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Exhibitions

  1. gallery
    I Wish I Could Wear These Balenciaga PaintingsIf only I could lift them off the canvas.
  2. celebrity style
    7 Thierry Mugler Dresses for Cardi B to Wear NextFrom the designer’s retrospective in Montreal.
  3. gallery
    This Artist Wants You to Think About Climate ChangeThe dramatic photographs show us what we’re losing.
  4. design
    This Is the Ultimate Creative PartnershipArtist couple Isabel and Ruben Toledo have a new art show.
  5. art
    Have You Ever Walked the Entire Length of Your City?Saskia De Brauw and Vincent van de Wijngaard did it for art.
  6. talking to
    7 Women on Muslim Representation in Fashion“When Muslim women are usually shown in the media and in art, it’s always that stereotypical, white-passing, thin or Arabic-looking woman, right?”
  7. openings
    An Ocean Photography Show Supports the Fight Against Global WarmingOn view at the Quin Hotel in New York.
  8. gallery
    The ‘Godfather of Hair Color’ Reflects on His Collection of Iconic PhotographsLeland Hirsch speaks about his connection to photographs by Peter Beard, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, and more.
  9. gallery
    An Artist Reimagines a Travel Guide for Black AmericansA new show at the Museum of Arts and Design.
  10. exhibitions
    This Seoul Venue Is Celebrating 60 Years of Chic CoatsFrom the fashion label worn by Kim K and the Duchess of Windsor.
  11. gallery
    Artist Had Men Pick 100,000 Individual Rose Petals to Question How We See BeautySarah Meyohas’s new show combines virtual reality and manual labor to challenge our perceptions.
  12. art
    This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About GenderMeet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
  13. This Gallery Asked Artists to Submit Work Inspired by Roger Ailes and Fox News“Fair and Balanced” wants to explore what it means to “emerge from the other side” of the Roger Ailes era.
  14. Dior Celebrates Its 70th With a New ExhibitionIt includes 300 dresses from 1947 to present day.
  15. downton abbey
    Downton Abbey’s Legacy (and Furniture) to Live on With Immersive Exhibition TourSee Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen in the flesh.
  16. art
    An Exhibition of Kurt Cobain’s Works, Art, and Possessions Is Being Planned“He’s got some amazing canvases that a lot of the world has never seen or even heard of.”
  17. exhibitions
    Coco Chanel Is Not Impressed by Karl LagerfeldShe rose from the dead to say so.
  18. red carpet
    See All the Looks From the ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ Opening GalaKate Moss, Naomi Campbell, FKA Twigs, and more turned out for last night’s opening of the “Savage Beauty” exhibit.
  19. first looks
    A Visual History of Valentino’s Gorgeous CoutureMore than 130 looks are on display in a new exhibit.
  20. first looks
    Inside Tim Walker’s Over-the-Top New BookOutlandish shots of Karlie Kloss, Alexander McQueen, Anna Piaggi, and more.
  21. instagram inspirations
    Instagram & Florals: Photos From Nick Knight’s New London ExhibitExcerpts from a show at the SHOWstudio gallery.
  22. exhibitionists
    F.I.T. Museum’s Exhibition Not ‘Great’ Anymore, in Name at LeastThe exhibition’s curators had to change its title after some designers got offended.
  23. party lines
    Burton, DeVito at MoMA Tim Burton Tribute“It’s even more surreal than a movie premiere,” the director says of his new Museum of Modern Art exhibition.
  24. first looks
    Previewing the Met’s Model As Muse ExhibitionImages from 50 years of models in fashion.
  25. exhibitionists
    Alchemist Mandy Aftel to Open Exhibit on Natural PerfumeA first look at the “Living Perfume” exhibit set to open tomorrow at Henri Bendel.
  26. exhibitionists
    Celebrating the Art of the Fashion SketchA first look at the new ‘In the Line of Fashion’ exhibit.
  27. art candy
    The Brooklyn Museum Visits Astroland One Last TimeGood-bye, Coney Island?
  28. overnights
    ‘The Riches’: Introducing the Eden Falls Cost of Living Index!The rewards are there for the taking, but as with gas and groceries, the prices they must pay just keep going up.
  29. intel
    Bloomberg’s Biggest Fight for His Green Legacy Yet to ComeAl Gore would not envy all that Bloomberg’s up against.
  30. video look book
    The Accidental Fashion Guru and His HeadbandsMike Bittner has been wearing headbands for ten years. Watch the Video Look Book and find out where he buys them.
  31. countdown
    ‘Battlestar Galactica’: The Internet Teases — and Spoils — Season FourWho’s a Cylon now? What’s up with Starbuck’s Viper? Will they ever find Earth? Who’s gonna DIE?
  32. quote machine
    Stephen Malkmus Is Just Too Old to Scream Like ThatPlus Jimmy Kimmel on his 1,000th episode, Peter Jackson’s heaven, and 50 Cent soothes the G-Unit.
  33. run through
    ‘The Hills’ Is Taking Over the WorldLondon, get ready: Television crack is coming your way. MTV is currently casting for a U.K. version of The Hills.
  34. NewsFeed
    Would You Like a Surveillance Camera With That?Cameras are watching you eat in several city restaurants.
  35. NewsFeed
    April Fools’ Day Infects the BlogosphereWe call out our favorite April Fools’ Day jokes, and a Slate article defending Gordon Ramsay that wasn’t a joke.
  36. ink-stained wretches
    Is the Traditional Magazine Writer Doomed? We Say No.The Observer thinks that no young writers want to work for magazines anymore; they only want to blog. We aggressively disagree.
  37. Remind Us Why Amy Winehouse Is a Fashion Icon Again?We’ve gotten so used to reading about how fabulously fashionable Amy Winehouse is that we haven’t taken a moment to really consider the ridiculousness of the whole concept.
  38. NewsFeed
    New Country Chef to Implement Haute Barnyard Makeover“We’ve changed everything,” says Willis Loughhead, the new chef at Country.
  39. in other news
    Beyoncé and Jay Z Might Get Married AgainWe’ve been told about impending Beyoncé-Jay-Z nuptials so many times, their wedding has become like an urban legend.
  40. intel
    Memo to Andrew Cuomo: Change TacticsIn which we ask Andrew Cuomo to please stop tooting his own horn, and just get to work.
  41. run through
    London Fashion Week’s Front Rows Are Way Different, Grungier Than New York’sToday marks the third day of London Fashion Week, and we’re already envious of the front rows there. The celebrities look like they came from the “They’re just like us” section of Us Weekly rather than the centerfolds of Vogue. Somehow, it just felt awkward to see celebrities in full-on red-carpet attire at 11 a.m in New York. (Think how you’d feel if your cubicle neighbor showed up dressed for Socialista rather than work.) But London is different, according to the Times.
  42. Back of the House
    Jay Rayner Paints the New York Restaurant World in a Few Broad Strokes The Man Who Ate the World, British restaurant critic Jay Rayner’s tour of the planet’s great restaurant cities will be coming out soon, as Gawker noted yesterday. Its piece lingered over Super Mario’s latest profanity-laced anti-blogger tirade, which was almost as enjoyable as his last one. But having read the New York chapter, we were hit by how much other good stuff was in it.
  43. first looks
    Hot Off the London Fashion Week Runways: Olsen Garb, Fun Prints, and Voluminous DressesThe first runway slideshows from London Fashion Week are up! Ben de Lisi showed nicely cut blouses. Biba, like Halston, is a comeback brand with “a convincing new start,” according to IHT.
  44. NewsFeed
    Out-of-Town Mixologists Will Show Us a Little Thing or TwoPhilip Ward, head barkeep at Death & Co., is hoping to broaden the relatively small world of Manhattan mixology by launching a bartender exchange program that he says is the first of its kind. This week the bar welcomes Kirk Estopinal from Chicago’s the Violet Hour, who brings to the bartop his own house-made bitters and a little something known as a “black lime,” wherein a lime is cooked in salt water, dehydrated, and zested into a drink such as a tea punch. (Let’s hope someone has told the out-of-towner to glove up before handling the lime — the Health Department is watching.) Next month Ward swaps duties with a bartender at Alembic, a San Francisco favorite, and the following month a mixologist from London cocktail mecca the Lonsdale will cross the pond. If you can think of any other mixologists who’d be an asset to Death & Co. (and who are based in cities its bartenders might actually want to travel to), do name them in the comments.
  45. art candy
    Artist Frank Webster Paints the Much-Fabled Ugly TreeWe found Frank Webster’s desolate postindustrial Americana — muted tones (for the most part), no people, nondescript city blocks, factories, and interstates — to be pretty appropriate for a day like today
  46. fashion yearbook
    Scruffy Men Surprise and Dresses Look Like Shower Curtains at the GrammysThe Grammys were a snoozer artistically (for more on that, see Vulture) and so, sadly, were the outfits. We thought music award shows were a time for celebs to wear all that stuff they’re not supposed to wear! Is it too much to ask for a nipple pasty here and there?
  47. neighborhood watch
    The Army Occupies East 103rd Street; Residents DispleasedEast Harlem: There’s outrage over a new Army recruiting center on East 103rd Street, on the heels of Army promo teams here this summer that included gals in camo midriffs and short shorts. [NY Latino Journal] Jackson Heights: Starbucks is here! Gentrification officially begins! [Curbed] Northwest Bronx: So many parks are being repaired here that there’s no place for the massive youth baseball league to play this spring! [Norwood News]
  48. apropos of nothing
    Are You One of the 3,219 Americans Who Paid to See ‘The Hottie and the Nottie’ This Weekend? Did you attend ironically or unironically?
  49. backstage video
    Video: Undercover Braids at Carmen Marc ValvoHow do you get your hair to look like the models at Carmen Marc Valvo? It’s complicated — you’ll definitely need another set of hands (or two). New York’s beauty and market editor Aja Mangum took our cameras backstage to learn the secret from stylist Odile Gilbert.