AN ART SHOW INSPIRED BY BLACK SWAN EXAMINES THE FRAGILE SUBCONSCIOUS
“Classical music is dying,” Hahn-Bin says flatly. The Korea-born, New York–based, Juilliard-trained violinist would know.
The digital age has fundamentally changed traditional notions of who we are and how we wish to be perceived.
St. Petersburg, Florida, has long been known as God’s waiting room because of its abundance of retirees. But the city’s sleepy reputation will get a boost on January 11, when the Salvador Dali Museum opens in a dramatic new building designed by Yann Weymouth, the powerhouse architect who helped create the glass pyramid at the...
Architect: Leeser Architecture Location: Astoria, New York
The annual gala at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles has become not just one of the most important events in the art world but also among the most fun.
Celebrated Greek choreographer Konstantinos Rigos has been long experimenting with Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, trying to interpret in his trademark way his ballets.
In the midst of Fashion Week season, a film is released that puts fashion in the background to talk about love.
The Halcyon Gallery welcomes Griffiths and his photorealistic paintings, exploring fame, nationalism and mass consumerism
A unique film collaboration between Benjamin Millipied and Y-3 for The Last Magazine, a publication dedicated to next generation art, fashion and culture, will be shown on the respective websites and Y-3 stores worldwide.
From 8 September 2010 until 13 February 2011, the MoMu–Fashion Museum in Antwerp will present a retrospective exhibition of the work of British milliner Stephen Jones. This autumn, Jones celebrates the 30th anniversary
Dance maverick Stephen Petronio is known for his groundbreaking performances, which don’t shy away from topics as diverse as political activism, conflicting emotions and sexuality.
17 May to 13 September 2009 This summer, the Scheringa Museum of Realist Art in Spanbroek will organise the first European museum exhibition solely devoted to the American painter Terry Rodgers (1947). Rodgers, who exhibits his work around the world, is as talented as he is controversial. His very realistic and dynamic figurative pieces depict...