Damien Hirst to Present “Cherry Blossoms” Paintings in Tokyo

Damien Hirst, one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists, is set to display his Cherry Blossoms” paintings at The National Art Center, Tokyo just in time for Japan’s highly-anticipated cherry blossom season. Death has been a constant theme in Hirst’s works, and this exhibition continues the arc in his signature dot painting style. Hirst explains the… Continue reading Damien Hirst to Present “Cherry Blossoms” Paintings in Tokyo

Wikipedia Doesn’t Think NFTs Are a Form of Art

According to reports, a group of editors at Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, do not believe nonfungible tokens (NFT) are a form of art. Questioning if NFTs can be considered art began back in December, following discussions five Wikipedia editors voted against classifying NFTs as art with one in opposition. One Wikipedia editor said, “Wikipedia… Continue reading Wikipedia Doesn’t Think NFTs Are a Form of Art

Sarah Andelman to Launch a Vibrant New Pop-up in the Heart of Paris

It’s been roughly four years since Sarah Andelman closed the iconic Colette store in Paris. World-renowned for its tasteful curation of goods, Andelman has gone on to found a new creative consultancy called JUST AN IDEA. The latest endeavor focuses primarily on books and recently celebrated its inaugural launch that featured artists, such as Nicole… Continue reading Sarah Andelman to Launch a Vibrant New Pop-up in the Heart of Paris

Gosha Levochkin Presents “Last Element”

The Hole NYC is kicking off 2022 with a new exhibition by Gosha Levochkin. Best known for spatial compositions that feature jagged line work, minimal shading and geometric characters, the Brooklyn-based artist revisits his penchant for comedy through a body of work titled “Last Element.” Gosha’s abstracted characters are informed by a number of disparate… Continue reading Gosha Levochkin Presents “Last Element”

Gagosian to Present Works by Damien Hirst and Simon Hantaï

Gagosian is set to launch two new exhibitions at its 541 West 24th Street and 980 Madison Avenue locations. The first brings back a long partnership with acclaimed British artist, Damien Hirst, while the latter focuses on the kaleidoscopic compositions of Hungarian artist, Simon Hantaï. In the former, Gagosian revisits Hirst’s “Forgiving and Forgetting” series… Continue reading Gagosian to Present Works by Damien Hirst and Simon Hantaï

“The Architecture of Staged Realities” Examines Disney’s Lasting Cultural Impact

There is a new exhibition at Rotterdam’s Het Nieuwe Instituut centered around Walt Disney and his influence on identity and the built environment. Curated by Saskia van Stein, “The Architecture of Staged Realities,” seeks to investigate Disney’s lasting impact on the worldview of generations of children. It’s well-known now that many of Disney’s early films… Continue reading “The Architecture of Staged Realities” Examines Disney’s Lasting Cultural Impact

Edgar Plans to Launch His First Collection of NFTs

Edgar Plans recently took his Animal Hero from the confines of the canvas to an augmented reality setting. The Spanish contemporary artist has gone one step further by announcing that he will release a new NFT collection, dubbed Lil’ Heroes. Made in collaboration with Curatible and Exile Studio, the collection features 7,777 digital tokens with… Continue reading Edgar Plans to Launch His First Collection of NFTs

The ‘Mona Lisa’ Is the Next Big Immersive Experience

Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is the next historic artwork to receive an experiential, digital light rendering courtesy of the Grand Palais and the Louvre. The prestigious art institutions have joined forces to stage an experiential walkthrough of the Mona Lisa, inspired by the sought-after “Immersive Van Gogh” craze currently storming the art world. With… Continue reading The ‘Mona Lisa’ Is the Next Big Immersive Experience