Art Style

See Inside Serena Williams’s Miami Mansion

When you’re a 23-time Grand Slam singles title winner, you need a home that matches your game. Fortunately, tennis legend Serena Williams’s home does just that. She stars on the cover of AD’s March issue, where she gives the outlet a tour of her extravagant Spanish Mediterranean–style estate north of Miami… or as I like to call it, Miami’s most exclusive art museum.

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Five years ago, Serena purchased this 14,500-square-foot property determined to manifest her dream home. “I was moving away from Venus for the first time in my life, so I wanted it to be really meaningful,” she told AD. However, bringing her design ideas to life was easier said than done. “I’m really good at playing tennis;

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5 ways supermodel Kendall Jenner has mastered the art of impeccable street style : Bollywood News

Kendall Jenner has had an envious career graph – from a famous teen on an American reality TV show Keeping up with the Kardashians to the becoming one of the top supermodels in the world. Her fashion and style are always a talking point. She does justice to whatever she wears and however. Kendall Jenner is a trend setter and we love it.

5 ways supermodel Kendall Jenner has mastered the art of impeccable street style

But our most favourite part about her fashion is her impeccable street style. It deserves a solid 11/10 and it’s undeniable. Here are a few Kendall Jenner looks that we can’t help but fawn over.

CARDIGANS AND DENIMS

5 ways supermodel Kendall Jenner has mastered the art of impeccable street style

Kendall Jenner pulled off a tiny lilac cropped sweater with a cardigan of the same colour and embroidery. She donned two shades jeans with it and pairs with a pair of black loafers. She kept her hair straight and chose to accessorize with a dainty chain. She looked absolutely

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Accommodation plan offers guests a chance to experience the world of Murakami’s art

Those familiar with contemporary Japanese art have surely come across the works of Takashi Murakami. Known for blurring the line between high and low arts, the renowned artist’s style incorporates themes from traditional and popular culture, producing works with vibrant colors and striking imagery.

Through June 1, guests at Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Roppongi Hills can immerse themselves in the world of Murakami when they book the new Takashi Murakami Flower Gallery stay package. Produced by the artist himself, the package is the first of its kind, offered exclusively in one suite featuring 14 original pieces of his signature flower motif, including a 195-centimeter golden Flower Parent and Child sculpture. From paintings, rugs and flower balls in the living room to plush stuffed animals in the bedroom, the cute, joyous expressions that fill this exclusive suite will keep guests in a state of jubilation throughout their stay.

The inspiration behind

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Richard Feigen, Gallerist and Champion of Art, Dies at 90

Richard L. Feigen, a prominent gallerist, dealer and collector whose influence in the art world in New York and beyond included brokering top-dollar deals of all sorts for museums and magnates while championing both old masters and new talent, died on Jan. 29 in Mount Kisco, N.Y. He was 90.

His daughter, Philippa Feigen Malkin, said the cause was complications of Covid-19.

Mr. Feigen had a hand in numerous headline-making art sales during his more than 60 years in the business. At his galleries in Manhattan, Chicago and elsewhere, he hosted countless exhibitions, including early ones by emerging figures like the Pop artist Gerald Laing and the sculptor Enrique Castro-Cid. For years he represented the elusive collagist Ray Johnson, and he was a big booster of the assemblagist Joseph Cornell, the painter and sculptor Jean Dubuffet and the painter and printmaker Max Beckmann, all of whom

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