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News 19 Apr 2024

Welcome to the Friday Weekly Wrap-Up newsletter, where we explore the intersection of Art, Fashion, and Pop Culture.

Save The Date For Our Next Event in Berlin

After the resounding success of our recent event in Venice, we’re thrilled to extend an invitation to our upcoming gathering, this time in Berlin on April 26th. Be sure to keep a keen eye on your inbox to learn more about this art networking op, graciously hosted by us!

Peggy Gou Collaborates with Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson’s artistic vision extends beyond sculptures as his dance moves make an unexpected appearance on musician Peggy Gou’s latest album cover, ‘I Hear You.’ and the music video for the song 1+1=11. The collaboration stems from a spontaneous dance session in Berlin, where Eliasson’s moves sparked a creative alliance between the contemporary art luminary and Korean electronic music sensation.

Flames of Loss – The Tragic Fire at Børsen

Last week, a tragic event unfolded as flames engulfed Børsen (The Exchange), one of Denmark’s most venerable architectural marvels, boasting a history dating back to 1619. Within its walls lay a treasure trove of artistic riches, including Peder Severin Krøyer’s masterpiece “From Copenhagen Stock Exchange” (1895), thankfully rescued. However, amidst the devastation, countless other irreplaceable artifacts were tragically lost forever.

Lana Del Rey’s Dazzling Coachella Couture

Lana Del Rey revealed to her Instagram followers this week that her stunning Coachella looks were crafted by Dolce & Gabbana. For her viral headline performance, she donned a custom gown adorned with Swarovski crystal chains and delicate rose accents. Transitioning to her second appearance, she mesmerized in a bespoke jersey dress, also intricately embellished with Swarovski crystals, while her ensemble of dancers complemented her in coordinating draped dresses.

Israel Pavilion at Venice Biennale Closed

Ruth Patir, Israel’s representative at the Venice Biennale, alongside the exhibition’s curators, opted to close the doors to the Israel pavilion as the 60th Venice Biennale commenced this week. A notice affixed to the pavilion’s entrance, adjacent to the U.S. pavilion reads: “the artist and curators of the Israeli pavilion will open the exhibition when a cease-fire and hostage release agreement is reached.”

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