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Moonchildren Ingrid Williams and Lieke Van Der Hoon play in a conceptual playground.
Taliesin West was Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and school in the desert from 1937 until his death in 1959.
One year after the terroristic attacks Paris Photo 2016 is another jewel in the crown of Paris’s creative rebirth.
Ilaria Taschini pictures Sasha Belayaeva as a contemporary forest nymph.
The independent art project inspired by Calvino’s Invisible Cities rocked Artissima 2016.
Introducing the ultimate avant-garde shopping destination in Moscow.
Emiliano Maggi creates a surreal orchestra that reproduces the appearance and function of a respiratory system for Artissima 2016.
Do courtesans dream of electric sheeps?
The art of Robert Wilson goes far beyond theatre.
Deconstructed power dressign with a 90’s feeling.
The second editon of the fair breathes new air into Paris’ conservative art scene.
Holiday captures the essence of places and countries through written and visual poetry.
The 4th edition of Nadia Candet’s ephemeral exhibition launched in Paris.
A casual encounter between two strangers inspires Ink Hong Kong seasonal advertorial.
The French artist takes over Jean-Marie Rossi’s antiques gallery in Paris
Yohji Yamamoto sets the mood for a perfect storm.
American artist Jonathan Monaghan challenges the boundaries between fiction, reality and virtual world with his new solo exhibition at 22,48 m2 gallery.
A subtle homage to Tom Hardy’s literary masterpiece.
J.W. Anderson breathes new life into Elizabethan era.
The Greek-born artist inaugrates a solo show in a suggestive 18th-century church in Rome.
Alessandro Michele filters reality through the faded mirror of illusion.
A round up on the 28th edition of the Biennale des Antiquaires.
Childlike imagination inspires a tale of dark romance with Spanish flare.
AD Intérieurs unveils the real and imaginary collections of 14 internationally renowned interior designers.
The German artist gives his own interpretation of a painting show through his upcoming solo exhibition at 303 Gallery in New York.
Exotic fantasies and everyday experiences inspire a precious zoo made of silver and rare gems.
A masterful expression of the sauvage combined with accents of quintessentially Parisian taste.
Toogood finds inspiration through recirculation.
Tasturo Horikawa of Julius pays homage to Regis and his Donwards record.