AMY CAPPELLAZZO

“I’ve always been interested in the pivotal moments in art history, when artists changed the course of things.”

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PAT STEIR

“I want the viewer to see what they see and find what they find hopefully it’s a trigger for an inner dialogue with themselves. I think of art—not only my art but of all art—as a trigger rather than a message.”

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ANNABELLE SELLDORF

“Ideally, I don’t want anyone to think about me as a woman in architecture. I’d rather just be thought of as an excellent architect.”

MARGARET KILGALLEN

“Margaret Kilgallen was an idealist, intuitist, inventor and in all likelihood, a genius. A generation of artists, writers, designers and craftspeople feel her absence of poignantly and her influence pervasively.”

FRANK GEHRY

Frank Gehry has built buildings all over the world for over 50 years, and yet there’s a lot of folklore about what he does …

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KATE ROTHKO PRIZEL

An intimate look at American painter Mark Rothko by one who knew him best, his daughter Kate.

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Sally Wood by Ronnie Wood

The Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood paints his wife, Sally, in a mix of the Citizens of Humanity Fall 2017 collection.

PALOMA BAILEY

Humanity Guest Editor David Bailey introduces his daughter Paloma’s paintings, which are painted in oils and scored with emotion.

Miss Van

The Toulouse native and Barcelona resident-artist started to paint voluptuous poupées in the streets as a teen to define herself.

Risk

Risk pioneered Los Angeles graffiti, and has gone on to embody it over a career that has spanned nearly 30 years.

Les Catacombes

The curious and fearless go underground to explore Les Catacombes and escape the rules of the above-ground world.

PAUL SCHIMMEL

Curator Paul Schimmel blends the institutional with the commercial and the historic with the current.

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MAKOTO KAGOSHIMA

Ritz Yagi of Chariots on Fire shares how the artist’s ceramics bring a deep, special perspective on life.

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JULIAN SCHNABEL

Cultural tastemaker, fine artist, director, but perhaps the the most fitting title for Julian Schnabel is surfer…

FRANK GEHRY

Frank Gehry has built buildings all over the world for over 50 years, and yet there’s a lot of folklore about what he does …

ROTHKO: DARK PALETTE

Pace Gallery presents Rothko: Dark Palette, a special exhibition of Mark Rothko’s work.