Check out the most anticipated events and special exhibitions in the city this season.
Murphy's selection of works, including an Andy Warhol and a Jean-Michel Basquiat, will go on auction March 11.
The exhibition at Palais Galliera celebrates the enduring creativity and joy that defined the designer and his life’s work.
From Léa Seydoux to risqué shoots, this new exhibition is bringing the supermodel era to the present day.
With her first U.S. solo show now open at New York's Mignoni Gallery, L'OFFICIEL speaks with French artist Cyrielle Gulacsy about her pointilist paintings and astronomical attention to detail.
A new collective exhibition, Yves Saint Laurent Aux Musées, celebrates 60 years of YSL's design history at the Centre Pompidou, Musée du Louvre, Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris, Musée d’Orsay, Musée National Picasso-Paris, and Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris.
In Seoul-based Cho Gi-Seok's first major exhibition, the visual artist juxtaposes natural elements and the human form to show their harmonious relationship.
Toba Khedoori’s wax-coated paintings, now on view in a survey show at the Fridericianum in Kassel, Germany, contemplate the everyday through their solitary, intricate renderings.
The Swiss luxury brand continued its collaboration with artist Wen-Chi Su at its bespoke beach club.
While Aspen has always been known as a winter playground for the upper echelon, a clique of high-powered art collectors and curators—and a summer season topped with a high-profile gala and auction benefitting the art museum—have turned this former mining town into a world class culture capital.
Museum director Franklin Sirmans is on a mission to make contemporary art a medium for community-building.
From luxury store openings to art installations, a number of exciting fashion happenings have taken over the sunshine state.
Alex Israel explores new realities and reinvents the selfie in his latest art endeavor that merges technology and pop.
As the world's art scene descends upon the Florida hot-spot, L'OFFICIEL breaks down where to go and what to see.
Bored with New York City's art scene, Jamian Juliano-Villani and two close friends decide to make some noise by launching their own irreverent gallery.
Ready to examine the world through his camera lens, Sprouse seeks to define "the spaces" we occupy. He's now opened his first official website to exhibit his best works with a selection of limited edition prints for sale worldwide.
This year we’re celebrating L’OFFICIEL’s centennial and L’OFFICIEL Art’s milestone: 10 years of cutting-edge art world coverage.
Novelist Marc Levy and Saint-Gobain Chairman Pierre-André de Chalendar were celebrated for their contributions to French-American culture.
With high-profile roles in the newest Bond film No Time to Die and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch, Léa Seydoux lights up the big screen with glamour and vulnerability. Here, the L'OFFICIEL Art global Winter 2021 coverstar is seen through the eyes of Leo Villareal on the River Thames in front of Westminster Bridge, part of the artist's large-scale work Illuminated River.
McArthur Binion’s grid-filled canvases are more than meets the eye. Upon closer inspection, the artist reveals his ability to turn order and pattern into something reactive.
Singer Lady Gaga is selling sculptures in collaboration with champagne brand Dom Pérignon.
After forging her own path, Guggenheim curator Ashley James is ready to address life on the record.
Monet's Coin du Bassin aux Nymphéas may sell for more than $40 million.
The #BlackDesignVisionaries grant is awarded to those who are aiming to enact change in the field of design.
The style visionary’s creative range is on full display in his new exhibition at Paris’ Lafayette Anticipations Foundation.