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22
Jan
2011
Harlan Levey, the founder of the No New Enemies network and Harlan Levey Projects, and creative director of Modart, has been asked to curate a selection of photographers for Bite! Magazine. The second photographer of choice on Bite! is Vincent Skoglund and his Waste Management series. “One of Sweden’s most respected photographers, Vincent’s remarkable depictions of the then emerging...
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22
Jan
2011
Culture Shock is the anxiety and feelings (of surprise, disorientation, uncertainty, confusion) felt when people have to operate within a different and unknown environment. Since the media industry is evolving with incredible speed the means of communication change equally fast. Culture Shock Marketing recognizes these changes and calls for communication that is fit for this period of accelerated flux,...
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21
Jan
2011
The photographer Elle Muliarchyk was born in Belarus and grew up between Vietnam, Prague and San Francisco, until one day she decided to move to New York to become a supermodel. Feeling creatively limited by her modeling agency she sought revenge by sneaking into designer boutiques and creating her own fashion shoots in dressing rooms worldwide, wearing the most...
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20
Jan
2011
Founded in 2001 Circleculture is a Berlin-based Gallery dedicated to show and deal fine art that finds it’ s background, heritage and influences in urban cultural phenoma like street art, avant-garde fashion, design, music, architecture and graffiti. This commercially independent platform was created by Johann Haehling von Lanzenauer and Dirk Staudinger. In cooperation with international curators, the gallery has...
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19
Jan
2011
The first show at the Showroom MAMA in Rotterdam in 2011 will be a solo exhibition by our friend and hero Abner Preis. Abner Preis tells simple stories with a positive, childlike narrative. The focus of his art and its’ point of departure are rooted in Abner’s aspirations to give one hope in a situation which seems hopeless, the...
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18
Jan
2011
Creative Time has always been committed to privileging artists’ ideas. For the past 35 years, Creative Time has helped artists convert the power of their ideas into works that inspire social change and stimulate public dialogue on timely issues. In 2009 -with the support of the Rockefeller Foundation NYC Cultural Innovation Fund- they launched the Creative Time Global Residency...
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17
Jan
2011
Their main inspiration is the city, the arts, music and skateboarding. Turbokolor is a classic urban style, raised to the rank of fashion. You could call it street style, street wear, or whatever you like. They are not sure which one fits the best, but they are all pretty good. They aim to design comfortable, nice-looking clothes that you...
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