When Beyond The Streets bows at Werkartz this spring, work from Stay High 149, Kilroy Was Here, Martha Cooper Maripol, Jenny Holzer, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Dash Snow, Jean-Michel Basquiat and others.
The custom gold gown took 10 days to make, according to designers Falguni and Shane Peacock.
Less than a day after an influential curator and consultant called for a boycott, H&M executives withdrew a copyright lawsuit.
Artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe drew inspiration for the Chinatown space from a Sixties hippie commune and spiders on drugs.
The Fund, which commissions and produces public art projects nationwide, honored Jeff Koons and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn.
A hardworking artist, jewelry designer and fashion innovator, Mia Fonssagrives-Solow is a big believer in constant motion.
‘Martha’s Flowers’ was cowritten by Kevin Sharkey, who filled porcelain pieces from the David and Peggy Rockefeller collection with flowers for the affair.
“In a way this work as also a kind of celebration and a tribute as well to migrants,” says the artist.
The pop-up will operate as a concept store, giving emerging artists the chance to display and sell their work.
The artist transforms sand into functional objects from his studio in East New York.
The Danziger Gallery is featuring the seldom-seen photographs of Antonio Lopez through April 28 in its Rivington Street space.
The designer knows how to work a room, having hosted his “Moderate to Severe” cabaret at the Café Carlyle earlier this year. That will go on tour later this year.
The Darren Almond artwork will be displayed at the Bond Street Elizabeth Line station.
Through another tie-up with the University of Technology in the Netherlands, van Herpen is helping to advance 3-D printing and other techniques.