Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at V&A

25th March 2015Art, Exhibition, Fashion, Film

Savage Beauty opens its doors to the public on Saturday 14th March and runs until 2nd August 2015 at The V&A Museum in London. The exhibition is presented in ten sections showcasing Lee McQueen’s iconic body of work, from his 1991 MA graduate collection in Central Saint Martins to his final designs. On show will … Read More

French houses fly by Laurent Chéhère

16th February 2015Art, Design, Exhibition, Photography

French photographer Laurent Chéhère‘s ongoing ‘flying houses’ series takes cues from his love of cinema and personal wanderings around little-known neighborhoods of his hometown of paris. five, never-before-exhibited images from the series are presented by muriel guépin, NY from now until february 22, 2015, each depicting a dreamlike world of airborne architecture. the whimsical collection — which marry digital … Read More

Dark Angel for Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition by Tim Walker

9th February 2015Art, Exhibition, Fashion, Photography

In honor of the opening of the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in March, British Vogue presented an exclusive Alexander McQueen’s archive on its March 2015 issue. Featuring models Aya Jones, Xiao Wen Ju, Harleth Kuusik, Yumi Lambert and Nastya Sten in McQueen’s pieces throughout his career captured by Tim Walker. The styling is courtesy of Kate Phelan with hair done by Sam McKnight and makeup … Read More

“Sound of COS” by Lernert and Sander

18th September 2014Art, Documentary, Fashion, Film

A video is a compilation of a picture in motion and the sound of that movement and other actions, speech and music. Lernert and Sander tried to unfold this relationship between picture and sound in the newest “Sound of COS” video created for the minimal Swedish brand COS. With the help of the directors Mr. Gert Jonkers … Read More

Illusionary Dalston House by Leandro Erlich

27th June 2013Art, Exhibition

Internationally known for his captivating, three-dimensional visual illusions, Argentine artist Leandro Erlich has been commissioned by the Barbican to create a new installation in Dalston. The huge three-dimensional installation Dalston House, which sits on the foundations of a Victorian house destroyed by bombing in the Second World War, is composed of the detailed façade which once … Read More

The Power of Making Exhibition at V&A

24th October 2011Art, Exhibition

The V&A and Crafts Council celebrate the role of making in our lives by presenting an eclectic selection of over 100 exquisitely crafted objects, ranging from a life-size crochet bear to a ceramic eye patch, a fine metal flute to dry stone walling. Curated by Daniel Charny, the exhibition is a cabinet of curiosities showing works … Read More

Ai Weiwei. Circle of Animals / Zodiac Heads at Somerset House

27th May 2011Art, Exhibition

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s work is the first ever contemporary art sculpture to go on display in the historic courtyard of Somerset House. It is also the first major outdoor public sculpture installation by the artist in London. The monumental installation comprises 12 bronze animal heads, re-creations of the traditional Chinese zodiac sculptures which once … Read More

TRACEY EMIN: LOVE IS WHAT YOU WANT

20th May 2011Art, Exhibition

Tracey Emin is one of Britain’s most celebrated contemporary artists. This major survey exhibition covers every period of her career, revealing facets of the artist and her work that are often overlooked. The exhibition features painting, drawing, photography, textiles, video and sculpture, in works that are by turns tough, romantic, desperate, angry, funny and full … Read More

Exhibition Monet

9th March 2011Art, Exhibition

An amazing interactive experience celebrating Claude Monet for the historic exhibition at Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Paris. You can enjoy an artistic journey of Monet’s work at a glance through a unique and wonderful digital experience. Exhibition Monet 2010, Website An exhibition of great wealth tracing back the artistic development of one of the most … Read More