ESTONIAN: FASHIONAVANT - WHITE MILAN
Emerging fashion designers and contemporary brands come together for the second time at WHITE MILAN, with the Estonian showroom FASHIONAVANT
ALA.NI: UNIQUE VOCAL LAYERING
Layering up hundreds of vocal tracks, some of which imitate the sounds of instruments, building a hypnotic world
BENJAMIN MURPHY: ARTS INNER THOUGHTS
A stable part of the London art scene, yet not affiliated to any particular scene
SANTINI: HOFA GALLERY
Santini will be unveiling a selection of new works concerned with the human condition, the choices we make, and the struggles we face.
HOTEL ADRIATIC CROATIA COASTAL SPLENDOUR
Boutique luxury art hotel features an impressive and unique collection of over one hundred art works
HEN: AN EXHIBITION BY BEX DAY
Aiming to expose gender stereotypes, and explore how they have affected the older transgender community
PAUL COSTELLOE: LONDON AW19
In true style of Costelloe, the collection is famine yet bold.
DON MCCULLIN: RETROSPECTIVE TATE BRITAIN
Major retrospective of the legendary British photographer Sir Don McCullin.
Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism
Over 100 years ago Pablo Picasso journeyed to Italy for a few extraordinary weeks in Rome and Naples with Jean Cocteau,
ROTTERDAM: A Modern UTOPIA
Blurring the lines between art and reality. Rotterdam makes other European cities seem out of synch with modern living.
ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE: CHOREOGRAPHY FOR AN EXHIBITION
Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in New York, brings a body of work to Naples in an innovative show and a performative program
DAVID LOCK: A MONSTROUS BUT BEAUTIFUL DIALOGUE
Only recently, people thought the USA and the UK were reliable western democracies but now we are looking like a hopeless mess
101 COPENHAGEN: INTERIOR DESIGN SECRET FIND
Danish design brand 101 Copenhagen, founded in 2017 with a strong vision to create a world of beautiful accessories
HLA X ALEX: MADE IN CHINA
SS20 catwalk show defined the modern style of man
STEPHEN ANTHONY DAVIDS: NOT CONFORMING
The art world is underpinned by class as much as by race. Where do I begin?
MARY QUANT THE DAISY LADY
The V&A put out a call for #WeWantQuant last year, asking the British public to lend or donate their Quant garments
GEORG KARL PFAHLER: COLOR AND SPACE
Focussing on the dynamic between shapes with a deeper relationship between space and color
PSYCHEDELIC SPRING: CHANGING SEASONS
As the seasons change, so does our way of self expression
BAY LEAF: PACKED WITH NUTRIENTS
Herbal medicine is alive and well in the west indies and is passed down from generation to generation
ARMINE OHANYAN: PARIS AW 19
The play between shapes, lights and movement comes together to create a skillful harmony.
TALENTED ARTIST INTERVIEW: JOHN BALL
The Talented Art Fair is back at the Old Truman Brewery for its third edition from 1 to 3 March 2019.
Henrik Vibskov AW 19
Swedish Ninja: Scandinavian Design at its Best
We had the pleasure of visiting the London Design Fair where it didn't take long to be captivated by the stellar display by Swedish Ninja.
Why go to Cuba? Why not? Sunshine, sea, rum, cigars, cars and sexy salsa dancing with strangers in the street.
HARU stuck-on design was developed by Nitto, a company established in Japan in 1918, with a long history in specialist electrical insulation materials and adhesive tape-related products.
Visiting Madrid. Spacious boulevards, expansive manicured parks, and neo classical facades