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Entertainment 29 Sep 2023

Greetings in this week’s installment of our Friday newsletter! We’re thrilled to present an enticing array of art, fashion, and pop culture narratives to jumpstart your weekend.

Unique Entry Experience at the Royal Academy’s Latest Exhibition

Heading to the Royal Academy’s latest exhibit in London? Well, here’s the scoop: You’ll have to squeeze between two nude models to get in. It’s all part of Marina Abramović’s career retrospective, which she first did with her partner Ulay in ’77. And hey, if the nude scene isn’t your thing, there’s a separate entrance for you too. Find out more via the BBC article here.

Proud Mom Kim Kardashian Showcases North West’s Stunning Sunset Painting

North West has done it again! Kim Kardashian shared another one of North’s incredible masterpieces with her whopping 364 million followers. Kim couldn’t help but gush: North has been working on this sunset landscape painting for a few weeks and it turned out so beautiful. I’m so proud of my baby. 🌅🎨

Reviving Y2K Cool: Coperni’s CD-PLAYER Swipe Bag

Coperni’s “CD-PLAYER Swipe Bag” breathes new life into Y2K nostalgia by merging 2000s-style accessories with modern technology. This sleek bag features a functional CD player inspired by Sony’s Walkman, complete with USB-C charging and wired headphones, promising a stylish fusion of the past and present.

Rediscovered Masterpiece: Artemisia Gentileschi’s Long-Lost Painting

Conservator Adelaide Izat works on Susanna and the Elders​​​​​​​, a painting newly reattributed to Artemisia Gentileschi.
Conservator Adelaide Izat works on Susanna and the Elders, a painting newly reattributed to Artemisia Gentileschi. Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III 2023

An extremely rare painting by Artemisia Gentileschi, once misattributed and left to decay for over a century, has been rediscovered in the UK’s Royal Collection. Thanks to art historian Niko Munz and a dedicated team of curators, this masterpiece, created while Gentileschi worked in London with her father in the 1630s, has returned to the spotlight.

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