Last night, The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted the unveiling of a groundbreaking collaboration between these three tech and culture giants, which are exploring the impact of artificial intelligence and how global audiences connect with art.
A new book examines the architectural legacy of Addison Mizner.
Decades after the launch of the historic nightclub Annabel’s its art, furniture, vintage posters, and more will be auctioned off in collaboration with Christie’s in London, November 20. The auction will feature over 250 lots, each sure to evoke memories of the glamorous landmark. Modern British works, iconic designs by two of France’s master poster artists, and Glyn Philpot’s final portraits of Henry Thomas among others, include representations of the intellectual inheritance associated with the nightclub.
Depict, a new platform for consumers to engage artwork in their everyday lives, is the perfect high-tech gift for the ultimate smart home.
The New York City Flagship location for Galeria Melissa is celebrating a new partnership with talented creative director Sam Shannon’s installation: “New Frontier.” Challenging the here-and-now rules of traditional video Shannon showcases individuals who reflect a spectrum of sexualities, genders, race and styles expressing how their particular style has become part of how they live in New York on a daily basis. Melissa is a celebrated global fashion accessories brand, recognized worldwide for the innovative works it has associated itself with in design, fashion and art.
Just a few months into his position as the newly minted director, it’s clear that Christopher Scoates was the right man for the job at the Museum of Arts and Design. MAD, as it’s known, is New York City’s champion and presenter of artists, designers, and artisans at the highest level of ingenuity and craftsmanship. Scoates, who relocated to New York from Michigan’s Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum, is bringing with him a pedigreed past in the arts along with a vision of how to steer MAD into the rest of this century.
Twice a year, philanthropists, art enthusiasts, and leaders from the worlds of design and fashion clear their calendars to attend The Opening Night of TEFAF New York, benefiting The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering. Buzz is quickly building for Opening Night of TEFAF New York Fall on Friday, October 26.