MANIFESTO

#63

CHANGE OF SPACE

PHOTOGRAPHY

OUTDOOR FURNITURE

2024.06.13

Outdoor Furniture is the new book published by Art Paper Editions dedicated to Pippa Garner’s photographic practice, which for fifty years has questioned the limits of socially acceptable codes and languages.

EXHIBITION

FIVE WAYS TO SEE

2024.06.10

The new series of paintings by Emily Ludwig Shaffer leverages hard-edge aesthetics and the architectural sense of composition to explore the sensory potential of painting. Through clear lines and solid colors, it offers a reflection on how women occupy both concrete and symbolic spaces.

ART

Anne Imhof On
non-infinity

2024.06.07

Wish You Were Gay, the new exhibition dedicated to the work of Anne Imhof at the Kunsthaus Bregenz, explores the sense of non-infinity, reality and artifice, chance and fate, as well as absence and presence.

COLLECTION

INTO THE WILD

2024.06.06

The Loro Piana expertise comes forward in the Into the Wild collection. Technical fabrics paired with fine silks and cashmeres are expertly crafted to withstand the elements.

CINEMA

KINDS OF KINDNESS

2024.06.05

Yorgos Lanthimos’ new film is a triptych of fables that follows the life of a man trying to take control of his own life, a policeman alarmed by the return of a missing person, and a determined woman destined to transform into a prodigious spiritual leader.

NEWS

WISH THIS WAS REAL

2024.05.31

Tyler Mitchell’s early influences and his immersion in skateboarding culture are reflected in images that pursue the dream of community amidst the disorders of society.

GUCCI

THE REMAINS OF NOTHING

2024.05.31

Madre Museum and Gucci present, from Thursday, May 30th to Monday, July 29th, 2024, the collective exhibition The Remains of Nothing, dedicated to the relationship between architectural contexts and the identity and emotional experiences that inhabit them.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Mutability

2024.06.03

Through more than one hundred images taken between 1969 and 2021, Vehicular & Vernacular is Stephen Shore’s first retrospective in Paris after nineteen years.

EXHIBITION

Sisters, Saints, Sibyls

2024.05.30

Gagosian announces Nan Goldin’s Sisters, Saints, Sibyls, the second presentation of Gagosian Open, a series of off-site projects that allows audiences to experience remarkable artworks in unusual contexts.

CULTURE

GENDER (DE)CONSTRUCTION

2024.05.30

The exhibition Cindy Sherman at Cycladic: Early Works at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens brings together more than 100 works under the same roof as one of the world’s most comprehensive private collections, creating a link between the marble female figurines from the 3rd millennium BC and Cindy Sherman’s photographic works.

CARSTEN HÖLLER

Ever Höller, Höller Ever

Carsten Höller allowed space for creativity by being portrayed in Stockholm, within the spaces of his provocative restaurant Brutalisten, and recounting his enormous approach to the art of experimentation and his fantastic practice evolved over the course of the experience.

Carsten Höller allowed space for creativity by being portrayed in Stockholm, within the spaces of his provocative restaurant Brutalisten, and recounting his enormous approach to the art of experimentation and his fantastic practice evolved over the course of the experience.

Photography JOHN SCARISBRICK

Interview HANS ULRICH OBRIST

IN CONVERSATION WITH

DIANE KRUGER

2024.02.19

On the occasion of MUSE 63, Diane Kruger interprets the SS24 collection by Saint Laurent. Her verve perfectly encapsulates the brand’s cinematic vision, seamlessly blending with the essence of Parisian elegance.

BARBARA KRUGER

A Visual Statement

2024.02.19

Barbara Kruger has developed an iconic visual language that often draws from advertising techniques and aesthetics, as well as other media. Since the 1970s, her artworks have continuously explored complex intersections of power, gender, class, consumerism, and capital. Her first solo institutional show in London is on view at the Serpentine; on this occasion, MUSE explores its intricate artistic mechanisms.

FROM THE MAGAZINE

KUDZANAI-VIOLET HWAMI

2024.02.19

Kudzanai-Violet Hwami’s practice is a profound exploration of identity, memory, and the intricate interplay between the past and the present. Her paintings express a compelling ambiguity, continually probing the boundaries of images and visual cultures in their representation of identity. Hwami’s creative journey embodies a complex weave of personal encounters and influences, migration, and cultural amalgamation.

MUSE TALK

KYLE STAVER

2024.02.19

Kyle Staver tells Bill Powers about how she undertakes her artistic practice, infused with deep meanings borrowed from the fantastical world of mythology. Perseverance and humor intricately characterize her work.

TRAVEL

EVERYTHING IS DARK, SOFT, WARM, WHITE

2024.02.21

The soul of Val Senales reveals itself through the words of Paul Grüner, guardian of a tradition passed down through generations in his family’s hospitality. Among the secrets of the Certosa and Ólafur Elíasson’s observatory-machine, the larch trees around the farmhouse at Infanglhof mingle with the scent of milk and hay.

RUNWAY

VISIONARY VOLUMES

2024.05.24

The new Louis Vuitton Cruise 25 combines neutral looks and sartorial outfits with bold accessories like gaucho hats and cycling sunglasses. Within the walls of Park Güell, Spanish inspirations infuse the runway with theatrical touches that amplify the silhouettes.

COLLECTION

A Midsummer Night's Dream

2024.06.10

The new Chanel Coco Beach 2024 collection, photographed by Cass Bird, encapsulates the essence of summer with its light, breezy designs.

SIMONA KUST

THE PLACE

2024.02.19

Lee Mary Manning photographs the story of a young New Yorker immersed in modern life, amid everyday scenes and encounters in the world of fashion, art, and design.

CHANEL

ETHEREAL

2024.02.19

Muse Alix Bouthors through the gaze of Iñigo Awewave interprets the CHANEL SS24 Collection, an ode to freedom and movement.

FASHION

Letter to the Future

2024.05.16

Elements such as deconstruction and androgyny testify to the extraordinary influence of Yohji Yamamoto in contemporary fashion. The new exhibition at 10 Corso Como presents a journey of correspondences between the designer’s reflections and a selection of archival garments.