Too grandly, in fact, for its new owner; he bulldozed it and built anew. All rights reserved. “Dude,” he says (slight Queens accent), “I can’t even take a shower.” Marino lives in a colossal apartment on the far eastern side of 57th Street. I loathe when architects only analyze architecture in intellectual, nonvisual ways. In an industry with the collective attention span of a fruit fly, Marino has enjoyed an improbably long run. Photography: Courtesy Chanel K.K © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. The exhibition featured works by Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Anselm Kiefer, Richard Prince, Damien Hirst, Francois-Xavier Lalanne, Georg Baselitltz, Joel Morrison and Tom Sachs. “He said, ‘If I told you right now that you had cancer and a month to live, what would you do?’ And I said, ‘I would get a bike and ride, and if it was painful I’d go off a cliff and die happy.’ And he said, ‘You better start doing that right now.’ For the first 30 seconds, I was like, Where are we going with this?, and then he was like, ‘You don’t have cancer, but you’re getting to a certain age, and I want you to enjoy your life.’, “He’s from Argentina. Aaron Coleman refused to drop his election bid, even after admitting to multiple allegations of abuse.
Marino got his start in New York through an introduction in the Seventies to Pat Hackett, the editor of “The Andy Warhol Diaries.” That led to a job designing Yves Saint Laurent’s apartment at the Pierre Hotel. As part of the award program, Design Miami invited Marino to design his own exhibition space, which he conceived as a “jewel box” within the context of the fair, celebrating his multiple roles within the design world. Marino is married to costume designer Jane Trapnell (Beverly Hills 90210, Kate & Allie), whom he met while they both worked at I.M. Exhibition of Peter Marino's third series of Bronze Boxes at Gagosian, London, Chanel Nexus Hall and Kyotographie International Film Festival, Japan, Counterpoint: From the Peter Marino Collection, Memento Mori: Robert Mapplethorpe Photographs from The Peter Marino Collection, Beauty & Power: Renaissance & Baroque Bronzes from The Peter Marino Collection, Les Lalanne, deux sculpteurs au musée des Arts décoratifs, Zwinger Royal Porcelain Collection (permanent exhibition), Art and Industry: Contemporary Porcelain from Sèvres. Marino’s boutiques do not instantly assault with their Marino-ness, like, say, Rem Koolhaas’s Prada store on Broadway and Prince. Fucking is a top adjective. The revelation of this dreamy landscape, Marino says in mock horror, "will ruin my reputation!" But there’s a huge amount of artistic talent. Concluding the exhibit will be set designs and a video from the opera that Marino and his wife, Jane Trapnell, helped create and ultimately staged in their New York home in 2013. “I think Democrats are still going to be looking at tariffs as a policy, they’ll probably want to avail themselves of all the same tools. They needed [places to live] and they needed architects.” Marino worked for them. "It had a prison aesthetic," Marino recalls. © 2020 Vox Media, LLC. “There’s so much beauty. After we did the first women’s store at Barneys, Paul Hirshleifer [then ceo of Hirshleifer’s] spotted me. In addition to the enormous Vuitton openings, there have been new boutiques for Chanel, Céline, and Zegna, among others. But twelve years ago, he had a life-altering conversation when he went to his doctor for a checkup. Marino lives with his wife, Jane Trapnell, a TV and theater costume designer, and their 2-year-old daughter, Isabelle, in the same sort of knock-your-socks-off opulence enjoyed by his clients. Nine actually good and exciting things that happened on Election Night. I had a somewhat unusual childhood with a disease that was pretty disabling. It all just took off from there. Votre compte à procédure simplifiée permet aux collaborateurs de votre entreprise de télécharger du contenu pour les utilisations suivantes : Il remplace la licence pour les maquettes (images ou vidéos) du site Web de Getty Images. As Marino explains with an eloquent growl, "I really hate leafless trees in winter—they crush your soul.
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“I’m basically a lower-middle-class kid with zero social connections,” says Marino. Rassembler, sélectionner et commenter vos fichiers. At the link in bio, the rising star talks to WWD about her Trump impersonations, @netflix special, “Everything’s Fine,” and what’s next. “Live to ride and ride to live, dude!” Marino says. From left: Peter Marino with his wife, Jane Trapnell, Arielle Dombasle and Jack Lang at the Chanel Haute Couture autumn/winter 2011/12 show in Paris.
And with Loewe’s business starting to improve, retail locations are planned for Barcelona, Hong Kong and Singapore. “Using ‘the Pedro’ produces very large profits,” says Marino, referring to himself, wagging a finger that is covered, like all the rest of his fingers, in an enormous silver ring.
How about you? For more information, please visit Gagosian Gallery. PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 13: Peter Marino (2nd R) poses with his wife Jane Trapnell, his daughter Isabelle Marino (R) and Thierry Millerand (L) after he received the Chevalier des Arts Et Lettres honour at Musee Des Arts Decoratifs on November 13, 2012 in Paris, France. Pei. (Everyone was fine.) Once again, we’ve broken our daily record. Peter Marino’s residence, NYC. Next to an outbuilding where Marino garages his motorcycles, boxwood hedges and ‘American Beauty’ roses enclose Bartlett pear trees, herbs, and red-flowering plants, including lobelia and monarda; the bronze cattle sculptures are by François-Xavier Lalanne. "American landscaping, like American architecture, is its own thing," Marino asserts. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. Known for the collection of Renaissance and Baroque bronze sculpture that fills his Manhattan home, he also has an array of edgy art by Vik Muniz and Anselm Reyle rotating through his office. Peter Marino’s first series of bronze boxes featuring eight designs made in cast bronze and leather, gilded, silvered, and blackened bronze debuted in February 2012 in Gstaad, Switzerland. He knows how to work for any number of competitors—walk down 57th Street near Fifth Avenue: That’s Marino’s Vuitton, Marino’s Chanel, Marino’s Christian Dior—while keeping the brand identities intact and the sales figures brisk.
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The exhibition opened with three major sculptures, L'Homme à tête de chou, Caroline Enceinte, and Le Lapin à Vent. (Photo by Michel Dufour/French Select via Wireimage) He gets it.”, Marino seems to have a genuine affinity for designers. "Anal-retentive doesn’t begin to describe me," he says, adding, "If a hedge has a leaf out of place, the veins on my neck swell." Barneys New York did a women’s store and then opened 17 stores all over the world.”, The Barneys gig gave Marino access to the fashion elite who would eventually become his company’s bread and butter. Protégez vos créations : nous retirerons cette image de notre site aussi longtemps que vous le souhaiterez.
‘Black Belt’ by Peter Marino introduces limited edition hand blown glass vases inspired by the interaction of light, space and materiality. “Nine out of nine architects start with a sketch and then they say, ‘What should we make it out of?’ ” Marino says. Report: @tararielle : @apnews, @sarahcpr has been ready for her own voice to be heard for a long time. Chanel at year-end will move to a new home on Avenue Montaigne that’s double the size of its existing store. The space featured architectural maquettes and images, antique and contemporary chairs from his own collection, and his personally-designed cast bronze sculpted boxes. When we meet with Peter, it’s not just what is written on a piece of paper. The side facing the gardens of the Louvre was inhabited by a series of wild, jungle animals set in deep green jungle foliage, with a surreal gorilla cage punctuating the space.
Not a posh one, exactly, but one that is more London, that calls to mind the swinging sixties along the King’s Road. It can feel, at times, like Marino designs everything. These days, most of his leather is custom-made by a tailor named Felix, and Marino even wears it when he’s at his house in Southhampton, where hydrangeas flank the gravelly drive. The Metropolitan [Museum of Art] has given fashion its quasi-mark of approval with the Costume Institute in the basement of the museum. by 2Paragraphs in Culture | April 1, 2017. A skillful blending of early-, mid-, and late-blooming varieties keeps the palettes flourishing for much of the year. En cliquant sur le bouton Télécharger, vous assumez l'entière responsabilité pour l'utilisation de contenu sans autorisation disponible, y compris l'obtention des autorisations requises pour votre utilisation ; vous acceptez également de vous soumettre aux restrictions applicables. Peter Marino will be interviewed on 60 Minutes (April 2, 7pm, CBS).
Ajouter des produits pour créer un diaporama. Photo: Getty. I don’t work for quiet millionaires in Arkansas.”, Nor are Marino’s retail clients shy, retiring types. Photo: Pari Dukovic/New York Magazine. Warhol hired Marino to do his own house, on East 66th Street, in partnership with Jed Johnson, and then to design the Factory when it moved to the north side of Union Square. The main space, la Nef (The Nave), was composed of the ‘gardens and water pools’ and were inhabited by the Lalannes’ iconic sheep and water animals.
Remembering Betty Dodson, the pioneering sex educator. Marino speaks knowledgeably on such subjects as art history and Middle Eastern politics, but mixes in words like “dude” and “ginormous” in a raspy mash-up of a proper British accent and the street-smart patois of his native Bayside, N.Y. Peter from the block is also Pedro from Milan, as in his third-person remark, “A lot of what Pedro does isn’t very glamorous.”.
This is what happens with Peter.