Keith Estiler

Art Editor
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Keith Estiler aids his team with a sharp focus on art. Keith curates the @HYPEBEASTART Instagram account and enjoys capturing candid photos when traveling.
JR Launches Monumental "Chronicles of San Francisco – Sketches" Exhibition
Arts

JR Launches Monumental "Chronicles of San Francisco – Sketches" Exhibition

Spotlighting portraits, video installations, and more.

Artist Slumpy Kev Channels Childhood Cartoons for Pop-Up Art Show
Arts

Artist Slumpy Kev Channels Childhood Cartoons for Pop-Up Art Show

‘Courage the Cowardly Dog,’ ‘One Piece’ and more.

“Monsters, Manga & Murakami” Invade Musée en Herbe in Paris
Arts

“Monsters, Manga & Murakami” Invade Musée en Herbe in Paris

Spotlighting Takashi Murakami’s very rare ‘Inochi Doll.’

Raymond Pettibon's Artworks That Helped Inspire Dior FW19 Now on Sale
Arts

Raymond Pettibon's Artworks That Helped Inspire Dior FW19 Now on Sale

Rare ink drawings made by the praised punk-era artist.

Doug Aitken Spotlights Illuminated Figures for 'Don't Forget to Breathe' Installation
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Doug Aitken Spotlights Illuminated Figures for 'Don't Forget to Breathe' Installation

A site-specific work to debut in LA.

Mike Lee & Case Studyo Unveil Limited 'Bump & Grind' Sculpture
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Mike Lee & Case Studyo Unveil Limited 'Bump & Grind' Sculpture

The title of the piece is not a reference to R. Kelly’s song, the artist claims.

Studio Ghibli Unveils 'Kiki's Delivery Service' BABY-G Watch
Fashion

Studio Ghibli Unveils 'Kiki's Delivery Service' BABY-G Watch

Celebrating the film’s 30th anniversary with a special timepiece.

MoMA to Close over Summer 2019 for Major Renovation
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MoMA to Close over Summer 2019 for Major Renovation

Sacrificing revenue to spotlight more overlooked artists.

Studio Visits: Aaron Johnson
Arts  

Studio Visits: Aaron Johnson

Exploring the otherworldly artworks of the Brooklyn-based painter and sculptor.

Hikari Shimoda Questions the Shifting Notions of Pop Art in Latest Exhibition
Arts

Hikari Shimoda Questions the Shifting Notions of Pop Art in Latest Exhibition

Entitled “Can Pop Art Show The Way to Nirvana?”
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