Virtuoso Life - July/August 2017 - 36
ART & CULTURE
From California swimming pools rendered in acrylic to contemporary creations made on iPads, the recently opened David Hockney is the summer's most
anticipated exhibit at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (through October 23). The
chronologically complete show ranges from Hockney's expressionistic art
school eﬀorts through his outsize 1960s portraits and the luminous digital
landscapes he presently produces. After its stop in Paris, the retrospective
travels to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art for a November through
February run. centrepompidou.fr.
GOODS TO GO
All in the Wrist
Lightweight Serenity Prayer All Weather
Gold Bangles from Budhagirl breeze
through TSA checks and are pooldeck approved with their waterproof,
tarnish-free construction. Sold in sets
of nine, each bangle includes a Serenity
Prayer bead for mindful travels. $110,
Clockwise from top: David Hockney's Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures),
Self Portrait, and Looking at Pictures on a Screen.
V I RT U O S O L I F E
Associate art director Korena Sinnett's
latest must-have for international
jaunts: Leatherology's Jetsetter gift
set. "This coordinated set kicked my
carry-on game into high gear," she says.
The soft, full-grain leather pieces include a 7-by-9-inch pouch, luggage tag,
passport cover, and eye mask - all customizable with complimentary debossed
monograms. $145; leatherology.com.
(BANGLES AND TRAVEL SET) CHRIS PLAVIDAL/STYLING BY HEIDI ADAMS, (PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST) ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES/
JENNI CARTER, (SELF PORTRAIT) RICHARD SCHMIDT, (LOOKING AT PICTURES ON A SCREEN) THE MILES AND SHIRLEY FITERMAN FOUNDATION