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wallpaper.comKarl Lagerfeld’s first sculpture show opens at Carpenters Workshop Gallery ParisQuite the renaissance man, there seems no end to Karl Lagerfeld’s creative talents. Recent weeks have seen the fashion powerhouse commended for his collaboration with Puma, as well as a wave of praise for his recent Chanel S/S 2019 collection which pr...
thekidshouldseethis.comBuilding Frozen Castles with the Master of Ice - The Kid Should See ThisEvery year, from January 5th to around February 25th, the city of Harbin, China transforms into a frozen city of light for the annual Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. The sculptures are massive architectural feats constructed in -15 degree Celsius weather… rainbow castles, illuminated towers and pyramids, snow animals, cartoon characters, and more. It’s spectacular. …1
archpaper.comMexico City's public sculpture corridor is a broken dream worth savingA corridor of sculptures and public art established in tandem with the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City has long been neglected. But with the 50th anniversary coming up, new attention is being paid to the route's identity.
mudabure.comQueen Elizabeth's daughter Princess Anne explains why she doesn't shake fans' handsHRH Princess Anne, Princess Royal speaks with Emma Stothard (L) about her sculpture Craven Heifer as she visits during the second day of the 160th Great Yorkshire Show on July 11, 2018 in Harrogate, England. (Getty Images) Princess Anne revealed why she doesn’t shake hands with royal fans during her walkabouts. Anne, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, said in the upcoming HBO documentary “Queen of the World” that she’s keeping with tradition when it comes to the royal walkabouts. “We never shook hands,” Anne, 68, said in a preview clip posted by People. “The theory was that you couldn’t5
fodors.com11 Underwater Art Exhibits Where Culture and Coral CollideEver wonder where you can find some underwater art? This is where you can find underwater statues. From snorkelers to squids, everyone’s a critic in the dogfish-eat-dogfish world of underwater art museums. The goal of the submerged sculpture parks, including one that debuted in May at the brand new Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi, is often twofold: add sophistication to a dive spot and rehabilitate damaged or dying coral communities by becoming artificial reefs that entice the creatures who call them home to stay or, in many cases, return.
billboard.comFractures Releases New Song 'Sculptures,' Signs With Fader LabelThe Fader announced today (Oct. 19) the signing of singer/songwriter Fractures, the stage name of Melbourne, Australia-based Mark Zito, to its Fader Label. Along with the signing announcement, Fractures also released a new single, the haunting, ethereal “Sculptures,” which can be heard below.
artforum.comLuke Syson to Head Cambridge's Fitzwilliam MuseumLuke Syson, chairman of European sculpture and decorative arts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 2012, will head the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, beginning early next year, reports the Art Newspaper. He succeeds Tim Knox, who became director of the Royal Collection last February.Previously, Syson was the curator of medals at the British Museum, London, from 1991 to 2002, and senior curator in the medieval and Renaiisance department at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, from 2002 to 2003. From 2003 to 2011 Syson was curator of pre-1500 Italian painting and head of research at the
mymodernmet.comInterview: Animal's Inner Power Shines Through Sculptures by Amir YacoubEgyptian artist Amir Yacoub creates sculptures that are, all at once, the epitome of powerful and free. By utilizing negative space for a streamlined effect, he produces pieces that embrace all the curves, lines, and angles on an animal's physique, adding an artistic touch to their representation. Yacoub consequently75