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Dores André

For Spain born San-Francisco based principal ballerina, Dores Andre, Ballet is not only a career choice but also a way of life. Details San Francisco, CA October 12, 2018 24 Photos André first entered the world of ballet as yet another extracurricular activity at the age of ten. Her parents enrolled her and her siblings in piano, chess, and swimming lessons among others, whereas the introduction to ballet came from the desire to partake in more social activity; “My parents enrolled us in a thousand different things, we were doing everything. Everything was either underwater or with a tutor. Ballet...

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Georgia O’Keeffe’s visions of Hawaii

Georgia O’Keeffe’s visions of Hawaii at the New York Botanical Garden showcases twenty works by the artist as well as a curated flower show Details New-York Botanical Garden, New-York City, NY October 2, 2018 25 Photos Perhaps one of modern art’s most iconic artists, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), traveled from New-York to Hawaii in 1939 on behalf of Hawaiian Pineapple Company to create advertisements. O’Keeffe, already a prominent artist at the time, saw the commission as an opportunity to explore new surroundings. The result, a collection of captivating paintings; highly saturated, colorful and lush, O’Keeffe’s series of tropical flowers serve as...

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Chelsea Netzband

Channeling the iconic energy of New York city life, Artist Chelsea Netzband pairs the mundane and the beautiful in her work in fashion design and style. Details New York, NY September 15, 2018 24 Photos A creative soul from a young age, a stylist at Amazon Fashion by day — a poet and light artist the rest. Chelsea Netzband greets me bright and early at her apartment on the cusp between the bustling Williamsburg and Greenpoint neighborhoods in Brooklyn, NY. She is wearing a black Metallica t-shirt, checkered pants, and a gold necklace that has the inscription “sissy” in cursive....

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