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March, 2019

  • 22 March

    CARTIER’S NEW JEWELRY COLLECTION INSPIRED BY THE UNIVERSE IS NOW IN HUDSON YARDS

    The Jewelry Maison Cartier has for many years been a significant part of New York City. It was founded in 1847 and is one of the world’s most esteemed houses of luxury, creating exclusive collections of high and fine jewelry, timepieces and prestigious accessories. Cartier was born from the idea …

  • 9 March

    AI WEIWEI OFFERS TO BUY TONS OF BUTTONS FROM A UK FACTORY

    A Brown & Co Buttons is a factory in Croydon, South London specializing in plastic, metal, glass, pearl and olive wood buttons and wooden toggles. The company has been in existence for the past 100 years and has been making huge sales ever since. Unfortunately, the company is closing down …

  • 1 March

    DERRY NOYES TURNS KELLY’S ARTWORKS INTO STAMPS

    The United States Postal Services (USPS) announced that it will commemorate the influential abstract artist Ellsworth Kelly with a set of postage stamps slated to go on sale in 2019. Kelly was an American painter, sculptor and print maker associated with hard-edge painting. He passed away in 2015 and 4 …

February, 2019

  • 25 February

    MICHAEL HEIZER MOVES A 340-TON BOULDER ACROSS LA

    Michael Heizer is a site-contemporary artist specializing in large scale and site-specific sculptures. He has re-defined sculpture in terms of size, mass, gesture and process. His idea for sculpture came to him in 1969 when he discovered a 120-ton boulder in the mountains adjacent to his property and thought it …

  • 25 February

    What Happened To Designer Lagerfeld’s Art Collection

    As an iconic fashion designer, memories of Karl Otto Lagerfeld will definitely live on for years to come. The late supreme designer was an interesting human, right from the way he presented himself. His trademark look which would never go unrecognizable, always included: dark glasses, high collars, fingerless gloves and …