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Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace

Writer Sheila Marikar on the garish—and timeless—allure of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Reflecting on AIDS: Jenny Holzer in Collaboration with Surface

Reflecting on AIDS: Jenny Holzer in Collaboration with Surface

In the lead up to the opening of the New York City AIDS Memorial, Surface spoke with notable cultural figures who experienced the height of the crisis. Jenny Holzer turned excerpts from those interviews into a new series of artworks projected onto the city's buildings.

Rémy Martin Commissions Kinetic Artwork for New York City Pop-up

Rémy Martin Commissions Kinetic Artwork for New York City Pop-up

French artist Vincent Leroy aimed to slow people down with a work created for the cognac maker.

BY GABRIEL CHAVEZ

A mirrored, spiraling artwork titled “Red Ripples” anchors La Maison Rémy Martin, a pop-up dining room in New York City that runs Oct. 21-23.  The cognac maker asked French artist Vincent Leroy to create the work, a series of concentric circles that gyrate in slow motion. “It’s interesting to do something slow, when everything must go faster in our world," he says, adding that the commission appealed because of his ongoing interest in time. "It’s exactly the same thing with the cognac process of ageing; it goes against the crazy pace of today’s lives.”

Discovering the Media You Know

Discovering the Media You Know

Just ask Derek Blasberg: Big ideas and a copy of Strunk & White don't count like followers in this media landscape. 

What to See at Frieze London 2016

What to See at Frieze London 2016

Frieze London returns to Regent's Park, unfolding over four days beginning Oct. 6. Here are a few things you won't want to miss.