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The art world is shaking off its cold, wet, Sandy feathers and flying south for the winter--for a few days at least. Art Basel, which runs through the first week of December, has quickly grown to become one of the most popular events in Miami, with dozens of arts fairs and hundreds of events occurring concurrently. With so much art (and parties) to choose from, the question is: which to attend? Guest of a Guest has compiled a list of our favorites, to make your Floridian adventure an artful blast. Enjoy the week!
Everyone knows that the best Tumblrs aren't the ones with your artsy photographs, or amateur poetry, or your high school burn book. No, Tumblr is at its best when it's serving up a simple, humorous concept, preferably one that can be crowd sourced for new content so that you can be even more bitter about how little effort it took when the creators sign a six-figure book deal with Urban Outfitters. But as L.A. dwellers, few Tumblrs have delighted us as much as Rich Kids Of Instagram, a collection of gaudy lifestyle photos of lil' heirs and heiresses that are barely old enough to earn paper-route money. More»
Morgan Freeman, Cher and others step out to the premiere and after party for Rob Reiner's latest film; Kelly Osbourne, Bret Easton Ellis, Lykke Li and more go to a David Lynch-hosted cocktail party featuring sets by The Kills and Diplo; Olivia Munn, Aaron Sorking, Larry David and others celebrate the premiere of HBO's new series "Newrsoom"—get the details on Wednesday's biggest events in L.A. in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
It's only natural to get excited when one gets invited to a cocktail party involving David Lynch. Not only is the man one of the greatest and most uniquely inspired American film directors of all time, but he's worked in pretty much every other medium you can think of, having created "Twin Peaks", dabbled in photography and music, and even dropped a daily weather report on us. So of course, you don't think twice before accepting the invitation to his event. But later, when you're getting ready to go, you might have a few lingering thoughts. Like, will this be weird? And then, just how freaking weird is this going to be? More»
Pharrell Williams, Kelly Cutrone and Brent Bolthouse rock out to Garbage at the NYLON Summer Music Issue Party at The Roxy; Kristen Bell teams up with Cheryl Hines, Kaley Cuoco, Alison Brie and Maya Rudolph for interviews related to the upcoming Emmy Awards; Vampire hottie Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin (with a cute baby bump), Stephen Moyer and Ryan Kwanten, shows up to HBO's "True Blood" Premiere; MOCA director Jeffrey Deitch hosts an elaborate dinner with Dom Perignon to toast the Power of Creation in the Arts; get all Wednesday's details in Thursday's edition of Last Night's Parties! More»
Check out how Stella McCartney showed off her Fall 2012 line with Liv Tyler, Anna Wintour, and Naomi Watts, Darren Criss performed for Susan Sarandon and Alan Cumming at The Darby and more from NYC! MORE>>
Last night Stella McCartney showed off her Fall 2012 line with Liv Tyler, Anna Wintour, and Naomi Watts, Darren Criss performed for Susan Sarandon and Alan Cumming at The Darby, Peanut Butter Lovesicle premiered their new music video at the Electric Room, Brad Pitt secured himself the Best Actor award at the New York Film Critics Awards, Harvey Weinstein and Diane von Furstenberg hosted a lunch at Monkey Bar and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the fashion and music. More»
André Balazs and Stuart Parr made a grand arrival to the party in the same speedboat that the celebration was toasting. It was the first US sea launch of the Aquariva by Marc Newson, and the first party to kick off the 2010 Art Basel, Miami. Guests like Larry Gagosian, Jeffrey Dietrich, Jean Pigozzi and others toasted the Aquariva with their Dom Pérignon filled glasses. More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.