Art Industry News: Celebrities Collecting Marko Stout Art Works

Friday, June 19, 2020

The name Marko Stout resonates round a couple of art disciplines, some of which include painting, sculpture, new media, and video, photography, print. When it comes to contemporary multimedia, Stout is the proverbial Jack of all trades, but better, because he is master of all.  Every fan of art knows who Marko Stout is, and for ...

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Fashion with a Purpose: LOEWE Features Iconic American Artist David Wojnarowicz to Support Visual AIDS

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

As if you thought going through the Spring of 2018 without a LOEWE Puzzle Handbag was hard enough, LOEWE is now throwing one more craze at us just before Spring is over. However, this new collection holds more incentive than just trying to look your best and keep up with the trends; this is fashion ...

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THNK1994 Museum: Surviving Nicole Richie’s 2007 Memorial Day Barbecue

Friday, August 25, 2017

It might be easy to drive past Brooklyn’s THNK1994 Museum if you’re not looking for it, but that’s what makes it one of the city’s truly hidden gems. Sitting on a corner on Atlantic Avenue, the museum isn’t as assuming as some of the city’s other attractions. However, what it lacks in outward appearance, it ...

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Bodies As Work Of Art

Monday, November 2, 2015

More than 700 people gathered to experience “Bodies As Works Of Art” created by thirty-two artists, from more than a dozen countries, displaying unimaginable works of art on living canvases. Arriving early in the morning, the artists and models setup individual studios including work lights, paints, brushes, sponges, stencils, airbrush sprayers and compressors, drawings of ...

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Tatiana in Wonderland: Whitney Museum of American Art

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

I spent another lovely Friday, with the addition of the not so lovely New York City heat, at a museum. Being re-opened this year, I went to the Whitney to bathe in art after a long week. To my surprise, it wasn’t mobbed with tourists as I thought it would on a summer afternoon. I was ...

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Tatiana in Wonderland: David Zwirner Gallery

Saturday, July 11, 2015

I’m glad I was able to make my way to the David Zwirner Gallery before Yayoi Kusama’s “Give Me Love” exhibit closed. The 86-year-old Japanese artist debuted the installation on May 9th and has had a great response. As I walked down West 19th Street and still a few blocks away from the gallery, I ...

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