Black is a big color this season, ironically for spring. Combine Greco-Roman noir with a bit of Japanese Pop because — why not?...1) Sporty Catholic iconoclasm is the name of Riccardo Tisci’s game for spring, as seen in his shrouded Madonnas, and we...
Keith Haring’s iconographic work has been reinterpreted on everything from sculptural Nicholas Kirkwood platforms to skate-brat OBEY snapbacks. Bridging the haute and the High Street, his DJ-ing dogs, reverberating hearts and dancing angels are a...
Our most-talked-about stories in Visual Art, Design & Architecture, Fashion & Style, and Performing Arts, November 5 - 9, 2012:ART— Larry Gagosian’s deposition in the ongoing case against him by nonagenarian collector Jan Cowles was...
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Keith Haring? A radiant baby refrigerator magnet? A barking dog tote bag? A few years before he died, in 1990, Haring began translating his cartoonish street idioms into mass-market tchotchkes at the...
Our most-talked-about stories in Art, Design & Fashion, and Performing Arts, June 25-29, 2012:ART— We chronicled the art world’s most influential young figures in our list of 30 power players 30 and under, among them Sheikha Al-Mayassa,...
Because of Keith Haring's fervent belief that artwork should be accessible to everyone, kids these days have their pick of Haring-adorned playthings: Radiant Baby rocking horses, Dancing Man tops, and Graffiti Heart yo-yos. While those are all...
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