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Studio Olafur Eliasson’s Quarantine Reading List

Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson consistently seeks to make his art relevant to society at large, engaging the public in striking ways both inside and outside the museum. For Eliasson, the potential of art is determined by the viewer’s own participation in and experience of the work. Covering a diverse range of media, from painting, sculpture,…

Trustfall On His Debut Release ‘Knots’, Embracing Pop & Collaborating With Sega Bodega

London-based musician, filmmaker and artist Trustfall invites the listener into his intricate universe for the first time with his debut release “Knots.” Moving between LA, London, Paris and Berlin, Trustfall has honed his craft as a prolific songwriter and instrumentalist, performing live with artists including Kelsey Lu and Holly Herndon, whilst composing soundtracks for films…

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Interview: Régime Des Fleurs Founder Alia Raza On Perfume As...

Offering a contemporary and entirely unique perspective on luxury fragrance, Régime des Fleurs’ conceptual perfume collections draw on diverse inspirations traversing the realms of nature, history and art. Imaginatively presented and beautifully documented, founder Alia Raza’s background as a filmmaker and artist is evident in Régime des Fleurs’ vibrant packaging and lavish imagery, spanning opulent…

Canons Of Beauty: Mona Leanne On SFX Make-Up, Digital Filter...

London-based make-up artist Mona Leanne has garnered a reputation within the industry for her outlandish creativity, drawing on her interests in special effects and art. Pushing boundaries with her distinct vision and aesthetic, Leanne has worked with designers and brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Kenzo, ASAI, Gucci, Charles Jeffrey and Nike. Her expansive editorial portfolio…

Interview: Designer Rui Zhou On Evading Trends, Wabi-Sabi An...

Chinese designer Rui Zhou’s works compellingly explore the relationship between body and garment; the knitwear designer considers clothing as a second layer of skin, embracing a playful and poetic approach to design, while ultimately celebrating the female form. Her delicate works manifest as a spectrum of abstract bodysuits, comprising panels of textiles tethered by neat…

 

Hans-Ulrich Obrist’s Quarantine Reading List

Artistic Director of London’s Serpentine Galleries, Zurich-born curator, critic and art historian, Hans-Ulrich Obrist has established a reputation for being one of the most prolific and influential curators in the world. Since his first show “World Soup” (The Kitchen Show) in 1991 he has curated more than 300 diverse exhibitions. Among the titles he’s authored,…

Listen To Iggy Pop, Marilyn Minter, Jordan Wolfson & Takashi Murakami’s Bedtime Stories

The New Museum has launched a new project by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, called Bedtime Stories, featuring contributions from some of the most eminent names in art and culture, including Iggy Pop, Jeff Koons, Rashid Johnson, David Byrne, Takashi Murakami, Marilyn Minter, Elizabeth Peyton, Jordan Wolfson, Michael Stipe, and Maya Lin. Inviting friends and other artists and performers he admires to keep us…

Interview: Régime Des Fleurs Founder Alia Raza On Perfume As A Multi-Sensory Experience

Offering a contemporary and entirely unique perspective on luxury fragrance, Régime des Fleurs’ conceptual perfume collections draw on diverse inspirations traversing the realms of nature, history and art. Imaginatively presented and beautifully documented, founder Alia Raza’s background as a filmmaker and artist is evident in Régime des Fleurs’ vibrant packaging and lavish imagery, spanning opulent…

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