There's a lot to love in the fanciful image, but there's also a lot to question. Read the full article by Ben Davis, from February 13, 2018, in Artnet News by clicking HERE.
P&M: You grew up in Southeast Asia. Could you tell us where and what your most vivid memories of your childhood are? KG: I lived in Bangkok, Thailand, Taipei, Taiwan, and Rangoon, Burma (now Myanmar). My most vivid memories include attending International school with childrenfrom all over the world, enjoying the native foods and spicy dishes, learning about the culture (Buddhism), and all of the interesting colorful, natural geographies in such lush climates. P&M: How did your childhood influence your decision to commit to jewelry design and how does it impact your designs? KG: I believe my...
It Belongs ‘In Front of Trump Tower’: The French Art World Continues to Slam Jeff Koons’s Paris Memorial
Koons has been sharply criticized for his plans to install the work in front of the Palais de Tokyo—across town from the Bataclan. Read the full article by Sarah Cascone, January 25, 2018, and view the piece in question in ArtNet News by clicking HERE.
Plus, the Vatican is set to host a major Andy Warhol exhibition and David Adjaye's DC museum wins an award. Read the full story from ArtNet News HERE. artnet News, January 26, 2018
Sit on This! The Guggenheim Basks in the Reflected Glory of Its Golden Riposte to Trump’s Van Gogh Request
Guggenheim curator Nancy Spector and artist Maurizio Cattelan offered Donald Trump a special loan instead: a solid gold toilet. Read the full story by Brian Boucher, January 25, 2018 in ArtNet news by clicking here.