Paccarik Orue has spent half his life in the U.S. and the other in his native country of Peru. To reconnect with his Peruvian roots and heritage, Orue conceived his photographic series El Muqui.
Meet our new crush Edith, the blossoming artist with a flair for girl power and some wicked ironic twists on our beloved pop culture. We’re like, more than a little obsessed with Edith’s work (even our laptops are decked out with her stickers.) She’s a London gal but she’s been studying and working in Edinburgh for the past four years creating a fantasy world that you won’t want to leave.
On 25th November Raphael Segarra aka Finok, opened a big London debut with Lazarides.
The Infinite Mix presents recent film and video bringing together audiovisual artworks that are soulful and audacious in their exploration of a wide range of subjects.
As Britney celebrates her 35th birthday – we chart some of her most iconic moments.
Take a peek at Blood Brother and Holt Renfrew’s capsule collection collaboration, “Tempest”. Taking a lighthearted look at memory, Blood Brother and Holt Renfrew have joined creative forces to create a capsule collection for SS17. Crafting an ode to human memory, the collection is full of distressed candy stripes (like those well-loved deck chairs on Brighton Beach) and high intensity applied graphics, representing the abstract nature that we create and recall memories.
Down the rabbit’s hole we go with Sergio Rossi’s enchanting video for SS17: ‘Magic Kingdom’.
We catch up with Bulgari’s Boris Barboni to discuss the brands new collaboration with the late, great Zaha Hadid. Zaha Hadid is a name synonymous with gorgeous architecture, art and design. She has put her hand to some of the world finest buildings, including the spell-binding London’s Aquatic Centre for the 2012 Olympics
Not long ago, Ivanka Trump would have almost been considered a member of the art world. So when her father’s presidential campaign (and win) set her on an unlikely course toward national politics, a coalition of artists, curators, writers, and gallerists decided to use Ivanka’s proximity—socially speaking—to deliver a series of targeted messages about President-elect Trump.
Dark Web: Rate Me British filmmaker Fyzal Boulifa’s award-winning short Rate Me tells the story of a teen escort through twelve online user reviews . The film won the Illy award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Here, the filmmaker talks about the ideas behind the film: “Technophobia in the cinema is often super serious: sombre sci-fi cityscapes and clean-edged, hyper-rational futures
Tijuana-based artist Charles Glaubitz was born from a German-American father and mother from Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. He grew up in Rosarito Beach looking and surfing the beautiful Pacific Ocean as well as break dancing, BMX, freestyling, skateboarding and reading American super heroes comic books.
“John Currin’s ambitious paintings seduce, repel, surprise, and puzzle.
We celebrate ‘The Sweet Escape’s’ 10th birthday with a look at some of the electro pop queen’s retro hair moments – eye candy to dye for. Yep.
During 2016 Art Basel week in Miami, Tim Biskup teamed up with curator Christopher “Jillionaire” Leacock, Xavier Burt and Poplife, to created a bar, dancehall, and art gallery rolled into one. The result is “The Dog”, an immersive experience that bridges the gap between contemporary art, culture, and music.
Ben Cuevas utilizes the medium of knitting to explore and challenge the gendered constructs and physical limitations of the craft. Check out this entire human skeleton he knit from yarn!
Positive Project aims to #STOPTHESTIGMA this World Aids Day.
Edward Meadham is back in fashion with his brand new launch of his range Blue Roses.
Soundtrack your winter blues with Norwegian indie-rockers Highasakite and their melancholic acoustic offering ‘Golden Ticket.’ They currently hold the title for the longest duration for a debut to sit in the Norwegian top 40 after racking up an impressive 120 weeks in the chart, but now Highasakite are ready to go global. Since their launch, they have outputted 3 albums to acclaimed reviews, but their latest EP sees them taking on a more laid-back vibe that’s still as infectiously addictive as their debut. Ahead of what will no doubt be a phenomenal performance at the Nobel Peace Prize, Highasakite will release their ethereal 4-track EP, the appropriately named ‘Acoustic Versions’ on December 2.
Channel your inner Sharon Stone with DJ duo Eli & Fur’s edgy,
‘Tis the season for a good book.