Kurt Vonnegut entertains an NYU class in 1970.
A 13,800-year-old slab of rock found in an archaeological site in Spain has engravings that are thought to be some of the earliest depictions of a hunter-gatherer campsite.
Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch join forces to organize Unrealism, an exhibition of figurative work fit for a museum. Featuring a who’s who of artists, you may not even need to see anything else this year.
On view December 2nd through the 6th at the Moore Building (191 NE 40th Street, Miami)
While launching a product during Art Basel Miami Beach is equivalent to screaming for attention in a sold-out stadium, brands seem unfazed by noise. One collaboration we’re happy to check out during this frazzled mess in the Magic City is Del Toro’s new special edition slippers with artist Rob Pruitt. Launching Wednesday night at The Webster, proceeds from the sales of the luxury, panda-adorned foot covers benefit Planned Parenthood Miami. Worth the panda-monium if we do say so ourselves.
Jim Mangan’s mesmerizing short film featuring rally car driver Ken Block and the Utah desert.
Notable openings this week in NYC and Los Angeles.
For 1/3 of his new exhibition “The Suggestionists” at the Saatchi Gallery, Jamie Hewlett has created an entire deck of large format tarot cards inspired by Alejandro Jodorowsky’s research of the original Tarot de Marseille.
More info on the prints here