The most important exhibition of the 19th-century French painter’s work in Canada in over two decades makes its only North American pit-stop.
More than just a walk down memory lane, this exhibit explores the sociocultural shifts of the sixties and the impact they had on the present.
Montreal’s jet-set apparel brand has amassed a significant following for its understated but considered practical leather goods.
The Italian fashion house has undertaken the restoration of Roman fountains in a project billed Fendi for Fountains.
Ever since the illustrious U.S. art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney launched the Whitney Biennial in New York in 1932, this venerable survey of contemporary art in America has become the Holy Grail for up-and-coming artists looking to snag a spot in this coveted exhibition lineup and take their shot at fame and fortune.
Once dubbed the “Hustler with a Hasselblad,” American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe never played it safe behind a camera—or in front of it.