Artist a Day Challenge 2016- 23-25: Pas de Duke: Alvin Ailey, Judith Jamison, Mikhail Baryshnikov & the Art of Movement

  I somehow missed a post yesterday!  Thankfully I follow some incredible creatives on Instagram who inspire me daily, in fact so much so that I’m covering three inspirational artists and art forms in one post! I’m convinced designer Duro Olowu uses his Instagram page as a mood board for his collections, because he finds the most … Continue reading Artist a Day Challenge 2016- 23-25: Pas de Duke: Alvin Ailey, Judith Jamison, Mikhail Baryshnikov & the Art of Movement

Artist a Day Challenge 2016-10: Misty Copeland X Degas

  The March issue of Bazaar hits newsstands on February 16h and today the magazine released stills of its photoshoot with American Ballet Theatre’s Principal Dancer Misty Copeland.  The shoot is a Degas redux bringing some of the artist’s most famous work to life with Copeland wearing Alexander Mc Queen, Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, Alberta Ferretti and Oscar de la Renta. The re-creations … Continue reading Artist a Day Challenge 2016-10: Misty Copeland X Degas

Beneath the Bronze- “Little Dancer” Comes to Life at the Kennedy Center

Edgar Degas’ love for the ballet is prominently featured in his body of work and one of his most iconic works is “The Little Fourteen Year Old Dancer”.  This piece has been reproduced in all mediums and has served as an artistic inspiration for artists and dancers around the world. The Kennedy Center will bring the story behind Little Dancer … Continue reading Beneath the Bronze- “Little Dancer” Comes to Life at the Kennedy Center

JR x NYC Ballet

The New York City Ballet has teamed up with French artist JR to present a collaborative performance/large-scale art installation on January 23, February 7, and February 13. JR is a well-known underground street artist who has taken his message globally via large-scale installations featuring the voices and untold stories of people via their wheat pasted photographic … Continue reading JR x NYC Ballet