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  • WORLD RECORD for my fellow #Harlem sister @TschabalalaSelf #TschabalalaSelf (b. 1990)
“Out of Body” from 2015 SOLD $471,135 ‼️
Estimate £40,000-60,000 
Result: £371,250 
This is not counting 5% import tax and or 20% sales tax on the premium
oil and fabric collage on canvas
72 x 60in. (182.9 x 152.4cm.) Rendered on a dramatic scale, “Out of Body” is an exquisite example of Tschabalala Self’s pioneering multi-media practice. Combining oil paint with swathes of patterned fabric, the artist explores notions relating to the black female body, creating characters and tableaux that resonate with her own experience. By deliberately exaggerating her subjects’ physical appearance, Self probes cultural attitudes towards race, gender & sexuality. ‘My work explores the emotional, physical & psychological impact of the #BlackFemale body as icon’, she explains. ‘… The fantasies & attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted & rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional, explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered & racialized body; a body which is both exalted & abject’ (T. Self, quoted at https://tschabalalaself.com/about). Born in Harlem, where she is one of the 3 artist in residence for 2018-19 at the @StudioMuseum, Self found early inspiration in the work of #AfricanAmerican artists such as #FaithRinggold & #JacobLawrence. She was also influenced by her mother: a gifted seamstress whose sharp eye for pattern, colour and fabric would come to inform much of Self’s textile work. Her first solo museum exhibition, #BodegaRun, travelled to the @YuzMuseum, Shanghai and the @Hammer_Museum, Los Angeles between 2018 & 2019. She was also exhibited earlier this year at the @FryeArtMuseum, Seattle.
The other works are from the current #StudioMuseum Artists in Residence exhibition MOOD @MoMAPS1 & a recent @NYTimes article.

#artlover #artcollector #artcurator #artmuse #artadvisor #DestineeRoss #blackwomenintheartsdoitbetter #blackgirlmagic #madeinharlem
#blackexcellence #blackbeauty #femaleartist
  • WORLD RECORD for my fellow #Harlem sister @TschabalalaSelf #TschabalalaSelf (b. 1990)
    “Out of Body” from 2015 SOLD $471,135 ‼️
    Estimate £40,000-60,000
    Result: £371,250
    This is not counting 5% import tax and or 20% sales tax on the premium
    oil and fabric collage on canvas
    72 x 60in. (182.9 x 152.4cm.) Rendered on a dramatic scale, “Out of Body” is an exquisite example of Tschabalala Self’s pioneering multi-media practice. Combining oil paint with swathes of patterned fabric, the artist explores notions relating to the black female body, creating characters and tableaux that resonate with her own experience. By deliberately exaggerating her subjects’ physical appearance, Self probes cultural attitudes towards race, gender & sexuality. ‘My work explores the emotional, physical & psychological impact of the #BlackFemale body as icon’, she explains. ‘… The fantasies & attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted & rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional, explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered & racialized body; a body which is both exalted & abject’ (T. Self, quoted at https://tschabalalaself.com/about). Born in Harlem, where she is one of the 3 artist in residence for 2018-19 at the @StudioMuseum, Self found early inspiration in the work of #AfricanAmerican artists such as #FaithRinggold & #JacobLawrence. She was also influenced by her mother: a gifted seamstress whose sharp eye for pattern, colour and fabric would come to inform much of Self’s textile work. Her first solo museum exhibition, #BodegaRun, travelled to the @YuzMuseum, Shanghai and the @Hammer_Museum, Los Angeles between 2018 & 2019. She was also exhibited earlier this year at the @FryeArtMuseum, Seattle.
    The other works are from the current #StudioMuseum Artists in Residence exhibition MOOD @MoMAPS1 & a recent @NYTimes article.

    #artlover #artcollector #artcurator #artmuse #artadvisor #DestineeRoss #blackwomenintheartsdoitbetter #blackgirlmagic #madeinharlem
    #blackexcellence #blackbeauty #femaleartist
  •  129  8  11 hours ago
  • Junio 2019 fue la fecha elegida para dar a conocer la más reciente colaboración de la casa de firma LV. Exploremos la edición limitada que se compone del exquisito trabajo de seis artistas contemporáneos de renombre. La misión de los artistas: llevar sus visiones a la icónica bolsa Capucines para la nueva colección #louisvuitton Artycapucines. Disfrútenlo! .
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· JonasWood @jonasbrwood (1)
Saturated in pattern. #JonasWood combinó varias de sus pinturas para crear una superficie densamente gráfica para su bolsa.
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. Tschabalala Self  @tschabalalaself (2)
Un exquisito trabajo en patchwork. #TschabalalaSelf deconstruyó el logotipo de #louisvuitton en una nueva forma para el diseño que tuvo a su cargo.
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·  Nicholas Hlobo @nicholas_hlobo (3)
Tejido y bordado. #NicholasHlobo transformó la flor del Monograma en su contribución a la colección. .
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·  Alex Israel @ alexisrael (4)
Color, textura, el surf. #AlexIsrael adaptó sus conocidas pinturas de la Ola a la superficie de la bolsa. .
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. UrsFischer (5)
Maridaje inesperado. #UrsFischer colgaba encantos alimenticios tridimensionales de capuchinos blancos .
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·  Sam Falls (6)
Maravilla natural. #SamFalls tradujo uno de sus paisajes abstractos a la bolsa
  • Junio 2019 fue la fecha elegida para dar a conocer la más reciente colaboración de la casa de firma LV. Exploremos la edición limitada que se compone del exquisito trabajo de seis artistas contemporáneos de renombre. La misión de los artistas: llevar sus visiones a la icónica bolsa Capucines para la nueva colección #louisvuitton Artycapucines. Disfrútenlo! .
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    · JonasWood @jonasbrwood (1)
    Saturated in pattern. #JonasWood combinó varias de sus pinturas para crear una superficie densamente gráfica para su bolsa.
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    . Tschabalala Self  @tschabalalaself (2)
    Un exquisito trabajo en patchwork. #TschabalalaSelf deconstruyó el logotipo de #louisvuitton en una nueva forma para el diseño que tuvo a su cargo.
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    ·  Nicholas Hlobo @nicholas_hlobo (3)
    Tejido y bordado. #NicholasHlobo transformó la flor del Monograma en su contribución a la colección. .
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    ·  Alex Israel @ alexisrael (4)
    Color, textura, el surf. #AlexIsrael adaptó sus conocidas pinturas de la Ola a la superficie de la bolsa. .
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    . UrsFischer (5)
    Maridaje inesperado. #UrsFischer colgaba encantos alimenticios tridimensionales de capuchinos blancos .
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    ·  Sam Falls (6)
    Maravilla natural. #SamFalls tradujo uno de sus paisajes abstractos a la bolsa
  •  21  4  24 June, 2019
  •  9  1  22 June, 2019
  • Tschabalala Self’s @louisvuitton design, part of the ArtyCapucines collection, debuts next week at the 'Louis Vuitton X’ exhibition in Los Angeles, opening 28 June. @tschabalalaself
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Crafted from 200 hand-cut and painted shapes, the limited edition piece is fashioned from 19 types of skin and follows the artist’s practice of intricate patchwork.
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Image: courtesy of the artist and Louis Vuitton.
Image: courtesy of the artist and New York Times. Photo: Julie Bidwell.
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#tschabalalaself #louisvuitton #artycappucines
  • Tschabalala Self’s @louisvuitton design, part of the ArtyCapucines collection, debuts next week at the 'Louis Vuitton X’ exhibition in Los Angeles, opening 28 June. @tschabalalaself
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    Crafted from 200 hand-cut and painted shapes, the limited edition piece is fashioned from 19 types of skin and follows the artist’s practice of intricate patchwork.
    -
    Image: courtesy of the artist and Louis Vuitton.
    Image: courtesy of the artist and New York Times. Photo: Julie Bidwell.
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    #tschabalalaself #louisvuitton #artycappucines
  •  75  2  22 June, 2019
  • French luxury brand @louisvuitton tapped six modern artists to reinterpret their signature #Capucines bag. #SamFalls, #UrsFischer, #NicholasHlobo, #AlexIsrael, #TschabalalaSelf, and #JonasWood showcased their unique talents and creativity in an artsy Capucines collection called “ArtyCapucines”. Each model, revealing the artisanal savoir-faire of the maison’s ateliers, is released in a limited and numbered edition of 300. Named after Rue des Capucines, the Parisian street on which the very first Louis Vuitton store opened in 1854, the Capucines bag has quickly become a modern classic since its launch in 2013. Find out more the limited edition bags on prestigeonline.com/id. Tap the link in bio. ⠀⠀
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📷 ArtyCapucines by Jonah Wood and ArtyCapucines by Nicholas Hlobo, #LouisVuitton
#prestigeindonesia⠀⠀
#LVIndonesia⠀⠀
#ArtyCapucines ⠀⠀
  • French luxury brand @louisvuitton tapped six modern artists to reinterpret their signature #Capucines bag. #SamFalls, #UrsFischer, #NicholasHlobo, #AlexIsrael, #TschabalalaSelf, and #JonasWood showcased their unique talents and creativity in an artsy Capucines collection called “ArtyCapucines”. Each model, revealing the artisanal savoir-faire of the maison’s ateliers, is released in a limited and numbered edition of 300. Named after Rue des Capucines, the Parisian street on which the very first Louis Vuitton store opened in 1854, the Capucines bag has quickly become a modern classic since its launch in 2013. Find out more the limited edition bags on prestigeonline.com/id. Tap the link in bio. ⠀⠀
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    📷 ArtyCapucines by Jonah Wood and ArtyCapucines by Nicholas Hlobo, #LouisVuitton
    #prestigeindonesia⠀⠀
    #LVIndonesia⠀⠀
    #ArtyCapucines ⠀⠀
  •  51  3  13 June, 2019
  • [MU/SE FOR ART]
Louis Vuitton presents Louis Vuitton X – Louis Vuitton in Collaboration.

Louis Vuitton unveils Louis Vuitton X, an immersive journey through the House’s 160-year history of creative exchanges and artistic collaborations.

The exhibition marks the world premiere of the Artycapucines collection, original Capucines bags reinterpreted by six leading contemporary artists.

Louis Vuitton X culminates with the Artycapucines collection, the House’s new and exciting collaborative project with six leading contemporary artists:

Sam Falls #samfalls 
Urs Fischer #ursfischer 
Nicholas Hlobo #nicholashlobo 
Alex Israel #alexisrael 
Tschabalala Self #tschabalalaself 
Jonas Wood #jonaswood

Named after the street on which Louis Vuitton opened his first store, all artists have transformed the Capucines bag by combining their skills and imagination with the unparalleled artisanal savoir-faire of Louis Vuitton’s ateliers to create limited-edition original works.

Louis Vuitton X is a rich and engaging experience and an exhilarating exploration of Louis Vuitton’s ongoing dialogue between the past and the future, heritage and modernity, savoir-faire and innovation.

Featuring: Room 2
Origins: A Tradition of Modernity

VENUE
Louis Vuitton X
468 North Rodeo Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

EXHIBITION HOURS
From 28th June till 15th September 2019
Opening hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm

#museforart #musemagsg #musemediaasia #louisvuitton #louisvuittonx @louisvuitton
  • [MU/SE FOR ART]
    Louis Vuitton presents Louis Vuitton X – Louis Vuitton in Collaboration.

    Louis Vuitton unveils Louis Vuitton X, an immersive journey through the House’s 160-year history of creative exchanges and artistic collaborations.

    The exhibition marks the world premiere of the Artycapucines collection, original Capucines bags reinterpreted by six leading contemporary artists.

    Louis Vuitton X culminates with the Artycapucines collection, the House’s new and exciting collaborative project with six leading contemporary artists:

    Sam Falls #samfalls
    Urs Fischer #ursfischer
    Nicholas Hlobo #nicholashlobo
    Alex Israel #alexisrael
    Tschabalala Self #tschabalalaself
    Jonas Wood #jonaswood

    Named after the street on which Louis Vuitton opened his first store, all artists have transformed the Capucines bag by combining their skills and imagination with the unparalleled artisanal savoir-faire of Louis Vuitton’s ateliers to create limited-edition original works.

    Louis Vuitton X is a rich and engaging experience and an exhilarating exploration of Louis Vuitton’s ongoing dialogue between the past and the future, heritage and modernity, savoir-faire and innovation.

    Featuring: Room 2
    Origins: A Tradition of Modernity

    VENUE
    Louis Vuitton X
    468 North Rodeo Drive
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210

    EXHIBITION HOURS
    From 28th June till 15th September 2019
    Opening hours: 10:00am - 7:00pm

    #museforart #musemagsg #musemediaasia #louisvuitton #louisvuittonx @louisvuitton
  •  17  0  13 June, 2019

Top #TschabalalaSelf Posts

  • WORLD RECORD for my fellow #Harlem sister @TschabalalaSelf #TschabalalaSelf (b. 1990)
“Out of Body” from 2015 SOLD $471,135 ‼️
Estimate £40,000-60,000 
Result: £371,250 
This is not counting 5% import tax and or 20% sales tax on the premium
oil and fabric collage on canvas
72 x 60in. (182.9 x 152.4cm.) Rendered on a dramatic scale, “Out of Body” is an exquisite example of Tschabalala Self’s pioneering multi-media practice. Combining oil paint with swathes of patterned fabric, the artist explores notions relating to the black female body, creating characters and tableaux that resonate with her own experience. By deliberately exaggerating her subjects’ physical appearance, Self probes cultural attitudes towards race, gender & sexuality. ‘My work explores the emotional, physical & psychological impact of the #BlackFemale body as icon’, she explains. ‘… The fantasies & attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted & rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional, explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered & racialized body; a body which is both exalted & abject’ (T. Self, quoted at https://tschabalalaself.com/about). Born in Harlem, where she is one of the 3 artist in residence for 2018-19 at the @StudioMuseum, Self found early inspiration in the work of #AfricanAmerican artists such as #FaithRinggold & #JacobLawrence. She was also influenced by her mother: a gifted seamstress whose sharp eye for pattern, colour and fabric would come to inform much of Self’s textile work. Her first solo museum exhibition, #BodegaRun, travelled to the @YuzMuseum, Shanghai and the @Hammer_Museum, Los Angeles between 2018 & 2019. She was also exhibited earlier this year at the @FryeArtMuseum, Seattle.
The other works are from the current #StudioMuseum Artists in Residence exhibition MOOD @MoMAPS1 & a recent @NYTimes article.

#artlover #artcollector #artcurator #artmuse #artadvisor #DestineeRoss #blackwomenintheartsdoitbetter #blackgirlmagic #madeinharlem
#blackexcellence #blackbeauty #femaleartist
  • WORLD RECORD for my fellow #Harlem sister @TschabalalaSelf #TschabalalaSelf (b. 1990)
    “Out of Body” from 2015 SOLD $471,135 ‼️
    Estimate £40,000-60,000
    Result: £371,250
    This is not counting 5% import tax and or 20% sales tax on the premium
    oil and fabric collage on canvas
    72 x 60in. (182.9 x 152.4cm.) Rendered on a dramatic scale, “Out of Body” is an exquisite example of Tschabalala Self’s pioneering multi-media practice. Combining oil paint with swathes of patterned fabric, the artist explores notions relating to the black female body, creating characters and tableaux that resonate with her own experience. By deliberately exaggerating her subjects’ physical appearance, Self probes cultural attitudes towards race, gender & sexuality. ‘My work explores the emotional, physical & psychological impact of the #BlackFemale body as icon’, she explains. ‘… The fantasies & attitudes surrounding the Black female body are both accepted & rejected within my practice, and through this disorientation, new possibilities arise. I am attempting to provide alternative, and perhaps fictional, explanations for the voyeuristic tendencies towards the gendered & racialized body; a body which is both exalted & abject’ (T. Self, quoted at https://tschabalalaself.com/about). Born in Harlem, where she is one of the 3 artist in residence for 2018-19 at the @StudioMuseum, Self found early inspiration in the work of #AfricanAmerican artists such as #FaithRinggold & #JacobLawrence. She was also influenced by her mother: a gifted seamstress whose sharp eye for pattern, colour and fabric would come to inform much of Self’s textile work. Her first solo museum exhibition, #BodegaRun, travelled to the @YuzMuseum, Shanghai and the @Hammer_Museum, Los Angeles between 2018 & 2019. She was also exhibited earlier this year at the @FryeArtMuseum, Seattle.
    The other works are from the current #StudioMuseum Artists in Residence exhibition MOOD @MoMAPS1 & a recent @NYTimes article.

    #artlover #artcollector #artcurator #artmuse #artadvisor #DestineeRoss #blackwomenintheartsdoitbetter #blackgirlmagic #madeinharlem
    #blackexcellence #blackbeauty #femaleartist
  •  129  8  11 hours ago