This buffalo-hide robe is covered in the exploits of at least two Lakota warriors and includes 60 figures depicted across 14 events. The exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 'The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky,' runs through May 10. On loan from Musée du quai Branly, Paris.
Marcel Duchamp photo Marvin Lazarus (1918–1982) 1962. Taken at the Museum of Modern Art on the final day of the “The Art of Assemblage” exhibition in 1961. The exhibition included thirteen of Duchamp’s works. Lazarus’s image captures Duchamp with his artwork: he stands framed within the spokes of his Bicycle Wheel, gazing up at his last painting, Tu m’, with one arm familiarly tossed around the shoulder of his Fountain.
Taste Addison | Addison, Texas, USA | This highly recommended event includes food from over 60 Addison restaurants, bands such as Blue October and Reckless Kelly, flair bartending exhibition, wine seminars, and more 5/17/13-5/19/13. | More photos and event details at: http://www.theflashlist.com/dallas/events/2013/05/dining/addison-circle-park-taste-addison-reckless-kelly-turnpike-troubadours-sister-hazel-blue-october.html
Isa Arfen’s ready-to-wear Spring 2015 collection featured 60’s inspired looks, including a standout dress made from guipure circle lace with studded geometric lines. Although the 1960’s pre-dates the existence of this technology by about a decade, the solderless breadboard exhibits a distinct likeness to the dress in question. This board allows one to experiment and prototype electronic circuits without the use of metal soldering of wires between components.
Kept at a constant temperature of minus 5 celcius, the bars, including walls and interior, are made using 40-50 tons of crystal clear ice, so guests can sit back in sculpted ice blocks and enjoy a drink “in the rocks”, rather than “on the rocks”. In this sense, ICEBAR BY ICEHOTEL brings a little bit of Jukkasjärvi to other parts of the world.
There is an image of a coquettish Marilyn Monroe in a gray fur coat, a photo of Monroe posed next to a Canadian Mountie, and a shot of her gently holding the muzzle and lead rope of a chestnut horse. The photos, part of a traveling exhibition of previously unavailable or unseen images, will be on display for three days beginning Thursday at the Sarah Stocking Gallery in San Francisco. The rare portraits of Monroe were taken by a variety of sources, from the famous fashion and celebrity…