Produced by Gus Oberg of Strokes fame, Walking Shapes' debut album, Taka Come On, is exuberant and textured—a sound many a journalist has dubbed as very "New York."
Initally, you might be surprised to find works from members of the young, contemporary artist collective The Still House Group alongside those by deceased masters in a gallery on the Upper East Side. What is even more surprising is how natural the pieces look installed several feet from one another, despite being conceived decades apart.
Stockholm fashion week closed with Tiger of Sweden, far and away the biggest show of the week both in attendance and anticipation.
There are a few things one can always expect from Stockholm Fashion Week: ethereal blonde models, cathedral-ceilinged venues, and, of course, minimalism.
For this year's Art Basel Miami Beach, Grey Area is debuting a collection of seven yoga mats designed by a diverse range of artists including Daniel Arsham, Andrew Kuo, and Jon Kessler. To celebrate the collection, Grey Area will be offering daily yoga classes led by Lululemon Athletica's instructors at the Delano, the Shore Club, and the Mondrian.
Though Josephine Meckseper left Germany for New York on her own accord, she failed to leave behind the burden of guilt felt by many young Germans, even three generations after World War II. The reverberating impact of Meckseper's German heritage is exemplified by her black-and-white images of Niedersachsenstein, a sculpture in Meckseper's hometown of Worpswede that commemorates the soldiers who perished in World War I.
This week: Only Lovers Left Alive vs. Under the Skin, two supernatural films with lethal leading ladies.