Christopher Wool “Apocalypse Now”, 1988.
The quotation is from the 1979 Francis Ford Coppola movie Apocalypse Now, and it’s part of a letter that US Army Captain Richard Colby writes to his wife. The letter says: “Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids, find someone else, forget it. I am never coming back. Forget it.” #christopherwool#apocalypsenow#contemporaryart
Walking barefoot through IK LAB’s wooden and glass doors, feels like passing through a portal to another dimension.
“Alignments”, the gallery’s inaugural exhibition, features works by Tatiana Trouvé, Artur Lescher and Margo Trushina that explore the human journey through both physical and metaphysical realms.
Allen Jones - La Sheer, 1968, oil on canvas. “Fetishism and the transgressive world produced images that I liked because they were dangerous. They were about personal obsessions. They stood outside the accepted canons of artistic expression and they suggested new ways of depicting the figure that weren't dressed up for public consumption." #allenjones#furniphilia#popart
When art meets fashion: the Gucci chapter by Ignasi Monreal.
The #GucciSS18 campaign imagines paintings that feature imagery from classic artworks with characters dressed in the collection by Alessandro Michele.
The Gucci art wall in Milan’s Largo la Foppa is inspired by “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (1490-1500) by Hieronymus Bosch held at Museo Del Prado, Madrid, and “The Arnolfini Portrait” (1434) by Jan Van Eyck, National Gallery, London.
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