After spending three days in Panama, I learned about the architecture, cuisine, fashion, history, sights and now truly appreciate the culture.
Can’t wait to explore new destinations soon with my love. Bring on 2017!
Contemporary Tokyo-born artist, Takashi Murakami unveiled a new exhibition, “Learning the Magic of Painting” this week in Paris.
The mixed media works feature pop art blended with Japanese culture from A to Z: anime, Buddha, cartoon characters and dragons to traditional Zen. The bright and cute items span three spaces with colourful psychedelic themes.
The first floor pays homage to the British painter, Francis Bacon with a series of sensational sculptures. Then there’s a room filled with textured tiles of the artist’s signature skulls. The other space shows over 15 painted handbags accompanied by paintings. For viewers, this will be art on a different level.
Explore the exhibition at the Galerie Perrotin which is on display until 23 December.
Frieze New York is coming soon to the city with their fifth edition to present a variety of international contemporary art.
From 5-8 May, artists can admire a range of mediums and works from over 200 galleries representing four continents. The program consists of artist commissions, educational talks, imaginative installations, powerful presentations, solo shows and special sections. Buyers will envision the must have pieces to improve their collections. Get excited and explore the creativity at Randall’s Island. Book tickets here!
Captivating 50 years of history, an international exhibition featuring rock music legends will debut tomorrow in London.
‘Exhibitionism’ unveils the life and career of The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery.
Over 500 artifacts are on display to engage the public. From 1962 to present day, personal diaries present an account of the band’s global journey. The days of youth and rebellion return to entertain. Creative cinema and media allows viewers to explore for interactive technologies. Never before seen photos depict how The Rolling Stones shaped popular culture. Original costumes are presented for fashion and design admirers. Also rare audio tracks will definitely get you in the rock and blues groove. The two floor exhibition offers an impressive insight of the cultural icons’ musical heritage.