From Saturday 22 April the Kunsthal Rotterdam will present a large-scale retrospective of the life and work of Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), one of the most influential artists and photographers of the 20th century.
For Summer 2017, KENZO commissioned curator and filmmaker Akinola Davies Jr. to conceive a project around its collections and the notion of “ceremony”.
Gallery 1957 is proud to present Rituals of Becoming, a new exhibition by the Ghanaian-Togolese artist Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi a.k.a. crazinisT artisT.
From 19 April to 13 May, the Brussels MAAC hosts the exhibition Common land by Belgian photographer Laetitia Bica.
all i possess is an online art installation by conceptual artist Simon Freund. A register of each and every object that the artist owns.
Act! Cut! Play! is a new interdisciplinary talent development project that has the ambition to lift the quality of fashion films to a higher level.
Galerie Gmurzynska announced “Pool Party in the Snow” an extensive solo show of photographer, entrepreneur and art collector, Jean Pigozzi’s photography, to be presented for the first time in Europe.
Before there was Instagram there was Polaroid. Ferry’s Polaroids however, go beyond the mere aesthetic. They straddle the line between erotica and humour, abstract and intimate.
Jonathan Anderson is teamed up with Alasdair McLellan to release a series of NSFW posters and t-shirts.
Co-curated by Lou Stoppard and Adam Murray, North explores the way the region is depicted, constructed and celebrated in select photographs, artworks and fashion collections.
The theme on which the exhibition focuses is the relationship between identity and physicality.
Artist David Murray created a series of illustrations featuring some superheroes wearing pieces from the FW16 season.
Channelling the new aesthetic introduced by Creative Director Alessandro Michele, Gucci is pleased to announce the launch of an unconventional project in which four artists are invited to create virtual and real spaces that express the eclectic and inventive spirit of the House.
There’s no better way to add character to casual outfits than with one of Gucci‘s eclectic tees.
A new art project intends to break the illusion of the perfect dick. Designer Brian Frandsen is the man behind ‘I Dick You’, and during the next 6 months he will create 100 keychains shaped as dicks.
In The Company of Men, Alexandre Haefeli takes interest in the representation of the male body and its relation to eroticism.
Curated by Aiden Tuite, this exhibition features works by Larry Clark, Sandy Kim, Ryan Mcginley, and Dash Snow.
Confidence is sexy, vulnerability is sensual.
In 1945 Bob Mizer began taking photographs of strapping young men on Muscle Beach in Venice, California.
Together is the new project from Mathery Studio. This photographic work expresses the desire to reinterpret and recast the structure of fashion apparel.