded their reach with a brand new...
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Paula Crown's Multi-Sensory "Bearings Down" Exhibition
As with all globally acclaimed art fairs, some of the best work can be spied at tangential showcases. This holds true for Chicago-based multimedia artist Paula Crown's "Bearings Down" exhibition. For anyone venturing to the Dallas Art Fair this...
STYLE
'Reigning Men' at LACMA
Currently at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), rain pours down inside and men fill the galleries. On the first floor of BCAM, Random International’s Rain Room continues its global frenzy and naturally become one of LA’s most popular...
DESIGN
Milan Design Week 2016: Nike's The Nature of Motion Exhibition
An early standout at this year's Milan Design Week, Nike's "The Future of Motion" exhibition showcases some eye-popping works from 10 contemporary artists and designers. The display, which crosses multiple media and sensory experiences, tackles many...
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Prune Nourry's Immersive "Anima" Exhibition at The Invisible Dog
For eight years now, sculptor Prune Nourry has been fascinated by what she refers to as "the frontier between the human and the animal." This exploration, as well as the concept of soul, has infused her works from inspiration to execution. Her...
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Inside Carpenters Workshop Gallery's NYC Exhibition Space
In addition to their Mayfair and Marais locations, Carpenters Workshop Gallery recently opened a midtown, NYC location to showcase the curiosities they've come top exhibit over the years. Commencing on the 19th floor of the iconic (and recently renovated...
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London Calls This 2016
While CH usually keeps an eye out for hole-in-the-wall places and events when traveling, it's oftentimes just as invigorating (even cathartic) to let your inner fanboy/girl out in unfamiliar places. There's perhaps no better city to do this than London...
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Introducing the Dubai Photo Exhibition
A staggering 868 photographic works grace four large temporary structures currently standing in the middle of Dubai's Design District. These pieces—drawn from 23 different countries—demonstrate the value of the inaugural Dubai Photo Exhibition. A thorough...
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Kristen Liu Wong + Luke Pelletier's "Hanging Out" at Superchief Gallery, Brooklyn
LA-based artists Luke Pelletier and Kristen Liu Wong have shown artwork together before, but never quite like what they're doing at Greenpoint, Brooklyn's Superchief Gallery. Their pieces do not simply hang beside one another on the black walls of...
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Kristen Morgin's "My Best To You, Little Girl-Boy" at Anthony Meier Fine Arts
With iconography, nostalgia and sentiment as entry points, a curious new exhibition known as "My Best To You, Little Girl-Boy" continues to unfurl with deeper inspection. The show—LA-based artist Kristen Morgin's first with SF's Anthony Meier Fine...
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Link About It: This Week's Pick
1. Harper Lee, Author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Has Died Few works of fiction have carried as much of a resounding impact as Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Beyond its commercial success, the book introduced an array of beloved characters...
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London's ONGallery + Poliform Present "On Form"
In 2014, Peter Neilson founded digital platform ONGallery to bring exclusive artwork (some from acclaimed creators, others from emerging talent) directly to consumers—at a reasonable price. This coming Tuesday and Wednesday, ONGallery, in partnership...
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