Nestled on a quiet road in New Canaan, Connecticut, is the unexpected mecca of art and design that is Philip Johnson's Glass House. Having hosted some of the greatest artists of our time, including Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Frank Stella, this 49-acre, 14 structure pastoral campus carries out its legacy of supporting the arts.
Since its inception in 1993, amfAR Gala Cannes has become one of the most star-studded benefit events in the world, raising millions in the fight against AIDS.
Check out our 8 facts in honor of the event's 25th anniversary.
KAWS opens up his studio to the teens of Henry Street Settlement.
We catch up with Joe Havel, director of the Glassell School of Art and their Core Program since 1993. Learn about the School's latest innovations, Havel's unlikely artistic partner, and a dream home in the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.
Paddle8 is a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects.
We jump on the text with artist WRDSMTH to chat about what inspires his pithy prose filled art, taking up residence in the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris, and supporting Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School in championing a progressive education for our youth.
Chatting with artist David Humphrey about moving in to Sir John Soane's house in London, his wild new works, and the vital role BOMB magazine continues to play in championing the voice of artists across the years.
We chat with fashion consultant and stylist Stacy London about the magic of Pioneer Works, styling Lee Krasner, and taking up residence in the Musée de Picasso in Paris.
We chat with curator Racquel Chevremont about the life-saving work of the LGBT Community Center in NYC.
It's time to get mystical! We look to the planets and the stars to decode our favorite boys of the zodiac.
We text with the co-founder of London's The Little Black Gallery–and curator of the Boys! Boys! Boys! auction–Ghislain Pascal about being photographed by Tom Bianchi, collecting queer art, and sharing the love for French President Emmanuel Macron.
For tips on what not to miss and how to survive the art world's version of NY Fashion week, we turn to our intrepid Contemporary Art Specialists, Megan Mulrooney and Simone Shields for their Armory Week Top Eight:
We jump on the text with photographer extraordinaire Lola Flash to chat about wooing Amy Sherald into updating a Renoir painting, the dream of photographing Alicia Keys, and the crucial initiatives of Pen + Brush to assure women always have a seat at the table.
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