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A Guide To FRAMES of REPRESENTATION 2019

Running from 12-20 April 2019, FRAMES of REPRESENTATION (FoR) returns to London’s ICA for its fourth edition. Including a diverse roster of participants, the festival showcases films that question the typical cinematic language of the documentary form. This year’s selected films aim to blur the boundaries between documentary and fiction as filmmakers, thinkers and activists…

Gaetano Pesce: A Pioneer In Expanding The Intersection Of Art & Design

At the intersection of architecture and fine art sits Gaetano Pesce’s fascinating practice. The Italian-born architect has been a prominent figure in the industrial design world for the past five decades, challenging the norms of the field and creating pieces that combine functionality with idiosyncratic aesthetics. Now based in New York, Pesce continues to create…

Interviews

Interview: Alex ‘Millinsky’ Daillance On The Sto...

Designer Alexandre ‘Millinsky’ Daillance launched his label NASASEASONS in 2014, when he was just 16 years old. His work blends together thoughtfully embroidered designs paired with bold, creative statements, championing an ethos that exemplifies both playfulness and pragmatism. Born and raised in Paris, he moved to the US to attend Wesleyan University in Connecticut, expanding…

Interview: Olu Michael Odukoya, Creative Director & Pub...

London-based creative director, publisher and curator, Olu Michael Odukoya regularly collaborates with eminent brands, artists and galleries, including Balenciaga, Sarah Lucas and Sadie Coles HQ, among others, both independently and through his creative agency OMO Creates. Earlier in his career, he worked with then Yves Saint Laurent creative director Stefano Pilati as art director of…

Interview: Magnhild Kennedy, The Artist Behind Damselfrau

London-based Norwegian artist Magnhild Kennedy, perhaps better known by her pseudonym Damselfrau, is a self-taught maker of masks, traversing the lines between art, design and craft through a practice she is not keen to define. Her approach is decidedly unpretentious and guided by a magpie-like eye for beauty. “I am led by the phantasms appearing…

 

Only Human: Martin Parr At The National Portrait Gallery

Martin Parr has established himself as a household name in the field of documentary photography, and is currently exhibiting an extensive overview of his work at London’s National Portrait Gallery. The major show, entitled Only Human and open until 27 May 2019, examines national identity today, both in the UK and abroad with a special…

The Best Of The Armory Show 2019

The Armory Show, running until 10 March 2019, was founded by four New York gallerists – Colin de Land, Pat Hearn, Matthew Marks and Paul Morris – who sought a platform to present and promote new voices in the visual arts. In its 25 years, the art fair has established itself as an unmissable art…

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