Celebrating an attractive artist, for art's sake.
See people who actually have good reasons to wear the resort collections.
No more "liquid."
Plus, Hilary Rhoda's new cover of Numéro Tokyo.
While presenting an award, he had to ask the audience to quiet down.
Plus, Lindsey Wixson has a french braid on the cover of Muse magazine.
A former Marlow waitress re-creates and photographs last meals.
"'Let me ask you a question,' he said to a reporter, turning around. 'Do I have a bull's-eye on my back?'"
Sculpture, stainless steel, new works, and art from the Middle East and Asia dominated at a very active fair.
Revelers licking an ice sculpture that looked suspiciously like a giant phallus, and much more!
Also, 'Glamour' is putting their signature naked plus-size models in their new calendar.
The artwork is based on the simple things in life. Paved in diamonds. Lots and lots of diamonds.
'We did better than we expected — and worse than we had hoped.'
Naomi Campbell wore a dress made of fence, and it was awesome.
Even New Yorkers who couldn’t care less about art could take something from the just-ended Art Basel Miami Beach fairs.
The artist stopped making his famous 'Hope' Obama posters in part because people misinterpreted his motivation.
The T-shirts worn by the Delano bellmen reading 'Recess is on' didn't help.
'We knew this was coming for about a year,' says Murakami.