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1. Psychedelics Could Repair Brain Cells "Shriveled" by Depression University of California researchers have observed that psychedelics like LSD and MDMA can rewire the brain—and trigger the growth of new branches between cells—long after the...
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Returning to the Philip Johnson Glass House
It's been one year since the sculpture gallery reopened on the grounds of New Canaan, Connecticut's Philip Johnson Glass House. It's a reminder that despite what the name might imply, the destination is more than one iconic building. In fact, it's...
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Los Angeles Queer Biennial 2018: What if Utopia
by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick Running through Pride month in Los Angeles, the third incarnation of the Queer Biennial is currently underway, bringing together artists from around the world to activate the city’s communities through LGBTQ+ art. Set...
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CH Edition Morocco: Art Exhibition in Tanger
Walking past a shimmering Abdelghani Bouzian sculpture into an exhibition of pieces you've selected to convey stories you, yourself, are in the midst of learning feels unlike any other experience. As a lifestyle publication, we oftentimes get to understand...
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1. RAMMELLZEE: It’s Not Who But What Created as part of the current exhibition, Red Bull Arts New York joined forces with director Oscar Boyson and producer Elara Pictures for a wild ride into the world of RAMMELLZEE—an icon, artist, graffiti...
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Interview: Artist Richard Woods on "Upgrade" at Skip Gallery
Housing and houses are an English obsession—the old adage "an Englishman’s home is his castle" still holds true for many, and the failure of millennials to get on the property ladder, as well as the increase of homelessness in major UK cities, are...
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Crude, Alluring and Complex: Marilyn Minter at LA's Regen Projects
by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick For her third solo show at LA's Regen Projects (open now through 23 June), NYC-based artist Marilyn Minter is again exploring dichotomies—from the beautiful and the grotesque to glamour and grit—the show is seductive...
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Go "Beyond The Streets" In Los Angeles
by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick It’s hard to speak about Los Angeles' "Beyond The Streets" without mentioning "Art In The Streets," the landmark 2011 MOCA show that surveyed the world of graffiti and street art. Both incorporate big names in the game...
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"Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier" at London Design Museum
Master couturier, the beloved Azzedine Alaïa passed away in November 2017, but was already working on his retrospective at the London Design Museum. Now, the stunning exhibition “Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier” is open to the public and showcases some...
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Painter Eric LoPresti's "An Ocean of Light" at Burning in Water Gallery
Hanford Site, a decommissioned nuclear production complex where engineers created plutonium for the Manhattan Project, sits a little more than 30 minutes by car from Richland, Washington—the birthplace of painter Eric LoPresti. Richland may have been...
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Es Devlin at The XI Gallery for Bjarke Ingels' The Eleventh Building
Less than a week after her extraordinary set design landscaped The Weeknd's performance at Coachella, artist Es Devlin found herself in a New York City gallery. While she was there to unveil three site-specific works. Only it wasn't an art gallery...
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1. Luxury Space Hotel "Aurora Station" A new luxury hotel called Aurora Station is set to begin accommodating guests in 2022. The brainchild of start-up Orion Span, this is a hotel unlike any other—as it will be in space. Founder and CEO Frank...
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Zhong Shan’s Surrealist "Free Fall" Exhibition
by Alessandro De Toni The masters of surrealism left a strong mark on a whole generation of Chinese painters. Born in 1971, in the Southern province of Guizhou, Zhong Shan—like many artists of his generation—was inspired by surrealist masters, and...
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1. Farewell, Anti-Apartheid Campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Activist and icon of the anti-apartheid movement, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has passed away at 81 years old. Married to Nelson Mandela for 38 years (and separated for 30 years because...
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Studio Visit: Artist Brandon Lipchik
It's been a month now since artist Brandon Lipchik's solo debut NYC exhibition, "The Garden." It was the inaugural offering of Brooklyn's At Large Gallery and revealed a bright, popish and voyeuristic study of the male-on-male gaze. Here, figurative...
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Art Basel Hong Kong 2018: Loro Piana's Cloud-Like "The Gift of Kings" Exhibition
by Alessandro De Toni In conjunction with Art Basel Hong Kong, Loro Piana—one of the world’s most prestigious cashmere and luxury fabric manufacturers—pays homage to its most renowned material known as The Gift of Kings. It's quite a bold name...
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Art Basel Hong Kong 2018: Wu Chi-Tsung at Galerie du Monde
by Alessandro De Toni Taipei-based artist Wu Chi-Tsung is currently showing in a solo exhibition hosted by Galerie Du Monde at Art Basel Hong Kong. Through his career, his body of work has spanned from painting to video, photography and installation...
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"Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts" at Schaulager Basel
"Get out of my mind, get out of this room," Bruce Nauman's recorded voice quietly, maddeningly implores over and over again. These words also function as the name of Nauman's piece which is nothing more than a room, the aforementioned recording and...
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Artist Nacho Carbonell's Cocoon-Like Lamps at The Armory Show
When meandering through The Armory Show—one of NYC's strongest annual art events—visitors' eyes fall upon works both new and old, worn and wondrous. In that blitz of painting, sculpture, photo and VR, it's hard to find pieces that quietly impart a...
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"Lyrics to Life" Pop-Up Exhibition, LA
by Kyle Ryamond Fitzpatrick Featuring artwork by Aminé, Devin Troy, Peggy Noland, Typoe and more, Genius and Dropbox joined forces for a pop-up exhibition inspired by song lyrics. Opening today and running through the weekend, "Lyrics to Life...
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"David Bowie Is" at the Brooklyn Museum
After traveling to 12 cities across five continents, "David Bowie Is" will close in New York, the city Bowie called home longer than anywhere else—living in SoHo apparently 285 Bowie-sized steps from his recording studio The Magic Shop. First on display...
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"Bob Greenberg Selects" at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum
To know the work of Bob Greenberg—founder and chief executive of advertising and design agency R/GA—is to understand the full scope of his genius. A global roster of clients have benefitted from his vision since 1977. Greenberg is the latest (and 16th...
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ZsONAMACO 2018: Design with Life
Though dwarfed by the festival’s main contemporary art event, ZsONAMACO Design is a lively world of its own, featuring a remarkable selection of fashion, jewelry, interior decor and furniture. The category was an obvious success, with attendees enthusiastically...
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