Recent Blog Posts

  1. This Thursday at Make: The Liberia Pure Honey Project

    Tomorrow at Make is the Liberia Honey Project exhibition which is curated by our friends Andrew Querner and Nich McElroy in support of Universal Outreach Foundation’s work in Liberia, West Africa. In cooperation with the Liberia Beekeepers Association, UOF has

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  2. Christopher Kane: Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear

    Christopher Kane’s Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection was full of surprising elements and details. Drawings of figures weaved in and out of the garments with the fluid forms continuing in the paneling of the various sheer fabrics that appeared through the

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  3. Zioxla: Strange Plants II

    Zioxla has just released Strange Plants II,  the second book in a series that celebrates plants in contemporary art designed by Folch Studio. This second book features the work of 30 artists, and explores what these artists think about plants and how

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  4. The Gentlewoman: N0 11 Spring /Summer

    New issue of The Gentlewoman is beautiful with Bjork on the cover. This  issue  includes feature of  Bjork, Miranda July, and a couple photo editorial by  one of our new favourite photographer’s Lena Emery Check out here.    

  5. FLASHBACK FRIDAY: JASON DILL

    Photo courtesy of Jason Dill For anyone with even a passing interest in skateboarding, Jason Dill needs no introduction. Professional by the age of 16, he is a true legend whose place in skateboarding history is confirmed. But Dill’s creative

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Alexander McQueen debut collection for Givenchy-S/S 97

    After the release of a new book talking about the genius and tragedy behind the life of the late Alexander McQueen we couldn’t help to look back on his first collection for Givenchy which paved the way toward his success

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. VIVANE SASSEN AT ICA IN LONDON

    ICA presents Viviane Sassen: Pikin Slee, until April 12, 2015. The ICA is delighted to present a solo exhibition of recent work by Viviane Sassen, a photographer who has garnered parallel critical acclaim as a fashion photographer and in the

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