Polka-dot Louis Vuitton bags, a dancing insect and the revamped Hibiscus restaurant are among Muse’s arts and leisure recommendations for London this week.
The latest design for the $210 million Whitney Museum of American Art looks like a top-heavy container ship run aground in Manhattan’s Chelsea district.
Trey Songz is on a mission to woo Londoners with his R&B tenor voice.
A youth presents a dead hare to a trio of elegantly dressed noblemen who appear to be dancing. Sleek hounds bound across a bucolic landscape.
The trouble with the European Union’s tallest skyscraper is that it’s too short to soar.
“This building is not going to be a symbol of arrogance.”
The Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building, opens its doors to the public on Feb. 1 and tickets are already selling out at 24.95 pounds ($40) per adult.
“American Legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe,” a yearlong, changing exhibition, helps restore my faith in the fashion-conscious Whitney Museum of American Art.
Houston’s Menil Collection will celebrate its 25th anniversary tomorrow night with a sold-out party that has already raised $2.2 million, well beyond its $1.5 million goal.
Vancouver-based Bing Thom Architects and local firm Ronald Lu have beaten out rival studios headed by Norman Foster and Moshe Safdie to build a HK$2.7 billion ($348 million) Chinese opera house in Hong Kong.