Currently on display at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong is a group exhibition curated by Leo Li Chen entitled After Party: Collective Dance and Individual Gymnastics.
Hugs for Everybody Today is Blue Monday, the third Monday in January and, according to a pseudoscientific theory, the most-depressing day of the year in the northern hemisphere. Coined in 2005 by a travel company as a means of calculating when people might be most inclined to book a holiday, the concept has seeped into what seems like all aspects of life—from a means of marketing mood-enhancing products to explaining away the tempers of mean-spirited commuters
Through the years, all of Jim Goldberg’s publishing endeavors have been worthy of attention, dating back to his seminal and highly collectable 1995 title Raised by Wolves. With each effort, Goldberg builds brilliant narrative stories, unconventional in presentation and deeply personal.
And among other things that this beautiful short documentary the Worcester Art Museum commissioned Todd Mazer to create shows is that Ed is just as wonderful a guy as you’d hope.
At 7pm GMT on Saturday 14th January, Moschino showcase their AW Menswear and pre-Womenswear collections collection live on Wonderland.
Shared online in 2012, this short film shows stills from Jim Goldberg’s renowned book Raised by Wolves, alongside moving images and sound.
Birthe Piontek is a visual artist living in Vancouver BC, Canada. Originally from Germany, she moved to Canada in 2005 after receiving her MFA from the University of Essen in Communication Design and Photography.
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In collaboration with Camberwell Studios, here are the films we’re most excited about this Spring. London’s Camberwell Studios are unrivalled in their dedication to the film industry. Their green-screen, voiceover, film and video facilities have helped to create some gorgeously magnificent pieces that we can’t help but be obsessed with.
KENZO unveil their short film “CLUB ARK ETERNAL” for Resort and Men’s SS17 collections. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have made KENZO and dance a
Pitti Immagine Uomo 91 is nearly over but here are our top picks from the past few days.
Rather than fight the spirit of today’s topsy-turvy times, why not embrace it with this statement bookcase from multi-hyphenate Czech designer Jiři Pelcl?
Timo Kerber and Alece Rafferty show us how to see red. Coat COACH, top THE ELDER STATESMAN, trousers WALES BONNER, shoes COMME DES GARCONS Jacket and Jeans MAISON MARGIELA, boots SAINT LAURENT Coat UNDERCOVER, top ANN DEMEULEMEESTER, trousers YANG LI Jacket COMME DES GARCONS, top SACAI, trousers CRAIG GREEN Jeans MAISON MARGIELA, boots SAINT LAURENT Jacket COMME DES GARCONS, top SACAI, trousers CRAIG GREEN, trainers PRADA Jacket VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, top WOOYOUNG MI, trousers WALES BONNER, shoes SAINT LAURENT Coat UNDERCOVER, top ANN DEMEULEMEESTER, trousers YANG LI Jacket VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, top WOOYOUNG MI, trousers WALES BONNER Jacket COMME DES GARCONS, trousers CASELY HAYFORD, shoes ANN DEMEULEMEESTER Photography : Timo Kerber Model : Arran Turton-Phillips at Select Model Management Styling : Alece Rafferty Grooming : Sabrina Lefebvre Make up : Claire Urquhart Fashion Assistant : Hayley Somerville The post Editorial: Seeing Red appeared first on Wonderland Magazine .
We meet Andrew Salgado, the youngest artist to be selected for a retrospective at the Canadian High Commission. This month, Andrew Salgado will become the youngest artist to be featured by the Canadian High Commission. At just 34 years old, he’s already had 11 sold out shows and has appeared in exhibitions all across the globe.
Directors’ Cuts: Sound of Sun Czech born Los Angeles-based director Eva Doležalová talks about her debut short, Sound of Sun, which stars model of the moment Suki Waterhouse and Milk star Sean Penn: “I had a recurring dream of a transition, a change where I saw various lights and figures that have helped me to transform into the artist that I am today. In my dream I was becoming that, and this is why I grabbed my computer and wrote a tale of a revelation. I saw its characters and environment, but it all began with some sort of lights that were guiding me into the other side—almost as if I knew that there’s something waiting for me in a new world, and it was waiting to be fulfilled
On January 14th Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco will be opening a solo show by Brian Willmont. Sharing the space with SF-based Joe Roberts, NY-based artist and curator will be introducing his new body of work that is pushing his practice to a point where there is the familiar simplicity but a deeper complexity in the reading as well.
From his home in Ipswich, Massachusetts and for nearly sixty years, Ed Emberley has been turning out books for children. At age 85, he is still restlessly creative, continuing to work in many styles that make him one of the most compelling and diversified living American illustrators
As Valentine’s Day approaches we fall in love with Miu Miu’s romantic pieces.