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See Up-and-Coming French Artist Agathe de Bailliencourt at Restoration Hardware's New RH Contemporary Art Gallery

Je m'en fous 22, 2009 Before you catch on-the-rise French artist Agathe de Bailliencourt next week at New York City's RH Contemporary Art (April 18-June 21), the gallery recently launched by Restoration Hardware, here's what you need to know about her work. see more
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On View: Andy Warhol's Love Affair With Instant #Selfies Opens the New Polaroid Museum in Las Vegas

Before there was Instagram, there was the Polaroid. Beloved by amateurs photographers and professionals alike, the rich history of the 50-year-old camera is now front and center at The Polaroid Museum's exhibition of Andy Warhol's famous snaps. "Capturing Celebrity" presents 50 of the icon's most famous images of celebrities taken between 1970 and 1987, including John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Mick Jagger, Debbie Harry, Muhammad Ali, and Giorgio Armani. see more
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Video—a Guide to All the Dance Moves You Wish You Could Do, From A-Z

Much like its super helpful instructional video on how to pronounce designer names, i-D magazine's A-to-Z guide to dance moves is awe-inspiring. Mostly because we're pretty sure there's no way we could execute the death drop with anything that even remotely resembles grace. see more
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What Do Rosie the Riveter and Kanye West Have in Common?

French artist David Redon's newest art project Ad Libitum (Latin for "ads optional") stars today's pop culture icons in classic vintage ad campaigns. The result is a little warped, to be sure, but still wildly entertaining. Take a look at some of our favorites and what new meanings we can glean from them. see more
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Meet Young & Sick: Music's #1 Maker of Cover Art Releases His Own Album

After designing record sleeves for Robin Thicke and Maroon 5, the Dutch artist known as Young & Sick (real name: Nicholas Van Hofwegen) is set to release his self-titled debut album, a lushly produced gem of R&B. Here, the 26-year-old reveals the inspirations behind his most personal cover yet. see more
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Identical Twin Art Stars Doug and Mike Starn, Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

This spring, identical twin art stars Mike and Doug Starn, who wowed crowds on the rooftop of the Met in 2010 with their "Big Bambú" sculpture, are again showing their work in a whole new way. You won't see their latest creation on the walls of a Chelsea gallery or in a museum. Instead, just head to the nearest multi-plex and buy a ticket to see Noah or Spiderman 2. see more
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Guest Instagrammer Bill Powers Went to Bhutan and All We Got Were These Snapshots

If you've been following us on Instagram, you might have been wondering where all the exotic images for our first #DetailsDispatch were coming from. The culprit: Guest contributor Bill Powers, owner of New York's Half Gallery (and husband of fashion designer Cynthia Rowley) snapped pics of Bhutan just for us. You can scroll back through our feed to view them. Below is a list of surprising trivia he gleaned from the place. see more
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You Will Trip Over Artist Faig Ahmed's Hand-Woven Carpets

Above: the artist in his studio; below: "Flood of Yellow Weigh" 2007 This post is part of a regular series in partnership with FolioCue that introduces readers to new need-to-know artists each week and where to see their work next. Didn't have a chance to make it to heavy-hitting Art Dubai art fair last week? There are still plenty of opportunities to see works by some of the Middle East's leading talent around the world, but if a trip to Dubai is on your agenda this spring, consider staying at the Fairmont Palm, where work by Azerbaijan up-and-comer Faig Ahmed see more
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5 Questions For the Woman Who Sculpted This Tiny Golden Penis

Oklahoma artist Holly Wilson is fighting the sexism she's encountered in the art world by selling miniature sculptures of dicks. Naturally, we have questions. see more
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Swiss Artist Olaf Breuning Came to NY for a Girl and Stayed for the City—Now See His Central Park Cloud Installation

A regular series in partnership with FolioCue that introduces you to a new need-to-know artist each week and where you can see his or her work next. Swiss-born, New York-based Olaf Breuning didn't become an art fanatic until his father gave him a camera when he was 16. Since then, he's been busily producing work with an eclectic, irreverent sense of humor, but Breuning has no interest in "fun art," as he calls it. Like any artist, his ultimate goal is to produce seriously considered pieces that bring something new to the table, both visually and conceptually. Here's what you see more
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