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In 2016, artist Maurizio Cattelan installed a solid gold toilet entitled America at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Unlike the majority of "untouchable" artwork at the Guggenheim, the toilet was actually functional to the public. America, which has a clearly unique art historical function,...

This season, Moschino stunned Milan Fashion Week with their artistically curated line inspired by Pablo Picasso. Creative Director, Jeremy Scott transformed the catwalk into a living museum in which models with painted hair and structured dresses walked through an ornate gold frame at the center...

This summer marked the 76th International Biennale Cinema festival in Venice. This festival showcases the best in cinema, art, architecture, dance, music, theater, and historical achievements. The mission of this renowned event is to “raise awareness and promote international cinema in all its forms as...

Today marks the passing of Swiss-American Photographer Robert Frank. In the wake of his 94 years of living, Frank produced a wide array of documentary photography that captured societal discrepancies through the iconography of ordinary subjects through linear composition and pronounced lighting. His passion for...

From June 5 to July 29, The Centre Pompidou in Paris held a significant retrospective over the works of Dora Maar. The height of Maar’s photographic and artistic career occurred in tandem with the rise of Surrealism. [caption id="attachment_45611" align="alignnone" width="699"] Dora Maar. Photo via Nenad...

In honor of the Eiffel Tower's 130th birthday, three-Michelin-starred chef Frédéric Anton and architect and interior designer Aline Asmar d'Amman have reinvented the Eiffel Tower restaurant, Le Jules Verne. Jules Verne incorporates the aesthetics of Parisian culture and builds upon the already remarkable history of...