Caroline Wall

Caroline Wall

Caroline Wall

Caroline Wall, originally from Greensboro, NC., is a student at Wesleyan University. As an editorial assistant at Whitewall, she brings artistic experience to the table, having completed a recent series, "Facets," exploring the connections between man and deity. She currently lives in New York City.

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Rob Teeters on Karl Holmqvist at The Power Station in Dallas

The not-for-profit exhibition space The Power Station, founded in 2011, is housed in a former electrical substation for the Dallas Power & Light Company. The facility was active into the late 1940s, and later put to a range of uses. Alden Pinnell is the collector behind the newest chapter...
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IWC Schaffhausen Creates Special Edition Watch for The Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off this week in New York, and this marks the fourth year IWC Schaffhausen has supported the organization with an annual limited-edition timepiece, this time it’s the Portugieser Annual Calendar Edition Tribeca Film Festival. Whitewall spoke with the Swiss watchmaker’s North American President Edouard d’Arbaumont...
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“Reframing Modernism” at The National Gallery Singapore

At the end of March, “Reframing Modernism” opened at the National Gallery Singapore, presented in partnership with the Centre Pompidou. The exhibition showcases work by Modernist Southeast Asian artists like Le Pho, Latiff Mohidin, Affandi, Georgette Chen, and H.R. Ocampo next to work by artists like Picasso, Matisse, and Kandinsky,...
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Paula Crown, BEARINGS DOWN 1 (Detail). Courtesy of PAHC / studio Chicago

Kenny Goss Talks MTV RE:DEFINE & Paula Crown

The solo exhibition of Chicago-based artist Paula Crown “Bearings Down” opens this week at the Goss-Michael Foundation in Dallas,TX. And this Friday, April 8, the contemporary British art collection lead by co-founder Kenny Goss, participates in the city’s annual MTV RE:DEFINE charity event benefiting the MTV Staying Alive Foundation...
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Studio Job’s “MAD HOUSE” at MAD Museum

On view now at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is an exhibition designed by collaborative artists Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, and produced by their Belgian atelier, Studio Job. Featuring a total of 57 works from the last 15 years, the show, titled “Studio Job: MAD HOUSE,” is...
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Asian Artists Find Tian-Inspo in #GucciGram

Earlier this month, Gucci presented the second installment of its art and design project, #GucciGram, inviting international artists to reimagine the company’s signature floral and geometric prints. While the first edition of #GucciGram last October focused on Gucci’s Blooms and Caleido motifs, #GucciGram Tian features works by Asian artists that...
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Zaha Hadid Creates Collection and Booth Design for Georg Jensen at Baselworld

Last week at Baselworld, Danish silver brand Georg Jensen debuted an eight-piece jewelry collection and installation designed by the renowned Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid. Crafted from sterling silver, with occasional black rhodium and black diamond accents, the collection of rings and bangles reflects Hadid’s incredible buildings, capturing the curved grooves...
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Robert Rauschenberg at Pace Gallery Hong Kong

On Monday, Pace Gallery debuted the first Hong Kong solo exhibition of American modern artist Robert Rauschenberg. Coinciding with the opening of Art Basel Hong Kong, the exhibition features five works spanning 20 years of the artist’s career, combining painted, silkscreened, metal, and canvas works into a comprehensive...
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