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Report From Art Basel: 'Prada Mode Miami' Takes Over the Freehand

Report From Art Basel: 'Prada Mode Miami' Takes Over the Freehand

Art Basel is technically launching this Thursday, December 6th - but that never stops the party from starting a little early. And indeed, Prada kicked off Miami Art Week last night with the opening of their groovy pop-up, Prada Mode Miami - which is a complete take over of Freehand Miami. The lobby, pool area, garden, lounge, and restaurants were all refurnished and redecorated to reflect Prada’s long-standing appreciation of the overriding Miami aesthetic.

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Artist Francesca Galliani Explores: Feminism, Human Rights and The Female Body

Artist Francesca Galliani Explores: Feminism, Human Rights and The Female Body

Italian populism is on the rise, fueled by the era of Trump, but artist Francesca Galliani continues to push the democratic ideals where art and freedom of expression meet seamlessly between Italian and American culture via the rise of globalization. 
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Photographer Giampietro Favero's Work is Enigmatic, Erotic and Hallucinatory

Photographer Giampietro Favero's Work is Enigmatic, Erotic and Hallucinatory

If Helmut Newton explored sexuality in a singularly provocative way, photographer Giampietro Favero takes us to a much more mysterious place. Though like Newton, each of the Italian fashion photographer's images seems to be telling one small part of a more elaborate story, thrillingly sparking the imagination with each glance.
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Must See Exhibition: 'John Waters: Indecent Exposure' Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Must See Exhibition: 'John Waters: Indecent Exposure' Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Art

There are very few places that are so viscerally associated with one cultural figure as is Baltimore with John Waters. And though he maintains an apartment in New York City (and can often be spotted out on the town), he still ultimately calls the Maryland city home.

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