Mexican hyperrealist artist Ruben Orozco has got the people of the Spanish city Bilbao up in arms with his latest creation, which is meant to start conversations around the topic of sustainability. Orozco’s statue is titled “Bihar” (translated as “Tomorrow” in Basque) and features the face of a young girl drowning as it pokes out of Spain’s river Nervion.
A trip to Verona, Italy, is an unforgettable experience in and of itself. What could make it better, though, than an overnight stay in Casa di Giulietta or Juliet’s House (yes, that’s Juliet of the timeless Shakespeare play “Romeo and Juliet”)?
On September 11, 2021, HOT•BED, a Philadelphia-based gallery and creative lifestyle space, launched a new, multidisciplinary exhibition that explores the subconscious memories and the impact they have on human identities. The show, titled Hidden Threads, is a group exhibition that was curated by Bryan Hoffman (CEO of Hoffman Design Group and Principal of HOT•BED).
A new short film, titled “Voice Above Water” and directed by San Francisco director Dana Frankoff, offers a fascinating glimpse into the life of 90-year-old Wayan Nyo, a Balinese fisherman dedicated to collecting and recycling plastic found in the ocean.
Joshua Tree National Park has always been a hot travel destination full of unique lodging options. Things are a little more interesting now, though, thanks to the 5,500 square-foot “invisible” house that’s available for travelers to rent.
Annabel’s, the famous London-based, members-only club, isn’t just an exclusive place to dine and be entertained. This club is also taking an environmentalist stand with its impressive initiative, “Annabel’s for the Amazon.”
This year, the Louvre Museum is celebrating two significant anniversaries with an exhibition titled “Paris – Athens. The Birth of Modern Greece, 1675-1919.”
The National Mall in Washington, D.C., recently got a makeover, courtesy of local artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg. Firstenberg, in an effort to express the sadness she felt for all those who have lost their lives to COVID-19 over the last year and a half, created a stunning art installation with over 670,000 white flags, which symbolize each person who lost the battle against the deadly and highly contagious virus.
The Greek island of Milos is more than just the number one destination on Travel + Leisure’s list of “The Top 25 Islands in the World.” With its stunning beaches and sparkling blue waters, it’s also the chosen photoshoot location for Louis Vuitton’s latest brand campaign, Towards a Dream.
Dubai is one of the most famous cities in the United Arab Emirates, partly because it’s home to some of the world’s biggest show-stopping attractions. Not only does Dubai house the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, but it now also contains the world’s deepest diving pool: Deep Dive Dubai.