Helmut Newton

The Helmut Newton Foundation has just announced a major retrospective exhibit later this month in Berlin. When Newton established his foundation in Berlin a decade ago, he donated several hundred original photographs for the foundation’s permanent collection. For its tenth anniversary, the Helmut Newton Foundation will exhibit roughly 200 of them, in all their glorious […]

TAWD November 21, 2014

“Yamamoto & Yohji ”

Today saw the release of a major monograph on Yohji Yamamoto “Yamamoto & Yohji ” by publisher Rizzoli. The new volume contains 600 photographs and contributions from friends, including the French actress Charlotte Rampling and the German filmmaker Wim Wenders. It is a hefty, cloth-bound tome totaling 448 pages printed on thick matte paper, as […]

TAWD November 20, 2014

Pantone Universe

Over the past few years Pantone, the global standard for color management has experimented with extending their brand into other consumer categories. “Pantone Universe”—as it is referred to—started with coffee mugs and small paper items you could buy at the MoMa gift shop. Then there were sheets, towels and kitchen accessories. Now, the most interactive […]

TAWD November 15, 2014

Keith Haring

Today I attended the DeYoung Museum’s member preview of “Keith Haring: The Political Line.” This is the US premiere and is the first major Haring show on the West Coast in nearly two decades. Many of the works are on loan from the Keith Haring Foundation, New York, with supplemental loans from public and private […]

TAWD November 7, 2014
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