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Some may know him best for his furniture and lighting designs, but Italian renaissance man Willy Rizzo actually got his start as a photographer. In the 1940's he was a photojournalist for a number of French publications, eventually covering the historic Nuremberg Trials and even...

[caption id="attachment_45282" align="alignnone" width="474"] Statue of the Sun King, Louis XIV[/caption] As you pass through the golden "La grille d’Honneur," or gate of honor, even on the most overcast of days, one is immediately spellbound by the visual grandeur of the Palace of Versailles. It's patinated gilt...

Within a 22,000 square foot industrial space in Brooklyn, artist CJ Hendry has created a seven room interactive experience of color, titled MONOCHROME. This explosive exhibition features seven distinct spaces, each designed to emulate the art on the walls. The art, hyper-realistic drawings by Hendry,...

Hailed as the "8th wonder of the world" at its opening, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, South Africa is the largest contemporary art museum on the continent. The building was originally a 1920's grain silo, which was converted by English architect Thomas Heatherwick...

What do Salavador Dalí, Pierre Argillet, and Austin, Texas have in common? A love and appreciation for art, which is made clear at Russell Collection's exhibition, "DALÍ: The Argillet Collection", shown now through March 31, 2018. Russell Collection: Fine Art Gallery recently expanded from their original location, opened...

 As the MET bids farewell to the David Hockney retrospective in honor of  his 80th year, we pause to celebrate his artistic contribution in the show's exhibited works from 1960 to the present. The Met's Gallery 999 on Fifth Avenue in New York City was the sole...