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Roy Lichtenstein

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Celebrating Roy Lichtenstein’s 100th birthday, the Albertina Museum in Vienna will present an extensive retrospective devoted to the legend of Pop Art. A Centennial Exhibition will provide an all-encompassing survey of the artist’s oeuvre. Stateside the National Gallery of Art in DC boasts the largest single collection of Lichtenstein works, many of which were donated by the artist himself during the 1990s.

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Multiplan Acquires Oceanfront Surfside Site for $64M

Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management, led by Brazilian developer Jose Isaac Peres, has completed the acquisition of a prime oceanfront site in Surfside for $64 million. This successful transaction follows a sophisticated condo buyout and termination process. The 0.9-acre site, situated at 9309 and 9317 Collins Avenue, was purchased from R Palace, which is headed by Vivian Dimond, the principal at Bayshore Grove Capital and a broker at Brown Harris Stevens Miami. Vivian Dimond is recognized for her expertise in navigating complex condo buyout deals within the real estate market.

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Dior x Otani

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Dior designer Kim Jones has teamed with rising Japanese artist Otani on a capsule menswear collection, marking his first new collaboration with a contemporary artist since 2021.Otani specializes in ceramic sculptures, with recurring themes including bulging heads, anthropomorphic vases, children and animals.

The 24-piece Dior & Otani Workshop collection, due to land in Dior boutiques worldwide on Jan. 4, includes pieces such as sweaters and bomber jackets featuring a small green monster known as Tanilla.

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5 Interior Design Trends for 2024

We’ve experienced the resurgence of 1970s styles, the ebb and flow of wall-to-wall carpeting, the popularity of the Ultrafragola, and the trend of bouclé upholstery. As we anticipate the interior design trends of 2024, our search for insight leads us to a year characterized by carefully selected unconventional colors, a fusion of design elements from various eras, and a revival of romanticism. Expect jewel tones and floral patterns to provide a charming, vintage escape from the fast-paced advancement of technology.

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Courtesy of Architectural Digest

The New Must-Try Restaurants in Miami

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Miami continues to surge ahead, defying expectations as it welcomes a wave of new dining destinations. As 2023 came to a close and 2024 began, the city saw an influx of exciting restaurant openings, with no signs of slowing down. From the anticipated debut of h.wood Group’s Delilah Miami in Brickell, to the promise of an unparalleled Omakase dining experience at Ogawa, Miami’s culinary landscape is abuzz with the arrival of luxurious new restaurants set to elevate the city’s dining and entertainment scene.

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Featured Restaurant

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The renowned Japanese dining hotspot, Kissaki, has finally arrived in Miami Beach’s exclusive South of Fifth neighborhood, marking its highly anticipated expansion beyond New York. As 2024 begins, Kissaki brings a harmonious blend of tradition and creativity, poised to elevate South Florida’s culinary landscape. Known for its exceptional culinary experiences, Kissaki will offer a contemporary take on traditional Japanese dining in a welcoming and reimagined environment. The Miami Beach location will showcase an exquisitely designed interior, a thoughtfully curated sake and beverage selection, and a menu that artfully combines authentic Japanese tastes with inventive presentation.

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