If you find yourself complaining about having nothing to do, here are a few suggestion around the world’s most popular cities for you to choose from. Because life is too short to spend it inside.
Wager won, Paris conquered. In seven years, the Saut Hermès at the
Grand Palais has become an unmissable sporting event, which brings the
international show-jumping elite together in the heart of the French
capital. The celebration has always been stunning and it will be so
again on the 17th, 18th and 19th March 2017.
PAD, pioneering event for Art and Design aficionados and collectors, has
been reinventing for the past 20 years the Cabinet d’Amateur and the
notion of eclecticism, anticipating the esthetic aspirations of its
time. Season after season, it offers an intimate cocoon to those who
have made decorative arts and design the core of their collection,
driven by passion and heritage. From March 22-26.
from the pioneering French sculptors, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. The exhibition will be on view
March 16 to April 22, 2017 at 293 Tenth Avenue.
exciting contemporary fashion illustrators and creatives including
Unskilled Worker, Jenifer Corker and Nick Knight himself. Featuring
footage from SHOWstudio’s exclusive archives, the exhibition includes a
range of fashion films, specially-commissioned illustrations, and 3D
printed sculptures all capturing Moss’s ability to surprise and
transform before the camera.” Through April 4th.
first-ever UK exhibition of his textiles. The Austrian-born architect
moved to Sweden in 1933, where he developed his colourful brand of
modernism, working with Estrid Ericson on furniture, glassware, lighting
and interior design ideas. Together they redefined what is regarded as
Swedish Modern. This exhibition in association with Millesgården,
Stockholm highlights Frank’s vibrant fabric designs for Svenskt Tenn
alongside a number of his previously unknown watercolours.
captivated the world’s attention as a princess, as a trendsetter and as a
patron and advocate of charities. Twenty years on from her death, a new
exhibition and temporary garden celebrating her life will be opened at
Kensington Palace, her home for over 15 years.
Francis Bacon (Dublin, 1909 – Madrid, 1992) is one of the
leading painters of neo-figurative art in post-war Europe. But he was
also a gifted draughtsman, even when he denied this aspect of his work
in more than one interview. This exhibition shows a selection of Bacon’s
drawings, pastels and collages. Until May 21.