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“The most resistant element is neither cement, nor wood, nor stone, nor steel, nor glass. The most resistant material in construction is art.” Gio Ponti
According to its tradition, Lamborghini’s new flagship bears the name of a bull – naturally, a particularly courageous specimen from the world of the Spanish Corrida.
The two founders of the hotel, Silke Lorenzen and Sarah Vollmer, have lived in Neukolln for more than 7 years. They really grew in love with this beautiful area of Berlin and they very much like to be hosts.
For the campaign "The Empty Chair", Maarten Baas made the symbolic empty chair, to support Amnesty in their fight for freedom of expression.
Day by day we pass by vacant lots downtown. Just like an invisible metastasis generated in the heart of the city and extending to all its arteries. Neighborhoods that, although having a huge potential, have more and more unused spaces ...
Every Spring in the South of France, the ‘International Fashion and Photography Festival’ spotlights young promising artists in the fields of fashion and photography. The festival proposes diverse exhibitions, professional panel discussions and two competitions.
Gabriela Herman, the noted Brooklyn photographer has immortalized a group of bloggers in her latest exhibition, aptly named ‘Bloggers.’ Herman finds the online environment of Blogging a soothing one and an invaluable tool when resourcing information.
Andreas Eberharter, goldsmith and sculptor, founded And-I label in 2001 in which his works have been shown in fashion shows internationally from Tokyo to San Paolo, to Paris and New York.
Check out our short clip of some of the most renowned design companies during last month's design fair. From via Durini for B&B to via Manzoni for Sawaya & Moroni, right down to Via Savona for Cassina and of course a jump next door to via Tortona for none other than Moooi!!
Looking at Music 3.0, the third in a series of exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art exploring the influence of music on contemporary art practices, focuses on New York in the 1980s and 1990s and the birth of “remix culture.”