This week, the Stay Gorgeous blog spotlighted Halle Berry’s signature pixie haircut and her status of breaking boundaries of traditional feminine ideals. Facebook and Twitter share runway-inspired hairstyles for the fall season.
This week on The Seen, we announced that Gordon Matta-Clark’s celebrated Garbage Wall would highlight the Chicago River at EXPO CHICAGO. Garbage sourced directly from the Chicago, Illinois, Mississippi and Ohio Rivers will be used to create this high-profile installation and highlight water pollution issues in the Midwest.
Next, we spotlighted SITE Santa Fe’s exhibition, More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness. The definition of “truthiness” is that things we wish to be true are preferred to things known to be true.
Finally, we featured the James Welling show at Donald Young Gallery. Inspired by the paintings of Andrew Wyeth, Welling photographs environments that remind him of or are actual settings from Wyeth’s works in Maine and Pennsylvania. The photos are simple yet profound.
This week on Simply Magnificent, we spotlighted an artist from the private art collection at The Residences. Tim Anderson is a renowned Chicago artist and one of the world’s premiere portrait artists. Anderson has created a portrait exclusively for the Screening Room The Landmark Club.
Next, we featured private architectural tours in Chicago. Off the Map Architectural Excursions introduces you to the unseen and unknown of Chicago’s diverse portfolio of buildings and residences. Whether it’s the downtown skyscrapers or a collection of Frank Lloyd Wright’s best works, take a handcrafted tour tailored just for you.
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