The Montreal-based artist discusses how she got started in sculpture and where she finds inspiration.
Dom Pérignon’s recent Révélations experience bridges cultures by uncorking new vintages over fine dining and conversation.
Through its partnership with Frieze—the trend-setting platform for contemporary art that publishes three magazines and hosts art fairs around the world—Breguet is giving back to the artistic community.
Thomas Demand’s new exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Toronto, showcases the artist’s signature large-scale photographs of three-dimensional paper and cardboard models of scenes, rooms, and spaces lodged in the public memory.
This season, Christian Dior has invited 12 artists to reimagine the iconic design of the Lady Dior handbag. The famous bag represents a timeless legacy that has been repeatedly reinterpreted over the years. The artists for this year’s collaboration have been given carte blanche to explore their creativity and idiosyncrasies.
Among China’s generation of emerging artists, women are a driving force, even if they have yet to receive their share of the spotlight.
When Tom Sachs was eight years old, his father wanted a camera. Since the camera was too expensive to buy, the young Sachs made him one of clay instead. Since the boy went on to become a famous sculptor, one might dare to guess that the clay version was way cooler than the original.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Suzanne Valadon has been associated with the streets of Montmartre— from the days of the Paris Commune in 1871, far beyond her death in 1938, to the present day.
She doesn’t like labels and her work defies categorization. Meet Christine Boswijk.