5 Designers Rethinking What Footwear Can Be

Expanding upon the definitions of what footwear can be, the below designers and artists bring together surprising materials and recognisable forms, while exploring the performative nature of dressing to reimagine and subvert the shoe. With sustainability and reuse at the core of several of their practices, familiar objects, from tennis balls and silk ties to…

Barboun Head Chef Fez Ozalgan’s Guide To A Levantine Inspired Christmas

Head Chef of Eastern Mediterranean grill restaurant Barboun in Shoreditch, Fez Ozalgan’s signature creations span diverse seafood and meat dishes cooked over open fire, bolstered by her heritage and references to the meals her grandparents prepared, alongside inventive takes on classics like dolma, stuffed vine leaves, and manti, a dumpling popular in many Turkic cuisines….

5 Cultural Producers Reimagining Manila’s Creative Landscape

From folk art, including specialised weaving techniques, jewellery making and pottery, to performance and oral traditions, indigenous architecture, and music, the Philippines boasts a long, rich and adaptive tradition of creativity. Today, the bustling city of Manila is unsurprisingly a hotbed for inspiration with a flourishing cultural output emanating from the Philippines’ capital. From food…

Artistic Director Joël Andrianomearisoa On The Launch Of Madagascar’s First Contemporary Art Non-Profit

Opening its doors to international audiences from 27 February 2021, under the directorship of Joël Andrianomearisoa, Hakanto Contemporary in Antananarivo, Madagascar’s first non-profit contemporary arts space, presents its inaugural exhibition, a group show entitled NY FITIAVANAY / OUR LOVE / NOTRE AMOUR. Taking its name from the Malagasy word for “aesthetic,” the independent, non-profit contemporary…

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