Discover the emerging visual artists to put on your radar this year.
Even the art world has drama.
Calling all art lovers: L'OFFICIEL walks you through eight different art exhibitions happening around the world this season, as well as what to do in your free time, and what hotels to stay at.
Louis Vuitton's collaboration with Nike featuring Air Force 1 sneakers designed by Virgil Abloh launches this week along with a series of art installations.
Multimedia artist Julian Charrière explores the disorienting effect of being lost in nature, as well as the destructive effect humans are having on nature itself.
L’OFFICIEL speaks with Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton about American fashion’s past and the exhibition’s cinematic scenes and garment-focused studies in style.
L’OFFICIEL speaks with the auction house’s Brooke Lampley about a special event at the much-acclaimed exhibition.
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Curator Cecilia Alemani has taken the helm at the largest art exhibition in the world—the Venice Biennale—and brings women and non-binary artists to the center of the conversation.
The Pérez Art Museum Miami's new exhibition reexamines the forgotten legacy of Venezuelan sculptor Marisol Sol Escobar, a leading female artist of the Pop art movement and friend of Andy Warhol.
Delfin Finley’s paintings reflect his identity as a person of color, challenge the dominant lens of the art world, and work to encourage the investigation of internal biases.
Executive Director Nicholas Fox Weber speaks with L'OFFICIEL on what this milestone means to the foundation and the art world at large.
Check out the most anticipated events and special exhibitions in the city this season.
From Léa Seydoux to risqué shoots, this new exhibition is bringing the supermodel era to the present day.
On its 60th anniversary, Saint Laurent is displaying some of the eponymous designer's most iconic creations across six different Paris museums.
Singer Lady Gaga is selling sculptures in collaboration with champagne brand Dom Pérignon.
Monet's Coin du Bassin aux Nymphéas may sell for more than $40 million.
L'OFFICIEL Art rings in the opening of The Armory Show with a festive party at the Equinox Hotel in New York City.
As museums slowly begin to reopen, these should be at the top of your list.
In partnership with SN37, Google's Creator Labs highlight nine young photographers and filmmakers with unique perspectives and ideas.