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From Paper Dolls to the Runway: Yves St. Laurent
That YSL is literally branded into our collective logo lexicon is no accident. The two-dimensional mix of serif, san serif, italic and Roman fonts was designed by Adolphe Cassandre to express ambiguity and surrealism. For four decades, the monogram has made an imprint. In partnership with the Seattle Art Museum, Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style, arrives at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for a Moulin Rouge of fashion, film, photography and flourish.July 20, 2017
From the Magazine: Anna Valdez' Everyday Exceptionality
Think about every item you choose to surround yourself with and what it really says about your identity. Think about how often you see these things, or maybe you don’t see them, because they’ve evaporated into a daily visual template that becomes invisible over time.July 19, 2017
Summer Breaks: Joshua Liner Gallery's Summer Group Show
This past weekend, Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC opened their summer group show, Summer Breaks. Through the lens of seventeen different artists, the exhibition is an exploration into three major themes within Western Art History - portraiture, landscape and the still life. While each artist plays upon the past, Summer Breaks is meant to re-define classicism and bring forward contemporary work for viewers of a digital age, one free of convention.July 19, 2017
From the Magazine: Nathaniel Mary Quinn "And the Family of Man"
During this time when people share inspirational quotes on social media in an effort to create better, wiser images of themselves, it feels good to chat with someone who lives a genuinely inspiring story, the kind of person who not only has theories about how life works, but backs them up with amazing, anecdotal personal experiences. Nathaniel Mary Quinn grew up in some of America's toughest projects and eventually made his way to the top of the fine art world, a journey full of substantive stories.July 13, 2017
From the Magazine: Morgan Blair "Survival Tactics"
Connecting with Morgan Blair on a super-sentimental level is easy, but it’s more important to explore how her new aesthetic feeds off contemporary media saturation as she abstracts language and visual culture into a wave of recognizable but enigmatic imagery. What does that even mean? Who knows? The titles of her paintings are far more interesting than any other introduction, so here’s my favorite: Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool.July 10, 2017
BAER: An Experience
Taking psychoactive substances while painting graffiti is a radical artistic approach, but when the rational part of your brain reminds you that there’s a probability of being arrested and handcuffed, the fear can creep from within. That’s one trip nobody wants to endure. For Baer, many of his most memorable and monumental pieces have been composed, can-in-hand, under the power of various entheogens.July 06, 2017
Exploring the Scenery of Life with Liu Chen-Hsiang
While serving in Taiwan's military at age 20, Liu Chen-Hsiang was assigned the task of taking care of traffic accidents involving soldiers and civilians. Having first picked up a camera two years prior, the experience had a lasting impact on both his life and photography. Following his military service, Liu worked as a journalist, covering the often violent demonstrations and social unrest of a turbulent nation under martial law.June 16, 2017