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Local Artists Flock to DesignPhiladelphia to Shift Perceptions of the City

Sep 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Held annually since 2005, DesignPhiladelphia celebrates the city’s creative community, highlighting design, technology and businesses with a collaborative backbone. Taking place October 8-16, this year’s art event is centered on the theme of “Shift Everything” and will feature over 130 public programs, including exhibit openings and hands-on workshops. 

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Kate Hudson Plays Naughty and Nice in the 2016 Annual Campari Calendar

Sep 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Kate Hudson is officially the star of the new 2016 Campari Calendar, which revolves around the eternal battle between bitter and sweet by paying homage to their iconic red Italian aperitif. Though the full unveiling won’t happen until November 18, we have some awesome behind-the-scenes shots of the actress on set that give a pretty good indication of what to expect. 

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David Beckham Plays Biker Outlaw in Belstaff's Circus Film-Inspired Short

Sep 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The new 17-minute short film Outlaws may be for the British brand Belstaff, but it’s more a homage to iconic circus films than anything else. In the short, David Beckham plays an outlaw biker who comes across a circus and falls for a lonely trapeze artist, thereby being thrown into the show by the unstable performance director (Harvey Keitel). 

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Lupita Nyong'o Answers 73 Rapid Fire Questions About Star Wars, Growing Up in Kenya & Her Inspirations

Sep 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Lupita Nyong’o has been on everyone’s favorite list ever since she blew film lovers away with her feature film debut performance in 12 Years a Slave—not to mention slaying every red carpet appearance since. The Mexico-born, Kenya-raised Oscar winner recently appeared in one of Vogue’s 73 Questions videos where she divulged some interesting (and totally endearing) facts about herself.

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Philly Museum of Art Features Renaissance Greats in New Exhibit

Sep 18, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you have a date coming up with someone you really want to impress, consider taking them to the Philadelphia Museum of Art to check out The Wrath of the Gods: Masterpieces by Rubens, Michelangelo, and Titian. Not only will you look like an art genius, you may even learn a thing or two about some of the art world’s greatest talents. 

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9 of the Greatest Gangster Movies (AKA The Robert De Niro List)

Sep 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

This is a very good week for lovers of the gangster genre. Not only is Black Mass getting its worldwide release on Friday, Francis Ford Coppola finally confirmed once and for all that he is indeed remaking The Godfather with Johnny Depp as Vito Corleone. Not just a place for filmmakers to get their violent ya-ya’s out, the genre can be just as artistically significant and poignant as any art house flick, many employing incredible filming techniques and remarkable performances. 

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Art in Odd Places Transforms the Streets of Downtown Orlando

Sep 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Christy Stewart

Downtown Orlando has turned into a living gallery. Art in Odd Places (AIOP) has transformed six blocks of Magnolia Avenue with sculptures, shadow puppets, murals, singers, and interactive exhibits that will run from today until Sunday. Fifty artists are participating in the free event themed “Tone,” which takes place from September 17-20. 

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Celebrate Frank Sinatra's Centennial Birthday at His Favorite Miami Beach Hotel, the Fontainebleau

Sep 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Instead of simply celebrating Frank Sinatra’s centennial birthday once, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is in the middle of a 100-day countdown where they offer special programming that highlights the Sultan of Swoon’s legacy. Why Sinatra? ‘Ole Blue Eyes spent a lot of his time at Fontainebleau—he even had his own permanent penthouse suite on the 17th floor—and performed several sold-out midnight shows at the hotel’s La Ronde Supper Club, alongside Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford. 

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A Quick, 24-Hour Guide to Making Your Way Through Florence

Sep 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Kimberly Fisher

Florence is romantic, captivating and refined. Its streets are lined with decadent restaurants, upscale stores and historic attractions. It is also home to the fashion houses of Gucci, Pucci, and Ferragamo and boasts museums with world-class art. While spending one day in the Italian city might not seem like long enough, if you’re doing a European tour, you may only have one day to experience the locale. For those on a 24-hour schedule, here is a quick guide on what to experience: 

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The 9 Star-Studded TIFF Premieres & Parties You Can't Miss This Weekend

Sep 11, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

While the Toronto Film Festival is obviously about movies, it’s also about spotting your favorite stars at premieres and mingling with them at after parties. Since the event lasts a whopping 10 days, there are definitely plenty of opportunities to catch a glimpse of festival favorites, like Eddie Redmayne and Emma Roberts, but it always seems like the weekends have the most going on. 

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Stunning Balloon Installation Becomes the Breathing Heartbeat of London

Sep 4, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Covent Garden has been filled with 100,000 white balloons that take on the form of a giant low-hanging cloud to precede The London Design Festival (September 19-27). Called Heartbeat, the commissioned piece is by Charles Pétillon and marks the French artist’s very first public art installation.

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ArtPrize is a Mega Art Event You Probably Didn’t Know Existed

Aug 21, 2015  |   Contributor: Michael Patrick Shiels

The Louvre, the Vatican Museums, New York’s Guggenheim and…Grand Rapids, Michigan. Indeed, the very city of Grand Rapids joins the pantheon of the world’s most attention-getting art destinations by holding ArtPrize, the innovative brainchild of Rick DeVos—the grandson of innovative billionaire Rich DeVos. 

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7 Standout Peter Dinklage Roles From Before He Became Tyrion Lannister

Jul 30, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Some may have been introduced to the talented Peter Dinklage through his role as Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones, but the Golden Globe award-winning actor has been paving his way through a diverse portfolio of roles since his film debut in 1995’s Living in Oblivion. Uniquely, even at the beginning of his career, he has never been afraid of putting his foot down and saying “no” to roles designed to exploit his four-foot-two stature—even if it meant struggling to pay rent. 

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Artist Erin Hammond Peels Back the Paint Layers to Give Us a Peek at Her Process

Jul 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Erin Hammond's art pieces are deceptively simple at first glance, a few lines drawn with color washes. But if one looks long enough, you can see layers of effort, with each addition adding further detail. With a host of influences from her cr

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We Weigh In On the Heavy MMaterial Indoor/Outdoor Sculptural Furniture Collection

Jul 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

As the brain child of Brooklyn-based artist Fernando Mastrangelo, MMaterial is the only outdoor furniture collection we’re eying right now. Mastrangelo, who was once artist Matthew Barney’s assistant before breaking out on his own, is a seasoned sculptor who has been utilizing natural casting materials (like sugar and salt) for over a decade. 

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