The artist’s estate sent a cease and desist order to the fashion company for its inclusion of paintings by the artist in a recent ad campaign.
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Charlotte Perriand’s Prescient Designs for Modern Living
While working with Le Corbusier and his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret, for 10 years, Perriand advanced her vision of modern living.
How Daniel Buren’s Institutional Critique Became Institutional Chic
PARIS — Lacking any discernible content outside of context, the translucent, cheery façade of Daniel Buren’s “Observatory of Light” (2016) at the Foundation Louis Vuitton is another example of how once-radical conceptual artists have become co-opted and turned into spiffy designer-decorators.
Modernist Male Art Is Timeless, but Not Timely
PARIS — According to Sigmund Freud, a key that opens a room in a dream is unmistakably phallic.
Pushing Back Against Scale and Brand in Frank Gehry’s Latest Luxury Art Hangar
PARIS — The essence of branding is the insistent repetition of a recognizable commodity image, so we should not be surprised when Bernard Arnault’s global luxury brand Louis Vuitton applies the same formula to art.