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When Will Brands Look Beyond Street Art? - Op-Ed by Andrea Hill

When Will Brands Look Beyond Street Art? - Op-Ed by Andrea Hill

"If street art could now reach both high and mass culture alike, then brands could calibrate these flexible associations to fit with their messages and needs. More collaborations ensued with “art world-approved” street artists: MOCA x Levi’s featuring Kenny Scharf and KR, Hennessy and Nike with Os Gemeos, Louis Vuitton with Banksy."

Artists Surviving Chaotic Capitalism - Interviewing artist Amalia Ulman

Artists Surviving Chaotic Capitalism - Interviewing artist Amalia Ulman

Amalia Ulman is an Argentinian-born, Spanish-raised artist based in Los Angeles whose works explore contemporary desire and anxiety, often utilizing social networks as a medium. Her performances, videos, and photography have been shown at the New Museum, the Tate Modern, and the Rockbund Museum, among others. Her series “Excellences and Perfections” has been called “the first Instagram masterpiece” and will be the subject of a new book forthcoming from Prestel in spring 2018. Here, she shares her candid perspectives on the brand-artist relationship, including her 2015 collaboration with Gucci during her performance “Privilege.”