Artistic Interiors: Ashley Hicks’ Adventurous Collab with Martina Mondadori “The Sistine Bathroom” – that’s the name of the creative genius of Ashley Hicks, renowned for his
Make A Pit Stop At Venice Biennale 2019 art has always been a deeply engraved tradition of Italy, enhancing its historically significant charms. The 58th edition of Biennale officially opened in May of 2019, featuring 72 different artists in “May You Live In Interesting Times” expressing their stories in majestically alluring ways. This main exhibition has immense importance in art history as for the first time women dominate half of the artwork submissions to Corderie dell’Arsenale and the Central Pavilion as well.
Jeff Koon’s Rabbit Makes History is one of the most famous American artists mainly known for creating objects produced from stainless steel with a mirror-like finish. Koon rose to his ultimate fame when his 1986 steel sculpture rabbit was sold for $91.1 million at Christie’s. Making it the most expensive work by a living artist in history sold at auction by breaking David Hockney’s record set just this past November of his 1972 “Portrait of an Artist” sold for $90.2 million at Christie’s.
GDC Luxury, The Ultimate Luxury Connoisseur is one of Dubai’s largest and most prestigious interior design studios. The company, which is now based in both Milan and Dubai, has staked its claim as one of the most authentic celebrators of modern-day luxury design.
The First Chateau De Versailles EDM Party has stood proudly as an architectural marvel built in the mid17th-century, as a testament to the power of the French monarchy at the time. For years, the extravagant building has played host to some of the most remarkable avant-garde art and music festivals held in honor of the French royalty.
The Future of Banksy and his Self-Destructing Art Piece, Banksy, an acclaimed British graffiti artist, made headlines with what is perhaps his most innovative venture yet – an exploding art piece. The piece in question was a copy of one of the artist’s most renowned works; a picture of a young girl letting go of a red balloon. Naturally, the piece became considerably more famous when the copy exploded just moments after it had been auctioned off for a whopping $1.4 million.