Welcome to your Friday Art, Fashion, and Pop Culture Newsletter! This week, we dive into the breathtaking debut of El Anatsui’s ‘Behind the Red Moon’ at Tate Modern, explore career opportunities in the thriving art fair industry with SML Art World Jobs, discover why Miu Miu is stealing the fashion spotlight, and catch up on the VIP arrivals at Frieze London. Stay tuned for your weekly dose of creative inspiration!
El Anatsui’s ‘Behind the Red Moon’ at Tate Modern
Debuting alongside Frieze Week London, the Tate Modern has unveiled El Anatsui’s monumental sculptural installation, “The Hyundai Commission: El Anatsui: Behind the Red Moon.” Crafted from thousands of metal bottle tops and fragments, this expansive artwork in the Turbine Hall explores themes of transatlantic trade and migration.
Unlocking Careers in the Thriving Art Fair Industry with SML Art World Jobs
In their latest Insights guide, SML Art World Jobs offers guidance for careers in the art fair industry, where opportunities abound. From managing exhibitor relations and VIP interactions to event coordination, their guide helps readers learn about the various roles that cater to both entry-level and experienced professionals in the dynamic art fair world. Read it here.
Miu Miu Takes the Lead
According to Lyst’s analysis of over 200 million online shoppers, Miu Miu reigns as this quarter’s top brand. Miuccia Prada’s chic line has outshone Prada itself, driven by worldwide demand for their standout products like ballet flats, viral sequin-embellished briefs, and the Arcadie bag.
VIP Arrivals & Calmer Start at Frieze London
From Florence Pugh to Andrew Garfield to the Rubells, as Frieze London kicked off this week, VIPs and VVIPs strolled into the tent. Unlike last year, the dual-entry system, with some arriving at 11 am and others at 2 pm, ensured a serene start before the art fair frenzy in London.