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Yayoi Kusama’s “The Obliteration Room” installation at David Zwirner Gallery, NY

A new version of Yayoi Kusama’s legendary installation “The Obliteration Room” has taken over David Zwirner Gallery, New York, as part of her “Give Me Love” exhibition that is on view in two spaces, …

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Paul Smith presents “The Secret Life of the Pencil”

A new exhibition at Paul Smith’s No.9 Albemarle Street flagship store examines the creative universe hidden behind one of the most important tools of expression: the humble pencil. Titled “The Secret…

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Phoebe English’s “Floating, Falling, Drowning, Flying” exhibition

London-based designer Phoebe English, known for her experimentations with construction and textile techniques, has taken over NOW Gallery in South-East London with an exhibition that casts light on t…

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The Belgians: An Unexpected Fashion Story

The Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, Belgium’s oldest and largest arts centre, dedicates a major exhibition to the DNA of Belgian fashion and its contribution to the international fashion scene. Titled “T…

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Selfridges and The Art Room come together for Re-Work It Charity Project

Selfridges has brought together more than 90 artists and designers, among them Tom Dixon, Paul Smith, Hervé Léger, Lulu Guinness, Charlotte Olympia, Designers Guild, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Al…

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Alex Katz collaborates with Barneys New York and Art Production Fund

Barneys New York has collaborated with American figurative painter Alex Katz and the Art Production Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to commissioning and producing ambitious public art projec…

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Acqua di Parma’s “I’ll Be There Forever – The Sense of Classic” exhibition in Milan

Acqua di Parma, the prestigious Italian company known for its extraordinary perfumes and candles, inaugurated some days ago in Milan its first ever contemporary art exhibition, titled “I’ll Be There …

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The artful ponchos of Pia Camil

Mexican artist Pia Camil impressed art critics, fairgoers and fashion lovers during the latest edition of Frieze New York with her “Wearing-Watching” project, which included 800 colorful ponchos that…

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Arty manhole covers take over the streets of Milan

Twenty-four of Italy’s most well known fashion brands, among them Versace, Missoni, Etro, Giorgio Armani, Moschino, Valentino, Salvatorre Ferragamo, Prada, Pucci, Trussardi, Iceberg, Alberta Ferretti…

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Armani inaugurates Silos Project in Milan

Coinciding with his 40-year anniversary in fashion, as well as with the opening of Expo Milano 2015, Giorgio Armani inaugurated some days ago his new museum and exhibition space in Milan, investing m…

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Bar Luce by Wes Anderson at Fondazione Prada, Milan

Prada has enlisted film director Wes Anderson to design a bar for Fondazione Prada, the new art and culture complex that the brand inaugurated last weekend in Largo Isarco, in the South of Milan. Fon…

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Acne’s tribute to artist Peter Schlesinger

Acne Studios has collaborated with New York-based painter and sculptor Peter Schlesinger for a limited edition collection of colorful silk pajamas, with prints and patterns inspired by Schlesinger’s …

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Maison Margiela’s New Flagship Store in Milan

Maison Margiela has opened a new flagship store in Milan’s historic centre, marking the first store opening since John Galliano’s appointment as the house’s new creative director. The boutique spans …

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Artist Inge Jacobsen teams up with fashion designer Coralie Marabelle

Fellow artist and HG Issue collaborator Inge Jacobsen, who many may remember from her “Stitching under the skin” series for our Meat Issue, recently collaborated with French fashion designer Coralie …

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Iris van Herpen exhibition at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta

The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, will become next fall the first ever U.S. museum to dedicate a major exhibition to the work of pioneer Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen —known for her futuristi…