After a really prosperous 2013 (to say the least after awards, tops of the charts and two of the biggest…
With French, Spanish and Thai influences, this place is nowadays considered one of the most original spots in Brooklyn Suchanan…
A specially blended podcast, made to suit the very special taste for music of my great friend Pedro Andrade and…
Le Style et L’Histoire is the name of the biggest exhibition that Cartier made until today. There are 600 pieces, including decorative objects and jewelry, in Grand Palai, in Paris
The Art Decó movement – which stimulated the industrialization of beauty through simple and dynamic lines – is discussed in the architectural museum in Paris.
Will Ellsworth – Jones, former editor of The Independent and The Telegraph magazines, wrote a biography, unauthorised, of Bansky – the audacious talent who has been successful across the board.
Rino Stefano was Born in Italy and is a director and a world renowned illustrator. In 2013 he won six awards, one in Serbia, another in Romania, two in New York, one in Atlanta and the last one in Japan.
Bernhard Edmaier is a geologist-turned-photographer who, not surprisingly, sees planet Earth as his muse.
Victorine Muller is known for her unique way of making art by mixing PVC pipes of enormous proportions, with different sources of light and sound.
Just over ten days ago, Beyoncé surprised her fans with the release of a brand new album. The body of work calls “Beyoncé The Visual Album
The first retrospective of Robert Indiana, the creator of the famous piece “Love”, is available at the Whitney Museum right now.
Behind a discrete facade, this bar purposely doesn’t catch the eye of people on the sidewalk. However, just down the narrow stairway you can find one of the most popular pubs in Manhattan.
What might the effect of a drug look like? That was the question asked by artist Sarah Schoenfeld who had ample exposure to the realities of drugs while working in a Berlin nightclub.
The Marrow is a contemporary German and Italian restaurant located amidst picturesque brownstones and cobblestone streets in the West Village.
It’s hard to keep up with Belgian street artist ROA, who has been bringing his spray-painted monochromatic depictions of animals to all corners of the globe.
After Dallas, Stockholm, Madrid, Rotterdam and San Francisco, the first international exhibition of the french designer Jean Paul Gaultier arrives in New York.
After a successful, but challenging year on the downhill circuit, James Kelly comes home to ride some of his favorite hills.
Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist who creates works based on her hallucinations. She lives voluntarily in a psychiatric clinic in Japan
In NY the rule is to innovate. In the East Village, a hot dog stand is the gateway to one of the most unique bars in the US. To Please Don’t Tell the goal is to be secret
(Português) O Musée d’Orsay, em Paris, se dispôs a ser o segundo museu, – depois do Leopold, em Viena -, a quebrar o tabu do nu masculino.
At 400, Bleecker Street, Marc Jacobs signs a book store.