The COVID-19 pandemic has an extreme and devastating impact across every sector and industry and is especially destructive for People With Disabilities (PWDs).
These artists prove that they can turn ocean rubbish into really classy art. For World Ocean Day, take a look at these astonishing works of art that prove rubbish has many more non-trashy uses than contaminating our oceans. Using recycled materials such as plastic, random found objects and a lot of creativity, there is no doubt that these art pieces are definitely not rubbish.
One of the many Art Basel fetes that took place on Tuesday night included the opening of “No Man’s Land” at the Rubell Family Collection where one couldn’t help but feel the collective surge of girl power in the air. The evening, which was cohosted by W Magazine and Roberto Cavalli, celebrated the works of 150 female artists ranging from the established (Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Peyton) to the new gals on the block (Jennifer Giudi, Silke Otto-Knapp).
Best of all, buying unique pieces of work will enable you to truly reflect your own style and taste in your home, creating countless conversation pieces. In this post we’ll cover off the best steps to finding your personal style for your home and how to get started in buying your first piece of artwork. When deciding what type of art you’d like to introduce to your home the best start point is to visit any number of local exhibitions, museums, galleries and art fairs to find a style or subject matter that you like.
Both Beecroft and Abramović paired their cutting edge work with fashion and pop culture. Two years ago, Jay-Z filmed his “Picasso, Baby” music video at Abramović’s “The Artist Is Present” at Pace Gallery in New York City.