Marc Newson offers us a collector’s book retracing the gist of his work: interior architecture, furniture, household items, airplane cabins, jets, concept car, fashion…These 600 encyclopedia pages will definitely change the minds of those who still doubt the audacity of this Australian genius, “Marc Newson Works”, (ed. Taschen). www.taschen.com
Group exhibit “New Photography 2012” focuses on five artists – Michele Abeles, Birdhead (Ji Weiyu and Song Tao), Anne Collier, Zoe Crosher and Shirana Shahbazi – who represent the diversity and vitality of contemporary photography.
On view until February 4 at the Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St., +1 212 708 9400, www.moma.org
Art dealer Larry Gagosian has opened his latest and biggest gallery in a hangar at Le Bourget airport near Paris. The inauguration of an art space in an airport is richly symbolic for Gagosian. His global network of galleries represents the estates and careers of many of the world’s top artists, including Pablo Picasso, Alberto Giacometti, Andy Warhol, Cy Twombly, Richard Serra and Damien Hirst. Pritzker Prize-winning...
It is this winter’s must-have. Canali’s Mao collared jacket, burgundy, flame or striped, has a slight Barry Lindon touch thanks to the silk velvet that makes it timeless. It can be worn with a T-shirt or over a button down shirt depending on the situation. Canali, Foch St., Downtown, Beirut. +961 1 991111
Born in Beirut in 1925, Etel Adnan is widely recognized as one of the foremost authors, poets and playwrights of her generation. Painting has also been a key component of her work. This exhibit pays tribute to the prolific artist with never before-seen new paintings as well as memorable works from the ‘60 all the way up to 2010. On view until January 12 at...
by aishtiworldDutch designer Maarten Baas is known for his rebellious, playful, intellectual, theatrical and artistic work; these unique #Clay pieces are in collections of main museums, such as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam & Les Arts Decoratifs Paris #MaartenBaas#AishtiHomeCollection#AishtibytheSea T. 04 717 716 ext. 285