Happy Friday Folks! Here is a wrap-up of this week’s bitesize art x fashion x pop culture news for you to digest.
A glam step-back in time
Fotografiska New York opens its star-studded retrospective of legendary photographer Terry O’Neill today. It marks his largest exhibition ever in the US, displaying 110 of his works, celebrating 50 years of celebrity. You don’t want to miss it! Reserve your tickets here
Digital x Physical Art
Andrés Reisinger has unveiled his latest blend of digital and physical art at the Zara store in Paris Champs Elysées. For the installation he has utilized digital windows to create a virtual space, integrating a visionary part of the architecture that doesn’t exist physically. Check it out if you are in town!
Come on Barbie Let’s Go Party!
In July the unstoppable Margot Robbie is preparing to showcase her unique interpretation of the world’s most renowned doll – Barbie! As she gears up for another high-profile performance, the Australian actor recently participated in a captivating photoshoot inspired by her next character for Vogue’s Summer issue, adding to the anticipation surrounding her upcoming role.
Robots are taking over the art world!
With the recent emergence of Bard, a free competitor to Chat GBT, the AI robots are approaching in proximity. Have you given it a go? Additionally, in the realm of AI updates, we recommend exploring the inflatable marvels created by the artist joann – @joooo.ann, showcasing the Wonders of the World.
An Art Hit & Run!
Earlier this week, Derek Alan Modrok, a 49-year-old Florida resident, confessed to colliding his vehicle with the renowned blue rabbit sculpture titled “Thunderbunny” crafted by American artist Hunt Slonem. This incident caused significant damage to the sculpture, which is estimated to be worth $300,000 – a substantial loss! Modrok further admitted to committing vandalism on another artwork, specifically a popsicle statue created by Craig Berube-Gray, earlier this month. As a result, Modrok has been apprehended by the authorities.