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Los Angeles

Art Amusement Park Luna Luna Returns With A Multi-City Tour

When the Austrian artist André Heller unveiled Luna Luna in the summer of 1987 in Hamburg, Germany, the expectations were grand. Envisioned as the first art-themed traveling amusement park, Luna Luna combined avant-garde and mainstream culture into a practical carnival spanning art, music, food, and irresistible activities, now subject to “one of art history’s best-kept […]

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5 Questions With Ghanaian Artist, Gideon Appah At Triennale de Milano

In the 23rd International Exhibition at Triennale de Milano in Milan, Italy, Gideon Appah will represent the Ghana Pavilion. Through December 11, 2022, the exhibition named “Unknown Unknowns: An Introduction to Mysteries”, presents a wide range of perspectives and multidisciplinary viewpoints, from artists around the world. At his first major pavilion, Gideon Appah will be […]

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Exhibitions

KidSuper Reimagines an Auction House as It’s First Official In-Person Show of Paris Fashion Week

For the Spring Summer 2023 season at Paris Fashion Week, KidSuper debuted “Breathing Life Into The Inanimate,” a live auction presided over by Lydia Fenet, Benefit Auctioneer at Christie’s Auction House. Under the name of Superby’s, impersonating one of the most influential auction houses, the collection hit the runway with oil paintings painted by designer […]

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Exhibitions

Oli Epp’s Don’t You Want Somebody To Love? At Perrotin Gallery

First solo exhibition by Oli Epp, which debuted at Perrotin Gallery in New York, included new works that throb with conflicting emotions. The exhibition’s name, Don’t You Want Somebody to Love?, is borrowed from the 1960 psychedelic folk classic by Jefferson Airplane and wonderfully encapsulates the need for interpersonal connection in the contemporary world. Epp, […]

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Interviews

Meet Hannah Traore in Conversation with Painter Patricia Renee Thomas

One of the more positive outcomes of recent years and counting is the increasing progress the art world has endured. New York continues to openly assert itself as the playground for arts and culture, from diversifying leadership boards to opening art spaces of their own accord (Hollywood is becoming another hot spot as we speak!) […]