From the retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum to the opening ceremony spectacle for the Summer Olympics, 2008 was the year of Cai Guo-Qiang Continue Reading
It makes you smile, no?
Here is another project by Mikiko Endo Continue Reading
Like Whitney Houston sings in her 1986 song “Greatest Love of All,” I, too, want to believe the children are our future Continue Reading
There are hundreds of fragrances out on the market that bear familiar names like “Dior,” “Calvin Klein,” “Dolce&Gabbana” Continue Reading
The major retrospective on Jeff Koons, the star of the ’80s Neo-Geo movement, opened at the Château de Versailles a few weeks ago. The exhibition runs until December 14, 2008.
If you are visiting Paris this year, don’t be lazy, go to Versailles first. Viewing a great American artist’s work in an environment with an incomparably rich history could be your once-in-a-lifetime experience.
I don’t know how to describe his work, but it’s pretty.
Just pretty is enough these days.
(Same with fragrances, we don’t need anything more.)