Cy Twombly: Paradise

26 February 2015

Cy Twombly Paradise Book

Spanning American artist Cy Twombly’s career, this visually appealing book features 57 works of art (including paintings, sculpture and more), as well as essays by curator Philip Larratt-Smith that provide context and inspiration for many of the pieces. Published by Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico in association with Damiani, the text is curated by Julie Sylvester and Philip Larratt-Smith with editing from Julie Sylvester, text by Philip Larratt-Smith, and design by Takaaki Matsumoto. Available to Purchase Now from

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Dasha Zhukova Covers WSJ Magazine in Saint Laurent

23 January 2015

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Art collector Dasha Zhukova and Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas cover the Wall Street Journal magazine to promote a new museum development they are working on together in Moscow. For the cover feature, which was shot by David Bailey, Zhukova wears a wool jacket, silk blouse and trousers by Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent. Shop Her Look:

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Andy Warhol Beatle Boots (Positive) (1985-86)

20 December 2014

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Andy Warhol created thousands of paintings and explored countless themes throughout his career, making him one of the most celebrated artists of our time. Rendered in black and white, this series of silkscreen on canvas paintings are among the strongest of Andy’s later works. Beatle Boots (Positive) depicts a boot advertisement Warhol sourced during the height of Beatlemania while also giving nod to his shoe drawings from the 1950s. Each of the four works Moda is offering are strong enough to stand alone, while their uniform size and color scheme allow for them to be grouped and displayed together seamlessly.

Stamped with the stamps of the Estate of Andy Warhol and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Numbered on the overlap PA 10.362. Synthetic Polymer And Silkscreen Inks On Canvas. Available to Order Now from

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Ceramics by Picasso from Christie’s Online Auctions

02 November 2014

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Following the outstanding success of the recent online auction of Impressions in Clay Picasso Ceramics. Christie’s is delighted to present a further selection of ceramics that represent the predominant forms and motifs of Pablo Picasso’s celebrated work in this medium. Leading the sales is a rare complete set of eight ceramic Service scènes de corrida plates that illustrate Picasso’s lifelong interest in bullfight imagery, accompanied by many high quality works sourced from prominent private collections including the The Bergman Collection. Read about Picasso’s Goats and Picasso’s Owls. Coinciding with the Impressionist & Modern Art week in New York all works will be on view at Rockefeller Center from October 24 – November 6. Estimates range from $1,500 to $80,000. Continue reading to view additional images of selected pieces from the sale.

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Calvin Klein Celebrates the New Museum’s Incubator Launch

09 October 2014

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When the New Museum decided to launch NEW Inc., the museum’s new incubator to support the careers of emerging artists, it teamed up with Calvin Klein to host an evening with the likes of Gigi and Bella Hadid, Vanessa Traina Snow, Leigh Lezark, brand designer Francisco Costa and Fabiola Beracasa. Belles of the evening were the Hadid sisters, both of whom chose pastel colored frocks from the Calvin Klein collection. Continue reading to view additional images from the event.

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Peter Beard by Steven Owen and Steven M.L. Aronson Book

16 June 2014

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Photographer Peter Beard has kept diaries from a young age, and combines his passion for photography and collage to document his life in Africa and New York City. This hardcover book is a combination of two volumes that Taschen has published previously that came to define the work of this artist, and together cross 600 pages for an exceptional extract of his oeuvre. Available to Order Now from

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Jacob Reischel Photography

14 June 2014

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Jacob Reischel is the artistic name of Berlin-based photography duo Marie Jacob and Julia Strathmann. They produce eclectic retro inspired images that are nostalgic for the 70s and 80s while offering a sleek presentation of contemporary products. Due to the signature aesthetic Jacob and Strathmann have created their work frequents the pages of art-house fashion magazines like Material Girl and 74 mag. Continue reading to view more samples of their photography.

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The First Pop Age by Hal Foster

07 June 2014

The First Pop Age Painting and Subjectivity in the Art of Hamilton, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Richter, and Ruscha by Hal Foster

Who branded painting in the Pop age more brazenly than Richard Hamilton, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Gerhard Richter, and Ed Ruscha? And who probed the Pop revolution in image and identity more intensely than they? In The First Pop Age, leading critic and historian Hal Foster presents an exciting new interpretation of Pop art through the work of these Pop Five.

Beautifully illustrated in color throughout, the book reveals how these seminal artists hold on to old forms of art while drawing on new subjects of media; how they strike an ambiguous attitude toward both high art and mass culture; and how they suggest that a heightened confusion between images and people is definitive of Pop culture at large.

As The First Pop Age looks back to the early years of Pop art, it also raises important questions about the present: What has changed in the look of screened and scanned images today? Is our media environment qualitatively different from that described by Warhol and company? Have we moved beyond the Pop age, or do we live in its aftermath?

A masterful account of one of the most important periods of twentieth-century art, this is a book that also sheds new light on our complex relationship to images today. Available to Order Now from

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David Bailey: Bailey’s Stardust

18 April 2014

The portraits in this book have been personally selected by David Bailey from the wide range of subjects and groups that he has captured over the last five decades: actors, writers, musicians, politicians, filmmakers, models, artists and people encountered on his travels to Australia, India, Sudan and Papua New Guinea; many of them famous, some unknown, all of them engaging and memorable. Bailey’s Stardust is accompanied by a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, in Spring 2014, which will then tour to international venues. The book, like the exhibition, is structured thematically, with iconic images presented alongside many lesser-known and previously unseen portraits.

Initially engaged as an assistant to John French in 1959, Bailey was contracted by British Vogue the following year. He has since worked for the French, Italian and American editions of the magazine, created album sleeves for musicians such as the Rolling Stones, directed television commercials and made documentary films, including in-depth studies of Cecil Beaton, Luchino Visconti and Andy Warhol.

Bailey’s photographs helped to define the cultural and social scene of the 1960s, and immortalizing figures from the worlds of fashion, music, film and art elevated Bailey to the status of celebrity himself. Michelangelo Antonioni’s cult film Blow-Up (1966), about a London fashion photographer, was inspired by Bailey, whose life was also dramatized recently in the film We’ll Take Manhattan (2012).  Visit to Order the Book Now.

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Matisse and Picasso: A Friendship in Art by Françoise Gilot

07 April 2014

The artist and writer Françoise Gilot was Picasso’s companion from 1946 to 1954. During this time Gilot played witness to the unique relationship between the dying master Matisse and Picasso who still had decades of work left to produce. The text includes personal letters from Matisse to Gilot. Available to Order Now from

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