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Vogue Magazine

Venice V Is Los Angeles’s Coolest New Beachside Hotel

When a California hotel bears the name of its neighborhood, it’s also expected to embody its ethos. The Beverly Hills Hotel, with its banana leaf wallpaper, red carpet entrance, and 43-dollar McCarthy salad, conveys its ultra-wealthy, Hollywood heavy, hillside enclave. Meanwhile, the Sunset Tower exudes the same bright-lights, heart-pulsing aura as Sunset Boulevard below. So when Venice V—a new boutique property perched right upon Venice Beach—adopted the moniker of its area, it gave itself some high stakes.
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Rolling Stone

These Are the 31 Back-to-School Deals Worth Shopping Right Now

Whether you’re attending physical classes again or continuing virtual learning, the school year is just about to begin. We’ve collected the best deals we could find to make sure you’re adequately prepared for a fresh set of classes, or adjusting to life in a dorm. The discounts below will ensure you can get the right computer, gadgets, appliances, decor and other gear to start your academic year off on the right foot. Even if you’re not headed back to school, August is a great month to snag a deal on popular electronics, home goods and gadgets. We’ll continue to update this list...
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Summit, NJRenna Media

Summit Public Art Invites Artist Laurence de Valmy to Create Mural

In 2021, public art has become more relevant than ever. A great example of one initiative to dynamize a city downtown after a year of pandemic is the one led by Summit Public Art. For nearly twenty years, Summit Public Art (SPA) has infused Summit’s downtown with contemporary art installations...
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ARTnews

Western Artists Continue to Rise in Hong Kong, Driving Global Market Higher

The global pandemic caused auction sales to fall 20 percent in 2020 due to the cancellation of live auctions and the improvisational nature of the hybrid auctions that replaced them. In many respects, keeping the drop to only 20 percent was a remarkable display of global demand for art at the top auction houses. Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Phillips have bounced back in 2021 to post auction volumes at or above pre-pandemic levels. Auction house executives often point to the boost in buying from clients based in Asia to explain last year’s mitigated fall and this year’s strong rise. In December 2020, Hong...
Economydoingmoretoday.com

April King

“I didn’t think, when I walked into the company, that I would be the CEO. I did expect to be successful though.” These words were spoken by the empowering Ursula Burns. Burns wears many hats, but the one that she’s best known for is being the CEO of Xerox. Burns is the first black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. While Burns will tell you, “This is not really a good thing to celebrate,” from 2009 to 2016 she was the first and only black woman to wear this corporate crown in America’s history. Burns serves on the boards of American Express, Exxon Mobil, Diageo, Nestle, and Uber. Through her hard work, she acquired another CEO position from 2018 to 2020 with Veon, a company that serves Eurasian countries to deliver digital communications. She is a mechanical engineer by training, graduating from what was then called Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (now NYU Engineering) and earned her master’s degree from Columbia University.
New York City, NYPosted by
InsideHook

Basquiat Collaborations Are Ubiquitous, But Are They Necessary?

Last week Saint Laurent RIVE DROITE revealed their collaboration with the estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, consisting of a specially curated exhibition of the artist’s work (on display at the brand’s stores in Paris and Los Angeles) and a capsule collection that includes T-shirts, hoodies and a $6,000 skimboard emblazoned with the iconic scribbles for which Basquiat is known.
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Patriana Sonia

Glenstone

This is what we loved about DC the most, lots of cool places. Glenstone is DC's area best-hidden gem, tucked away in nearby Potomac, MD. The museum look super futuristic and has lots of cool photo ops for the "Gram! We really enjoyed the beautiful sceneries, art installations (the Split-Rocker by Jeff Koons) and work of arts by Warhol, Pollock, and Basquiat. Admission is free but you have to reserved for a time slot. Would highly recommend it! Music: Jazz Hop Summer by Audio Splice from Adobe Rush Soundtrack ✔ I N S T A G R A M <a href="https://www.instagram.com/patrianasonia">https://www.instagram.com/patrianasonia</a>/ ✔Y O U T U B E <a href="https://www.youtube.com/patrianasonia">https://www.youtube.com/patrianasonia</a>/
Interior Designboutique-homes.com

A Conversation With Silvia Hengstenberg

Three years ago and pre-Covid, restoration plans were presented for Casa de Mareas, a 16th-century Basque mansion in Cantabria, Spain. “This is the house of the future, not just of the things we need right now,” investors told Silvia Hengstenberg, owner of the avant-garde home. Silvia hunts for homes with...
New York City, NYAlleyWatch

The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 8/2/2021

The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 8/2/2021 featuring funding details for Mixlab, Juno Medical, and much more. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings. Mixlab, a pet pharmacy platform, has raised $20M in Series A funding led...
New York City, NYAlleyWatch

#NYCtech Week in Review: 7/25/21 – 7/31/21

With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of the things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News for the week ending 7/31 including the NYC startup fundings, NYC startup exits, and NYC startup events featuring news for Oova, Lithic, Realm, and much, much more.
Ephrata, PALancaster Online

Ephrata-based Joey Tepedino's work featured in show at esteemed NYC gallery

Wide-eyed, dazed, anxious faces burst from an ecstatic cacophony of colors in Joey Tepedino’s acrylic painting “It Can’t Be.”. The work is one of three energetic, enigmatic paintings by the Ephrata artist now on display as part of the “Metamorphosis: Summer Group Show” exhibit at the Hal Bromm Gallery in New York City. A detail from another of his paintings, “River,” is featured on a postcard promoting the show, which runs through Aug. 19.
New York City, NYAlleyWatch

The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 8/2/21

The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report takes us on a trip across various ecosystems in the US, highlighting some of the notable funding activity in the various markets that we track. The notable startup funding rounds for the week ending 7/31/21 featuring funding details for Covariant, GupShip, Homebase, and twenty-three other rounds that you need to know about.
Designers & CollectionsHighsnobiety

A Brief History of Rick Owens Sneaker Collaborations

Considering Rick Owens isn’t the biggest fan of sneakers, the iconic designer has quite a few sneaker collaborations under his belt. Owens has collaborated with the likes of adidas, Dr. martens, Veja, and Birkenstock, most recently adding Converse to the ever-growing list of brands that have tapped the Dark Lord for his unmistakable aesthetic.
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New River Fine Art | Burgess Modern + Contemporary

Contemporary DeFi{ned}

New River Fine Art proudly presents a curated exhibition titled: Contemporary DeFi{ned} at Market Art + Design Hamptons 2021, opening August 12, 2021; showcasing artwork from Mr. Brainwash, Alex Gabriel Bernstein, Andrew Cotton, Estella Fransbergen, Pietro & Riccardo Ferro, Jennifer JL Jones, Takashi Murakami, Pose, Marlene Rose, Hunt Slonem, Super Buddha, and Bertil Vallien.
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New River Fine Art | Burgess Modern + Contemporary

Andrew Cotton's Pop Iconology

Pop Iconology allows us to reference a culture in such a way that visual familiarity, recognition, and acceptance is reinforced through relatable imagery. These pop styles, movements, and aesthetics are all tools that artist, Andrew Cotton uses in his contemporary portraits that give us an unusual hybrid model of unsymmetrical duality.
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