Welcome to the Friday Weekly Wrap-Up newsletter, where we explore the intersection of Art, Fashion, and Pop Art.
Jacquemus Unveils ‘MINI ME’ Collection
Jacquemus has introduced his inaugural ‘MINI ME’ collection for kids on the brands IG, with a playful campaign featuring intentionally oversized designs. L’Enfant line encompasses a wide range of items, from hats to footwear, with prices ranging between US$95 and US$310.
A painting by the French post-Impressionist artist Edouard-Leon Cortés, which had been stolen from a New York gallery 60 years ago, has been successfully recovered in the United Kingdom. This artwork was among the 3,000 paintings stolen from the Herbert Arnot Gallery.
Gucci & Christie’s Collaborative Auction
Gucci and Christie’s have joined forces for an auction that explores fashion, art, and technology. Parallel Universes: From Future Frequencies to Gucci Cosmos, showcases nine artists who explore generative systems. You can place bids on the artworks from this exhibition until November 28, exclusively on Gucci Art Space.
Unveiling Banksy’s First Name: A Revealing Podcast Interview
Banksy‘s identity may have finally been uncovered… In a recent episode of the BBC’s podcast series “The Banksy Story,” an unreleased 2003 interview with the elusive artist hinted at his first name. When asked if his name was “Robert Banks” during the Turf War exhibition in London, the artist replied, “It’s Robbie.”