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VIET CONG, THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE

If 2015 has started well enough, from a musical viewpoint, it is also due to them, the Viet Cong, who debuted with their self-titled album on 20 January, on Jagjaguwar

© Atiba Jefferson

ATIBA JEFFERSON: SO LONG, LONESOME

‘So Long, Lonesome’, Atiba Jefferson’s first European photo exhibition is currently on view at the HVW8 gallery in Berlin. Featuring a nice selection of portraits ranging from basketball (Allen Iverson, Kobe, Kevin Durant), music (Explosions In The Sky, King Krule, Future Islands) to skateboard (Eric Koston, The Gonz and Dylan Rieder) and presented in collaboration… Read more »

Bree. Liberty Cheer All-Stars. Corsicana, Texas. Fine art pigment print

SONGBOOK by Alec Soth

  Sean Kelly in NY has recently opened an exhibition of new photographs by Alec Soth entitled “Songbook”. Featuring over twenty-five monumental black and white photographs taken between 2012 and 2014 from Soth’s cross-country travels, “Songbook” will also be presented at Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco, on February 5th, 2015, and Weinstein Gallery, in Minneapolis,… Read more »

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LUMEN: Ester Grossi at Bologna ArteFiera 2015

  Here comes the sun. As an evocative symbol of life and as our connection to a bigger unknown, the sun and the light are at the same time a primal and a futuristic source of inspiration for art. It couldn’t be more evident in Lumen, a project that will be presented at the Bologna… Read more »

Leiden by Fabio Orsi

Have A Merry Sounding Christmas: A Mixtape

Sing your own carol. Imagine Christmas as if it were a spaghetti western duel, or a fairytale involving a unicorn in a uniform. Send your wishes with a sense of longing, or with some tongue-in-cheek stern. Christmas is cancelled.

Young Sophie Bell - Directed by Amanda Adolfsson

NORDIC RAYS (of Cinema) LIGHT – An Overview on Two Interesting Film Festivals in Scandinavia

November is not one of the best months to be spent in Scandinavia. Days are dark grey and weigh on mood and the cold, now already biting, has not yet warmed by the Christmas spirit, which will explode in December. However, in these countries, the cultural life is crowded and pulsating in the art and… Read more »

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE STORMY SEAS OF AN ARTIST

There are documentaries that simply celebrate the career of an artist and others, on the contrary, that look for missing parts to most people, emphasizing all the narrative jumps or holes.

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Saying Together Forever, Breaking Up Never: PARRA

Dutch artist, graphic designer and musician Parra exploits the inexhaustible possibilities of Pop art and comic tradition to create a new interest in the way we perceive modern relationships. His distinctive, colourful hand-drawn style and his constant experimentation with new subjects and media have led the artist to exhibit around the globe, producing paintings, drawings… Read more »

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DREAMERS by Chris Hoare

English photographer Chris Hoare takes us inside Bristol’s underground Hip-Hop scene in his three year photo story entitled “Dreamers”. A nice, plain and genuine body of photographs now gathered into a limited-edition photobook depicting the city, its leading artists, its vivacious and rapidly growing music scene.

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Embracing Skyscrapers: EAST INDIA YOUTH

  Almost a year ago, we were introduced to the sound of a young London based musician, William Doyle, aka East India Youth, whose debut ep “Hostel” was so good that forced The Quietus’ Luke Turner to start a label only to release it. Even if William was not necessarily unknown to the scene –… Read more »

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  • 10959739_10153162090669665_4815192603816643916_n

    VIET CONG, THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE

    If 2015 has started well enough, from a musical viewpoint, it is also due to them, the Viet Cong, who debuted with their self-titled album on 20 January, on Jagjaguwar

  • © Atiba Jefferson

    ATIBA JEFFERSON: SO LONG, LONESOME

    ‘So Long, Lonesome’, Atiba Jefferson’s first European photo exhibition is currently on view at the HVW8 gallery in Berlin. Featuring a nice selection of portraits ranging from basketball (Allen Iverson, Kobe, Kevin Durant), music (Explosions In The Sky, King Krule, Future Islands) to skateboard (Eric Koston, The Gonz and Dylan Rieder) and presented in collaboration… Read more »

  • Bree. Liberty Cheer All-Stars. Corsicana, Texas. Fine art pigment print

    SONGBOOK by Alec Soth

      Sean Kelly in NY has recently opened an exhibition of new photographs by Alec Soth entitled “Songbook”. Featuring over twenty-five monumental black and white photographs taken between 2012 and 2014 from Soth’s cross-country travels, “Songbook” will also be presented at Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco, on February 5th, 2015, and Weinstein Gallery, in Minneapolis,… Read more »

  • 503394607_1280x720

    LUMEN: Ester Grossi at Bologna ArteFiera 2015

      Here comes the sun. As an evocative symbol of life and as our connection to a bigger unknown, the sun and the light are at the same time a primal and a futuristic source of inspiration for art. It couldn’t be more evident in Lumen, a project that will be presented at the Bologna… Read more »

  • Leiden by Fabio Orsi

    Have A Merry Sounding Christmas: A Mixtape

    Sing your own carol. Imagine Christmas as if it were a spaghetti western duel, or a fairytale involving a unicorn in a uniform. Send your wishes with a sense of longing, or with some tongue-in-cheek stern. Christmas is cancelled.

  • Young Sophie Bell - Directed by Amanda Adolfsson

    NORDIC RAYS (of Cinema) LIGHT – An Overview on Two Interesting Film Festivals in Scandinavia

    November is not one of the best months to be spent in Scandinavia. Days are dark grey and weigh on mood and the cold, now already biting, has not yet warmed by the Christmas spirit, which will explode in December. However, in these countries, the cultural life is crowded and pulsating in the art and… Read more »