Last weekend, Robert Wilson welcomed over 1,200 guests to the 24th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit, raising funds for the institution’s year-round programming. The event brought the creative and philanthropic worlds together for a night of performances, installations; an auction; dinner and dancing. Aptly, this year’s edition had a strong political focus.
New York’s Chamber Gallery hosted the Loewe’s Craft Prize exhibition. Championing its own age-old artisanal production techniques, the Spanish fashion house and foundation showcased a selection of 26 finalists pushing the envelope of independent contemporary practice.
Set in an iconic Chelsea brownstone, New York’s Twenty First Gallery is a far cry from the white cube spaces that line the nearby High Line. Featuring work by top historical and contemporary European designers, gallerist Renaud Vuaillat fosters a domestic atmosphere.
Three of Pierre Huyghe’s most iconic works are on display for the first time since being collected by the Louis Vuitton Fondation during the Venice Biennale.
A British sculptor who has distinguished himself with marvel-worthy seashell sculptures, Rowan Mersh tells TLmagazine about his exhibition at Gallery FUMI.