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Remember when you were in kindergarten and would proudly presented your crayon on cardboard masterpieces to your mom? And she framed them? And then, last year, now 5-year-old professional painter Aelita Andre had a solo exhibition at Chelsea's Agora Gallery that sold out in seven days and put all your abstract work to shame? Well, this pint-sized painting prodigy is back with another solo show at the Agora Gallery. More»
The fashion industry is in a stir: Jil Sander is coming back. Raf Simons might have been fired, not left of his own will. Stefano Pilati will be replaced by Hedi Slimane at YSL, but who will finally get the Dior job? Meanwhile Abbey Lee Kershaw seems missing from the catwalks, the fashion weeks seems to claim their first dehydrated victims, Agyness Deyn lied about her age, and Carrie Bradshaw is coming back as her younger self. All that's left to say is: don't miss these Fashion Files today! More»
15 years of Cindy Sherman playing with disguise, challenging stereotypes and questioning old role models of femininity and perception, are now on display at MoMA. The photographer, whose captures range among the most expensive artworks in the art world, opened her new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art last night. More»
Last Friday, Hrafnhildur Arnardottir aka Shoplifter opened her exhibition "Vanity Disorder" at the Charles Bank Gallery. The Icelandic artist, who frequently works with Björk, has been working with hair as her predominant material for some time now. More»
Last night, noted New York artist, Kim Keever, presented his new solo exhibition, Early Man and Missing Landscapes at the Charles Bank Gallery. Also, the Tally Beck Contemporary Gallery presented Happy Toy, a new multimedia exhibition by Beijing-based artist Laurens Tan, and The Lionheart Group held a cocktail soiree in the Penthouse at the Cooper Square Hotel. Check out more from all three events below! More»
Monday, May 20
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.