COS Celebrates Partnership With Dia Art Foundation
The worlds of art, fashion and design came together last night at the Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery in Los Angeles as COS hosted an intimate dinner party to celebrate its ongoing partnership with Dia Art Foundation and Mary Corse, an LA-based artist.
Tuna tostadas and Weiser potato bites were washed down with champagne and cocktails as guests--including Kate Mara, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jaime King, Tom Payne, Aluna Francis, Rita McBride, Maggie Kayne, Dia’s David Morehouse and Alexis Lowry, and Corse herself--explored the gallery of work by Corse before sitting down to a Sqirl-catered meal.
Dia, established in 1974, commissions single-artist projects, exhibitions and site-specific installations, like that of Corse, whose work is currently on long-term view at Dia:Beacon in upstate New York. COS began its partnership with them in the spring of 2018, continuing its history of giving back to the art world that has long inspired their collections.
“We are thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Dia Art Foundation in the United States, and celebrating the work of Los Angeles based artist Mary Corse,” said COS Global Head of Communications Atul Pathak. “It is an honor to support an organization that has been the source of such inspiration for our collections.”