Georgia O’Keeffe’s calculating sense of style is on view at the Peabody Essex Museum through April 1.
The South African artist, who’s based in Berlin, is exhibiting new work at the gallery in Chelsea.
After the discussion, guests were encouraged to check out the “Is Fashion Modern?” exhibition in the galleries above.
A selection of the late artist’s work is the focus of simultaneous exhibits at Perrotin and Nahmad Contemporary in New York, and Simon Lee Gallery in London.
The influential collective looks to make Dis.Art, “the PBS for Generation Z.”
With a new installation set for the Westfield World Trade Center, Marilyn Minter is creating all new work for a May show at Regen Projects.
The timing of the launch was scheduled to coincide with the first anniversary of the Trump inauguration and the Women’s March.
While brands like Gucci, Dior and Nike has tied into the graffiti trend, street artists will discuss the ins and outs of preserving street art and the pitfalls of removing it for profit.
A Heartwear pop-up shop is being planned for the Paris gallery to highlight the work of artisans who are trying to create sustainable businesses.
Kiosk founder Alisa Grifo is now considering introducing a book or a collection.
This year’s finalists include Simone Leigh, Frances Stark and Wu Tsang from the U.S., and Bouchra Khalili from Morocco, Teresa Margolles from Mexico and Emeka Ogboh from Nigeria.
“That’s a loaded question for mummy.”
The multimedia artist, who usually vacates the city before the parties begin, celebrated his bus station/water fountain sculpture at the Design District with a dinner at Mandolin Aegean Bistro.
The event was held during the first Palm Beach Art Weekend, a precursor to Miami Art Basel.