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4. “Walker Evans: Depth of Field” @ the High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Under Marc Jacobs’s 16-year reign, Louis Vuitton evolved beyond luxury luggage and became known for iconic clothing and accessories, with some of its most popular designs born out of artist collaborations. Beginning in 2001 when Jacobs was inspired by Stephen Sprouse’s “desire to take what he saw in the streets and elevate it,” the designer started a tradition of artist-inspired collections involving big names, from Richard Prince to Takashi Murakami to Daniel Buren.
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1. “Joel Shapiro” @ the Nasher Sculpture Center
The 32nd Bienal de São Paulo will showcase the exhibition “Incerteza viva (Live Uncertainty)” from September 10 through December 11, 2016, at the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion. The focus of the exhibition will be on the notions of uncertainty and entropy.... READ MORE NOW
With the first six months of 2016 behind us, it is time to look at how the architecture of the year is taking shape. The year 2016 has proven to be momentous year in architecture, with the inclusion of Bjarke Ingels into Time 100 list of most influential people, as well as the untimely death of Zaha Hadid. Alongside the completion of some remarkable, long-awaited buildings, 2016 has also given us some extraordinary buildings of a more unusual kind.
2. “Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life” @ the Broad, Los Angeles
3. “Women of Abstract Expressionism” @ the Denver Museum of Art