Basquiat & Warhol and Downtown’s It Crowd

Basquiat & Warhol and Downtown’s It Crowd

The 1980s was arguably the most exciting time for artists in Downtown New York, and photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron was there to capture so many of the big names from that lush and fertile era, including Warhol, Haring, Basquiat, and Sherman. Her black and...
Kei Ninomiya at Noir

Kei Ninomiya at Noir

Kei Ninomiya at Noir proved again that If there is an heir apparent to Rei Kawakubo, he is it. His show featured garments of otherworldly complexity that pushed the envelope to outer space. The theme was “The Beginning,” going back to what he backstage said was...
“Lighting”

“Lighting”

by Pyotr Pavlensky. In the early hours of Oct. 16, 2017, Pavlensky set fire to the ground-floor windows of a branch of the Banque de France on the Place de la Bastille. “Institutions of power are oppressive, yet they are also oddly vulnerable to someone who...
WIM WENDERS’ “(E)MOTION” INSTALLATION

WIM WENDERS’ “(E)MOTION” INSTALLATION

WIM WENDERS presents “(E)motion”, a site-specific visual installation and the first collective exhibition of his work. Scenes from movies including “Paris, Texas”, “Wings of Desire”, “Pina”, “Buena Vista Social Club” and “Until the World Ends” are projected on the...
KAWS:HOLIDAY

KAWS:HOLIDAY

Following projects in Taipei and Seoul, the 37-meter-long KAWS:HOLIDAY Companion is set to dock in Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong. The KAWS:HOLIDAY sculpture is the largest reclining Companion ever. Once again the project has been created in collaboration with...