It feels like a huge honour to have been, quite possibly, one of the last people to pee in Maurizio Cattelan’s golden toilet. If his artwork, the solid gold lav stolen from Blenheim Palace on Friday night,
Georgian designer Demna Gvasalia is stepping down from his fashion label he co-founded with his brother, Vetements, WWD reported on Monday. “Vetements has always been a collective of creative minds. We
Shocked and sickened by the seemingly rational dynamics of World War I, a cadre of artists rebelled against logic itself. Among modern art’s pantheon of -isms, “Surrealism” alone remains in everyday use.
The quest memoir is a balky beast. To tame it as well as Canadian journalist Sasha Chapin does in “All the Wrong Moves,” you’ll need an obscure but preferably universal target of obsession — chess mastery,
When the Italian photographer Ugo Mulas made his first trip to New York to visit artists’ studios in 1964, his first task was to find his mentor, Marcel Duchamp. According to Mulas historian Hendel Teicher
Steel flowers bend in a ‘breeze’ generated by magnetic pendulums. This is the first thing you see as you enter Tate Modern’s survey show. And ‘Magnetic Fields’ (1969) is pretty enough: the work of this