Pyotr Pavlensky

Russian Protest Art Goes on View

'Art Riot' explores Russian protest art over the past 25 years — timely, in that this year marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and many of the issues that artists face in post-communist Russia are comparable to those in 1917, particularly individual freedom versus political ideology.

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Nov 16, 2017 17:00:00
Rick Owens

Rick Owens' Head to Be Examined

Rick Owens is a rarity in fashion in that he is both a showman and a philosopher, as able to stage Paris' more theatrical runway shows as ponder his own mortality. Now the designer has secured a major exhibition in which to showcase his multifaceted work, the first of its kind.

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Nov 07, 2017 16:53:00
Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama Returns to New York

David Zwirner galleries in New York present Festival of Life, a major exhibition of new and recent work by celebrated Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, fresh off her blockbuster showing in D.C.

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Nov 03, 2017 11:56:00
Bob Mizer AMG

The Cheeky Homoerotica of Bob Mizer

Bob Mizer began his photographic career in 1942, focusing on men as the objects of desire, mastering a sensual, campy style all his own. He gave equal attention to the muscular aesthetic of bodybuilders as the fresh-faced boy next door, creating a new male erotic ideal.

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Sep 28, 2017 20:53:00
Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez's Instamatics Were the Stuff of Legend

A spritely fixture on the New York and Paris fashion scene in the 1970s, Antonio Lopez primarily worked as an illustrator for the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle. For kicks, he bought an Instamatic camera to capture his famous social swirl — Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent, Divine, Grace Jones, Paloma Picasso, Jessica Lange — thus keeping a kind of visual diary of the era.

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Jun 08, 2017 12:24:00
Andy Warhol's Polaroids

Andy Warhol and his Celebrated Polaroids

From the late 1950s until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol toted a Polaroid camera with him wherever he went. He was thus able and eager to capture the barrage of famous faces — his own included — and fleeting moments that swirled around him with every step. Not even his private time was off-limits.

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May 27, 2017 12:50:00
David Bowie by Tony McGee

David Bowie at His Most 80s

In 1983, David Bowie was introduced to photographer Tony McGee by Jerry Hall at a cocktail party. Days later, Bowie’s record label was asking McGee to shoot the publicity for Bowie’s Let’s Dance tour, which led to six shoots stretching well into the 90s and a 30-year friendship.

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May 09, 2017 20:42:00
Iggy Pop Life Class

Shock of the Nude

Back in February 2016, Iggy Pop sat for 21 drawing students in a nude life class, in collaboration with Turner Prize-winning British artist Jeremy Deller. Now, the drawings have gone on display at the Brooklyn Museum, along with other, historical works depicting the male body.

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May 05, 2017 14:57:00
Iris van Herpen

A Fashion Pioneer Goes West

No one creates high-tech, bio-diverse demi-couture like Iris van Herpen. Having spent a year at Alexander McQueen before starting her own label, the Dutch designer has always explored the intersection of fashion, art, and technology. This fascination has caught the eye of like-minded musicians including Bjork, who wore a van Herpen creation on the cover of Biophilia, while Lady Gaga has donned numerous van Herpen designs.

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May 02, 2017 14:14:00

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