Another of my favorite segments of Art 21 features Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang.
The theme of power pervades the ideas and concerns of contemporary artists.
Do watch. You’ll be glad you did. Cheers.
"William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible" gives viewers an intimate look into the mind and…
"It’s always been in between the things I thought I was doing that the real work has happened"—William Kentridge
A day before Thanksgiving, I find myself thankful for many things and for many people—among who are the artists who inspire my work. William Kentridge in many senses is one such artist whose work has been pivotal to the development of my artistic vision and my process.
Always allowing a sense of play to influence the emergence/direction of an idea, his work is not only beautiful but also intellectually invigorating.
Today, Stillfried Wien claimed the superlative of being my favorite furniture gallery in NYC. Located in Tribeca, you’ll find in this showroom a well curated selection of vintage and contemporary Austrian, German, and Swiss designs (not to mention a rad interior by Kim+Heep). Well done, Anna and Michael Trubrig!
I say this can be applied to post- Giuliani NYC. At least to our beloved Bed-Stuy. Bottoms up.
Well, I’m speechless.
The Gabriel Chandelier is the first permanent contemporary piece installed in the Château de Versailles and hangs over the Gabriel Staircase at the main entrance to the palace.
Measuring 12 meters in hight and weighing half a tonne, the chandelier manufactured by crystal brand Swarovski, is composed of 800 crystal modules. These pieces are threaded around a stainless steel skeleton containing a led lighting system.