Paolo Porpora's Flowers.
The Israel Museum. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
PoloTech launch. Photo by Steve Eichner.
A resident with his Coley tree. Photo by Keith Hunter.
A work by Oliver Beer, one of the 5 new artists in residence at the Watermille Center. Photo by Charles Duprat.
A Worth gown. Photo courtesy WWD.
The Breuer building. Photo courtesy Art Forum.
A still from New York Model Management's video show package.
A Hurricane Katrina-inspired artwork by Dawn de Deaux. Photo courtesy Dawn De Deaux studio.
A Uniqlo x Lemaire look. Photo courtesy Uniqlo.

KIDS ARE WREAKING HAVOC ON ART EVERYWHERE

A boy broke his fall in Paolo Porpora’s $1.5 million painting [Business Insider]

In Israel, a young girl accidentally broke a 2000 year old vase – but it was actually a good thing [Art News]

After two years of development, Ralph Lauren’s incredible PoloTech smart shirt – which measures your heart rate, stress level and calories burned – is finally here [WWD]

Nathan Coley has taken neighborly care to another level by giving out sculptures he designed based on apple trees [The Art Newspaper]

Five new artists in residence have been announced for the Watermill Center [Blouin Art Info]

Vintage couture fans rejoice – The Countess Greffulhe is getting an exhibit at the Palais Galliera [WWD]

The Met Breuer, former home of the Whitney Museum of American Art, is getting a brand new design [Art Forum]

One modeling agency is jumping into the tech-heavy era of today with a video show package featuring models as agents [Style.com]

In New Orleans, artists are still being influenced by Hurricane Katrina, 10 years later [The Art Newspaper]

The full Uniqlo x Lemaire lookbook has finally arrived [Fashionista]

Paolo Porpora's Flowers.
The Israel Museum. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
PoloTech launch. Photo by Steve Eichner.
A resident with his Coley tree. Photo by Keith Hunter.
A work by Oliver Beer, one of the 5 new artists in residence at the Watermille Center. Photo by Charles Duprat.
A Worth gown. Photo courtesy WWD.
The Breuer building. Photo courtesy Art Forum.
A still from New York Model Management's video show package.
A Hurricane Katrina-inspired artwork by Dawn de Deaux. Photo courtesy Dawn De Deaux studio.
A Uniqlo x Lemaire look. Photo courtesy Uniqlo.
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