Future Classic

 

Matthew Stone’s “Healing With Wounds”, on view at Somerset House in London through the end of August.

“I think people will still be encouraged in eating the odd meat specialty”

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Turin is poised to become Italy’s first vegetarian city.

Crash Buds

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The nearly mythical story of Yosemite’s lake full of pot.

A Being in the World

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A great new group exhibition opens tonight (6/29) at Salon 94 Bowery. Curated by Jayson Musson and Fabienne Stephan, A Being in the World features the work of Emilia Brintnall, James Castle, Steven and Billy Dufala, William Edmondson, Gerasimos Floratos, Mark Thomas Gibson, Maia Ruth Lee, Caro Niederer, Lee Scratch Perry, Tschabalala Self, Katie Stout, Bill Traylor, and James Ulmer.

“Money’s the cheapest thing. Liberty and freedom is the most expensive.”

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Rest in Peace Bill Cunningham, New York fashion’s humble photographer.

ART, AMIRITE?

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Opening this Saturday night (6/25) at Maitland Foley in Los Angeles is ART, AMIRITE?, a new exhibition by Norberto Rodriguez. Utilizing a catalogue of 36 years of work by the late Bert Rodriguez, ART, AMIRITE? is Norberto Rodriguez’s first solo show with with the gallery .
 

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Like Walking on the Back of a Whale

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Christo’s self-financed $17m art project The Floating Piers, opens across Italy’s Lake Iseo on June 18th.

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Straight Out of a Video Game

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Japanese Baseball Forever

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Esperando Por Ti

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A new print and two originals by FAILE available tomorrow (5/19) at Noon EST.

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Los Angeles, Friday the 13th

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BRAIN DEAD PRESENTS: Lucas Dillon, Eric Elms, and Russel Maurice at Slow Culture.

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ArtFits (vol. 27)

 

A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni

Location:Tom Sachs: Nuggets at Jeffrey Deitch (05/05/2016)

R.I.P. Coachella

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A leading earthquake scientist has once again reminded everyone that the Southern Californian part of the San Andreas Fault—which runs directly through the Coachella Valley—is “locked, loaded and ready to roll.”

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