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Color It In: Scenes From The Standard

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Hey, doodlebugs! Things feeling a bit gray and dull these days? We're here to brighten it up with a series of custom coloring books for you to flex those creative muscles and bring The Standard home. Throughout the month we'll be rolling out different themes and highlights from some of our favorite moments across all of our hotels. Week one is Art at The Standard, featuring works from Kaws, Jim Drain, Lucy Sparrow, and Barbara Krueger.

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Nir Hod's The Night You Left is not What it Seems

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Nir Hod has been making for years, cycling through a variety of disciplines. He’s published a book of poetry, released music, done sculpture work but is, probably, most known for his realist paintings. His piece The Night You Left is the most famous—and controversial—of his works to date. The Standard met up with the artist to discuss his oeuvre as well as our new collaboration with the 49-year-old.. 

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Legendary War and Reggae Photographer Roger Steffens Exhibits at The Standard, West Hollywood

Los Angeles-Art

The 77-year-old war and reggae photographer, Roger Steffens has received a second wind and thousands of more eyes thanks to his Instagram account The Family Acid. Now he's exhibiting his work at The Standard, West Hollywood. We met up with the legend to discuss his new book, The Acid Family California.

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Untitled (Questions) at Frieze Los Angeles

Los Angeles-Art

Artist Barbara Kruger makes her signature sans-serif statement in a new series of Untitled (Questions) for Frieze Los Angeles

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Chatting with Chalayan: A quarter century of London fashion

London-Art

Vogue described him as “fashion’s big thinker”; his (art)work incorporates science, technology, anthropology and performance ritual: The Standard, London welcomed legendary designer, Hussein Chalayan to a talk at Frieze London to discuss his incredible creations...

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In Conversation: Korakrit Arunanondchai and Jenn Nkiru

London-Art

From the Whitney Biennial to the Jefferson Hack-curated Transformer show in London – artists Korakrit Arunanondchai and Jenn Nkiru found themselves and their videos to be in the same shows this year, without having met each other – Andrew Durbin, Senior Editor of Frieze Magazine, moderated their conversation at The Standard Lounge at Frieze London to discover more about their work and the extensive process behind it.

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