Inside a Plate Palace.FRAMED
The highly recognized photographer, Juergen Teller was enlisted to shoot the Spring/Summer 18 campaign for the British skate wear brand Palace. Palace was launched in 2010 and has always had an unique approach to showcasing their collections. This upcoming season, they collaborated with models Blondey McCoy, Lucien Clark and surrounded them with Teller's signature mark; ceramic plates.
Jürgens surname, Teller, translates as plate from German and it has his inspired him to incorporate plates into many of his works. The photos have models wearing the newest skate wear collection while either standing on, kneeling, or holding plates in a dirty city back alley....
Life of Diego.POLITICAL
Diego Rivera and his wife Frida Kahlo are known as the most important artists and folk pioneers that have come from Latin America. Rivera’s large scale murals helped establish the Mexican mural movement and earned him an opportunity to travel and create all over the world.
Rivera spent the 1910’s devoted to art and communism while experimenting with the Cubist moment in Europe. During this time he was inspired by major art influencers like Pablo Picasso and decided to return to Mexico and paint large scale murals. The murals addressed social and political issues that spoke to the working class, which lead him to fame from the peasants of Mexico.
Taschen has published a collection of the painters work called ‘Diego Rivera. The Complete Murals'. Focusing on Rivera’s most prominent scenes spread over 640 pages and nine foldouts. In addition to murals the book features paintings, vintage photos, documents and drawings from ...
Warhol and the Vatican.DEVOUT
n 1980 Andy Warhol traveled to Italy and met Pope John Paul II. It is widely known that Warhol was a devout Catholic. He attended mass every day and often explored themes of Catholicism and religion in his works.
Three decades later Andy Warhol will be honoured with an exhibition at the Vatican Museums. In collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg the two museums will stage a show to showcase the artists’s religious works and will be seen in Rome and Pittsburg to make the 25th anniversary of the opening of the US museum.
The exhibition will showcase painting from Warhol's Last Supper series (1986) which were inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s Milan Fresco of the biblical scene. It will also include films and archival materials related to Warhol’s works.
“We are very interested in exploring the artist’s spiritual side,” says Barbara Jatta, the director of the Vatican Museums. "It is very, very important...
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