The spring 2012 collection of Lisbon-based designer Fernanda Pereira comes with a reflection of the construction process, creating a parallel of ideas between the development of a garden and the learning process and growth of being.
One of the most impressive video installations I have ever seen until now was showcased last night in New York.
The Everchanging Face Of Beauty is a project for W magazine, curated by Solve Sundsbo. What you don't know is that behind this indescribably beautiful work is a Greek artist and retoucher whose creative imput was enormous. His name is Jim Alexandrou and I feel honored to have presviously hosted him in an interview on my blog and of course I am incredibly happy for this new project.
German director/cinematographer Ulrike Ottinger's works are exhibited in the Goethe Institut of Athens since last week. The internationally renowned artist explores the boundaries of human perception and the borders of the world while European culture, ending up altering the boundaries between fiction and ethnographic film.
Visit the Goethe Institute's website for more info about the video projections that are programmed for January and February in terms of this show.
A miniature version of a monogram trunk suspended from an air-balloon wanders through an unknown and ancient world in search of its home. Very well-made video and illustrations for the occasion of the release of the Louis Vuitton air baloon bag charm, inspired by the iconic Monogram canvas created in 1896.