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Not all museum exhibitions have to be ground breaking. Some can just be beautiful and Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is beyond beautiful. The show “explores horticultural developments that reshaped the landscape of France and grounded innovative movements both artistic and green.” It features over 150 works […]

My friend and I couldn’t believe the Louis Vuitton exhibition Volez Voguez Voyagez was free. It’s so large and extensive that they could easily charge $50 for admission. The exhibition, curated by Olivier Saillard, retraces the adventure of the House of Louis Vuitton from 1854 to the present. It begins with the iconic trunks for […]

I apologize for the brief posts yesterday and today. This week has been crazy. But I have a lot of photos to edit for upcoming posts and lots of fun things coming up for you in November. I’m looking forward to relaxing tonight while watching the new Joan Didion documentary, The Center Will Not Hold, […]

Last year, I wrote about how the Christian Dior company purchased the designer’s former home Château de la Colle Noire in Grasse, France and brought it back to life. Now there is a book that celebrates the gorgeous Provence house and gardens, Christian Dior in the South of France: The Château de la Colle Noire.  The Musée des […]

I didn’t really need another reason to visit London this year but the new exhibition House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion at Chatsworth has me checking flights. Hamish Bowles from Vogue was tapped by the Countess of Burlington to curate an exhibition that explores the fashionable history Chatsworth after she stumbled across some of the couture pieces while searching […]

After trying to make it to every museum in Paris this summer, I realized that there are a few museums I still haven’t visited in New York.  One of the first I am headed is The Jewish Museum to see the new exhibition Helena Rubinstein: Beauty is Power exhibition. It is the first exhibition to […]

I was lucky enough to see Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs this summer at the Tate Modern in London and today I saw it in New York.  Even though the new exhibition that opens at the Museum of Modern Art on October 12th contains much of the same art, it still feels exciting and new.  One […]

One of the biggest treats during my last trip to Paris was attending the preview of Cartier: Le Style et L’Histoire exhibition at the Grand Palais. I think we all know Cartier for their Love bracelets and chic watches but you will be amazed at the breadth of the 600 pieces of jewelry, objects, watches, […]

Basquiat at Gagosian

02 . 09 . 13

If you want to brave the snow drifts in New York this weekend, I suggest an outing to the Gagosian Gallery on West 24th Street for the Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition.  Or you can wait for warmer weather since it runs through April 6, 2013.  This major exhibition will feature over fifty works by the artist […]

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I braved the crowded to check out the new Picasso Black and White exhibition at the Guggenheim museum. While it’s not as dynamic or inspiring as some of the colorful Picasso exhibitions at the Gagosian galleries recently, Picasso’s work is amazing in any color. The white spiral gallery at the Guggenheim […]

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