Costume designer Caroline Duncan gives us her take on this year’s Oscar-nominated ensembles.
A 3D-Printed diamond ring
Wooden tools - a playful reversal by Michael James Moran and Celia Gibson.
Keeping it “Superreal” at El Museo del Barrio
Fashion mogul and personality Karl Lagerfeld has created a series of fire etchings: large-scale, Lichtenstein-esque glass panels etched from photographs of models, rappers, and one very fashionable nun.
Mark McGinnis’s series of tongue-in-cheek A through Z posters.
Jack Smith: the “exotic consultant” who revolutionized avant-garde film, performance, and drag culture.
Jean Jullien’s illustrations of existence in the age of touch screens.
Alas! Poor Yorick! His skull is made of paper.
Pari Dukovic’s photography regularly appears in magazines like New York, Esquire, Time, and The New Yorker, but his aesthetic is far from glossy.
Seismic Shifts features ten artists and architects challenging their audience with radical commentary on race, urbanization, and performance.
Eric Cahan’s Sky Series
Large-format photographer Austin Irving has travelled across America and East Asia documenting the uncanny architecture of “show” caves developed as tourist attractions.
The Whitney Museum interprets the blues through artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Romare Bearden, Mark Bradford, Stan Douglas, Glenn Ligon, John Outterbridge, Alma Thomas, Kara Walker, and David Hammons.
Sea glass organized neatly.