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Interview: Claire Burman & Nellie Eden, Babyface

Claire Burman and Nellie Eden, of the all-female collective Babyface, created a unique platform based on the power of networking. For the last four years, they have been connecting over 400 creative women of all disciplines and backgrounds with diverse brands. Something Curated spoke with the two founders to discover more about their agency and…

Where To Watch Matt Tyrnauer’s Studio 54 Documentary In London

Having premiered at Sundance Film Festival this January, Studio 54, directed by Matt Tyrnauer, is a documentary that follows the journeys of club owners Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell along their domination of New York City’s nightlife scene in the 1970s. While the nightclub, whose regulars included Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Mick Jagger, Grace Jones,…

What To Expect From The Return Of Frieze Sculpture This Summer

Frieze Sculpture, opening in Regent’s Park on 4 July, will return for three months this summer, featuring works by 25 contemporary and modern artists presented by leading international galleries. Selected and placed by Clare Lilley (Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park), the project will create a unique cultural attraction at the heart of the city….

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Interview: Claire Burman & Nellie Eden, Babyface

Claire Burman and Nellie Eden, of the all-female collective Babyface, created a unique platform based on the power of networking. For the last four years, they have been connecting over 400 creative women of all disciplines and backgrounds with diverse brands. Something Curated spoke with the two founders to discover more about their agency and…

Interview: Junya Nakashima, Hairstylist

Formally trained in Japan, Junya Nakashima moved to New York to pursue his career as a hair stylist. Now working as a freelancer, styling hair for runways, lookbooks and music videos, among other projects, Nakashima has built a reputation for his fresh and often whimsical aesthetic. His editorial work spans an impressive array of publications,…

 

8 Emerging Artists To Follow From The 2018 Slade Graduate Show

The annual show represents The Slade’s potential contribution to future discourses in international art. As ever, this year’s vast exhibition of work by MA, MFA and PhD graduates is highly varied, with the artists on display employing a plethora of languages and aesthetic devices. Something Curated highlights some of the most exciting work on show….

Inside Frida Escobedo’s Serpentine Pavilion

Standing inside this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, which is open to the public from 15 June, visitors are canopied by a curved mirrored roof, where warped reflections of the space’s walls and blurred glimpses of the lush surrounding park appear. Hailing from Mexico City, Frida Escobedo is the 18th and youngest architect to design a temporary…

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