Art & Design

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Imitation of Life: Cindy Sherman Lives Large in LA

Now through October 2 In less than a year, The Broad has made a huge splash in LA’s art world with its unparalleled, post-WW II art collection....

Bryan Batt on Mad Men and His NOLA State of Mind

This prolific performer and writer also has his eye on design....

Everything Is Illuminated for Christopher Moulder

Christopher Moulder has been designing, engineering, building, and installing his singular signature lighting sculptures since 1993....

Beauty In the Eye: Unseen Work From Diane Arbus

July 12 – November 27 The Met Breuer (an offshoot of the Metropolitan Museum of Art focused on modern and contemporary art) just launched their inaugural season with the...

Diane Arbus: In the Beginning Gallery

Also read our interview with photographer Eric Schwabel...

Fashionistas Take Cover: It's Reigning Men!

You know what they say: Fashion is for people with no sense of style. While that may be true, every generation operates from a template – be it waistcoats and ruffled sleeves or...

A New Tome Takes A Tour of Tom of Finland's Home

Tom of Finland — whose work is characterized by its focus on exaggeratedly muscular men gleefully celebrating their sexuality — has long been hailed as a central figure in the...

A Collaboration of Imagination in "Disney and Dali"

Through June 12 Two of the most renowned artists of the 20th century are being paired in a unique exhibition: Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination — first at The Dali...

Spring Fashion: The Lisbon Rendezvous

Travel to Portugal’s capital for a taste of where fashion is headed this spring....

MoMA Presents Edgar Degas's Monotypes

March 26–July 24 Invoke the name of Edgar Degas, and one pictures a bevy of painted ballerinas — in motion and at rest, in rehearsal and performance....

A Modernism Week 2016 Recap

For 10 days in February, Palm Springs locals opened the sleek doors of their Wexler, Lautner and Neutra homes to the public. Our recap of Modernism Week…...