Work by Melinda Santillan

  1. Vija Celmins 4 Lithographs

    In 1975 Latvian artists Vija Celmins made a series of 4 lithographs from pencil drawings comprising of a day sky (Sky), a night sky (Galaxy) and the surface of an area of sea (Ocean) and an area of a rocky

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  2. JEREMY SHAW AT THE CAG: Medium-Based Time

    The Contemporary Art Gallery presents Medium-Based Time by Berlin-based Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw, featuring a black and white 16mm film of transgender voguer Leiomy Maldonado, an HD video installation that reworks archival ethnographic film into a dystopian science fiction narrative,

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  3. OPENING CEREMONY FALL 2015

    As with their menswear fall 2015 collection, Opening Ceremony collaborated with their pal Spike Jonze using his photography archive for inspiration. The prints and patterns created from his imagery, compliment the bold silhouettes of this season’s garments.   Photographs via

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  4. Feb 28-April 18: Rock and Roll Meeting: Selected Print Works from the Acid Sweat Lodge Archive

    Rock and Roll Meeting: Selected Print Works from the Acid Sweat Lodge Archive Publication Studio is pleased to present ‘Rock And Roll Meeting’, an exhibition of selected print works from the archive of the Acid Sweat Lodge. These works are

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  5. ALICE NEEL

    American painter Alice Neel (January 28, 1900 – October 13, 1984) focused her practice from the 20s to the 80s on portraits of friends, family, lovers, neighbors and the artists, misfits and creative types that surrounded her from Havana, Cuba

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  6. Q&A: PECAN MAGAZINE

    PECAN is a brand new traveling magazine that prints three issues per year, each one about and based in a different city. Each chapter is a lyrical guidebook to a selected destination, assembling perspectives and creative works of that city’s

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  7. LOEWE FALL 2015

    Since taking the reigns as creative director at Loewe in October 2013, Jonathan Anderson keeps going from strength to strength. Rebranding the Spanish luxury brand with the help of M/M Paris, and bringing its roots (as a cooperative of leather

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  8. László Moholy-Nagy

    Loving the work of László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946). His aptitude working with composition, shapes and colors spanned over the many mediums he worked in, from his early experiments with photograms to his paintings and graphic work. Moholy-Nagy developed his own theory on visual

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  9. THE CHANEL GREENHOUSE: COUTURE SPRING 2015

      Chanel’s Spring 2015 Couture show was a set in an artificial green house constructed inside the Grand Palais in Paris. The mechanical white paper plants bloomed at the beginning of the show revealing colorful flowers creating a beautiful backdrop

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  10. SOPHIE CALLE: Pour la dernière et pour la première fois

    Pour la dernière et pour la première fois (For the Last and First Time) is French artist Sophie Calle’s first exhibition at the MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal). The exhibition consists of two recent projects by Calle: The

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  11. MULLER VAN SEVEREN

     Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen are both artists, and their collaborative furniture project Mueller Van Severen reflects that. Lines and colors are what makes their pieces stand out and their  humor and simplicity (who knew furniture could be humorous!)

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  12. MAISON KITSUNÉ MENS FALL 2015

    The record and fashion label from Paris’ Fall 2015 lookbook has a “mischievous intern” thing going on. Shot in an old school office and showcasing clean cool clothes and playful accessories it looks like it was shot by interns messing

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