In a time in which technology is changing the way art is made and experienced, Danish artist René Holm defends the unicity of oil painting.
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Victoria Andrejeva expands Cherevichkiotvichki to menswear while recreating a map of ordinary Eastern European life over a span of 100 years.
Tatsuro Horikawa translates into clothing William Gibson’s “Neuromancer” tech dystopian atmospheres.
The photographer captures the spirit of raw purity inspired by Normandy shores.
Thom Browne turns dresscodes of social conformity into exquisite examples of avant garde fashion.
This year the biennial art meditates on the unpredictable power of avalanche and on the uncanny excitment of the uknown.
The Swiss photography duo Moos-Tang captures Moa in scenes of ordinary madness.
To anticipate the launch of his menswear brand, Sun Yun created a special installation on display at Ryodan showroom.
A.I. Artisanal Intelligence brings back to Altaroma the emotional memories that fill this special setting with an exhibition that pays homage to craftsmanship.
Ilaria Taschini captures Jordan and Annabel in a moment of quiet yet tender interaction.
Haider Ackermann tribe of bohemian punks rocks the night wihout feeling the heaviness of the world.
Giuseppe Penone bring a fragile element to the monumental Squared Colosseum, built by Mussolini during Fascism and now HQ of Fendi.
Sara Mautone captures Alice Gilbert in a David Lynch-inspired story.
Rafaël Y. Herman whimsically captures the Holy Land
A meditation on black spirituality.
A retrospective on the Los Angeles-born artist.
A minimalistic oasis in the heart of Tel Aviv.
Jonathan Anderson infuses psychedelic dreams into British knitwear tradition.
Take an object / Do something to it /Do something else to it.
Isa Arfen celebrates ordinary life with a teatrical performance.
We went hunting for wild oysters in the Wadden Sea.
A story in two acts realized for Ink Hong Kong
Kubeflex in West Denmark represent one of the most pioneering examples of Arne Jacobsen’s architecture.
Up-and coming Sydney-based menswear brand Shhorn gets in touch with men’s most tender side.
A unique tour of Paolo Soleri’s former residence and visionary workshop.
Le Paradox Agency presents the works of up-and-coming designers and artists.
Aaricia Varanda captures the tribal magic of the Chilean jewelry brand.
Samuel Drira gives new edge to basic wear by layering up for Summer.
We interviewed the Barcelona-based designer in occasion of the launch of his first fragrance at Project,314 in Moscow.
Asciari Milano Spring / Summer 2017 comes to life in a wonder world.