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Artistic Kinship

“With color theory at the core of every make-up application, it was my goal to choose colors that would represent the original painting yet not interfere with the modern direction, look and style,” says McKenna, president and founder of Kett Cosmetics. “We discussed every step, shared ideas, some better than others, and worked together towards the same end goal. Co-creating is an arena that has twice as much creativity fueling it, provided that egos are…

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Andy Warhol–From A to B and Back Again at the Whitney Museum, NYC

If you haven’t yet made it to the Whitney Museum in New York City for “Andy Warhol–From A to B and Back Again,” there’s still two weeks before it closes Match 31st. Warhol was one the most important and influential artists of our time, who flexed his creative muscles across so many mediums and genres that he seems to have created his own art category. Credited with popularizing the term “Superstar” and the desire to be…

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“David Bowie is” at the Brooklyn Museum

We are incredibly excited for the exhibition “David Bowie is” opening on March 2nd at the Brooklyn Museum! Bowie himself helped curate this show which includes over 400 items from his personal collection of art and memorabilia as well as costumes from various periods in his career including Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane, accompanied by audio and visual projections. Drawings, paintings and handwritten music and lyrics will also be on view adding an element of…

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