CLEVELAND, Ohio — Tickets for the Cleveland Museum of Art’s next major exhibition, “The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion,” will be available to members starting Monday and to the public starting March 28.

The museum announced the information about ticket availability Wednesday morning.

Organized by Aperture, New York, and curated by critic and writer Antwaun Sargent, the photography show will focus on portraits and conceptual images that fuse art and fashion photography. It will be on view from May 8 to Sept. 11.

Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, students, and children ages 6 to 17, and free to children aged 5 and under, and to museum members, the museum said.

Combination tickets including admission to “Alberto Giacometti: Toward the Ultimate Figure,’’ on view from March 12 to June 12, 2022, are $22 for adults; $18 for seniors, students, and children ages 6–17, and free

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PARIS (AP) — From the dizzying heights of the Pompidou Center to the lofty halls of the Musee d’Orsay, Paris fashion houses showed off the city’s most monumental art museums on Monday as they near the finish line of ready-to-wear collections.

Guests watched as vibrant fall-winter styles snaked in between marble sculptures, avant-garde installations and Oscar-winning celebrities on the season’s penultimate day.

Not only was Stella McCartney one of the first brands to stage a show atop the French National Museum of Modern Art — but the collection itself was inspired by a contemporary artist.


Louis Vuitton, meanwhile, attracted the stars — including actors Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Connelly and Alicia Vikander — to designer Nicolas Ghesquiere’s study in adolescent experimentations.

Here are some highlights:

A TALE OF TWO STELLAS

Stella McCartney leaned into a ’70s aesthetic with pizazz for fall-winter by using a namesake — U.S. artist Frank

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Claudia Schiffer says fashion photography never used to be “made to be consumed instantly via social media”.



Claudia Schiffer reflects on changes in fashion photography


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Claudia Schiffer reflects on changes in fashion photography

The 51-year-old supermodel has lamented on the changes in the industry – such as way digital media has overtaken many print magazines – to celebrate the launch of her photo book ‘Captive! Fashion Photography from the 90s’, which is connected to the exhibition she curated in Dusseldorf Museum Kunstpalast.

Asked about the differences between analogue and digital photography in fashion, she told PENTA: “Well, everything was shot on film and tests were in the form of Polaroids to gauge light, composition, and color.

“Today, the edit happens on the screen and imagery can be consumed instantly via social media.”

The catwalk queen suggested that magazines held more weight culturally, while the shoots had bigger budgets which meant longer trips and closer bonds

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Just because the holidays are coming to an end does not mean you can’t get started on your 2022 gift list. Next year promises Diane Keaton’s own photography, large-format chronicles of haute couture fashion houses, and Harry Styles trivia. Below, we’ve gathered a collection of the most anticipated art, fashion, and photography coffee table books that are sure to be a big hit in anyone’s home.

Saved

By Diane Keaton

The actress Diane Keaton has taken her own saved and found photographs and culled them to create a visual autobiography of sorts. Along with her personal collections, photographs she snapped, and musings, Saved is an homage to movies—as only Keaton can tell it.

The Fendi Set: From Bloomsbury to Borghese

Photography by Nikolai Von Bismarck, Text by Kim Jones

Fendi creative director Kim Jones often feels an affinity toward counterculture—and draws inspiration from those tribes, too. This book explores

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