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Ignasi Monreal Unveils Lifelike Paintings for "Plats Bruts" Exhibition

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Ignasi Monreal is a multifaceted artist beloved by the high fashion world. His masterful ability to digitally paint pieces evoking Renaissance era masterpieces has caught the attention of major clients for commissions such as Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Four Season and JW Anderson. After months of relentless commercial work, the Spanish artist finally found time […]

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KAWS Announces Release of Upcoming Collectible Figure

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After dropping Companion Blush figures for Valentine’s Day, KAWS recently revealed the release of an upcoming collectible figure. Taking to Instagram, the famed artist revealed a black and white tabletop take on his widely exhibited Along the Way artwork from 2013 along with the caption “ALONG THE WAY So windy in NY today.. Soon at KAWSONE.com.” The figure is modeled after KAWS’ evocative […]

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Renowned Artist Derrick Adams Explores "Interior Life" in Latest Exhibition

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Seminal American artist Derrick Adams is widely-recognized for his vivid paintings, collages, and assemblages that touch upon socio-political issues and pop culture. The multifaceted creative is the subject of a new exhibition at New York City’s Luxembourg & Dayan gallery. Organized by renowned art curator Francesco Bonami, the show entitled “Interior Life” sees new portraits […]

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Apple Reveals Winners of Shot on iPhone Challenge

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Apple has crowned the winners of its Shot on iPhone Challenge, highlighting the worlds best mobile photographers who, combined, captured a mixture of vast natural landscapes and contrasting reflections of the modern day. Standouts include Alex Jiang’s iPhone Xs Max shot of a color-clad highrise set against an equally bright basketball court, capturing the narratives of local […]

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Take a Look Into the Photography Retrospective Honoring Karl Lagerfeld's Legacy

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Although the late Karl Lagerfeld’s legacy is already cemented, Galerie Gmurzynska continues to highlight the multi-faceted personality’s devotion to the fine arts. The Zurich-based gallery and long-time collaborator of Lagerfeld’s has mounted a spontaneous photography retrospective entitled “Homage to Karl Lagerfeld, 30 Years of Photography” in honor of the icon. The exhibition features three decades worth of photographic work from the creative […]

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Frank Ocean's 2016 'Boys Don't Cry' Magazine Receives a Reissue

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If you were unable to grab a copy of Frank Ocean’s Boys Don’t Cry a few years back, this is your chance. The limited-edition magazine is now up for purchase on his newly opened online store, along with a new double-sided Blonded Radio poster. First dropping in conjunction with his 2016 album Blonde, Boys Don’t Cry features contributions from […]

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Takashi Murakami Unveils New Works for LA-Based "GYATEI²" Exhibition

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Just last week it was unveiled that Takashi Murakami would be returning to the prestigious Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles to begin his new “GYATEI²” exhibition, featuring a range of new works by the famed pop artist. Over the weekend, Murakami dedicated a variety of Instagram posts to explain much of these new pieces, showcasing the meaning […]

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Stunning Photos From International Landscape Photographer of the Year Contest

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The winners of the fifth International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been announced. From photos of majestic mountains to captures of dense woodlands, there were a total of 3,000 entries from photographers across the globe. The “Photographer of the Year” winner was Adam Gibbs from Canada for his striking photos of woodland scenes […]

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Rone's 'Empire' Features Massive Murals Inside Abandoned Australian Mansion

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Internationally-acclaimed street artist and muralist Rone just completed a massive project entitled Empire. The Melbourne creative’s sprawling new installation is located inside an abandoned mansion located in Sherbrooke, Australia. It took over 12 months to complete the giant endeavor that features large-scale mural portraits painted on the walls inside the establishment’s dilapidated rooms. The project […]

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Desert X: Must-See Art Installations Across California's Coachella Valley

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The second edition of the Desert X biennial art festival has returned to Southern California’s Coachella Valley. A fresh new bulk of site-specific installations are scattered across the vast desert region. These progressive works were created by 18 of the world’s most progressive international artists such as Sterling Ruby, Jenny Holzer, John Gerrard, Pia Camil, […]

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