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Christopher Boffoli is a Seattle-based photographer, writer, artist and filmmaker. His exhibitions have recently caught many art lovers’ attention. This series of fine art photographs is our absolute favourite. If you’re in Seattle you can see his recent work at ArtsWest Gallery.
Between 1930 and 1980, the greatest photographers of the time including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Dora Maar and Irving Penn came to London to discover the city. Some were inspired by the “Great Britishness” and documented the royalty, red buses and bowler hats; whereas some took interest in the urban poor, surviving life in the city. But they all reflected their uniqueness in their photography. These photographs are now available to view at the Tate Britain until the 16th September 2012.
The amazing “One Hundred Dollars” exhibition that unfortunately ended last week, before we had a chance to see it or post about it…
“It’s not often you can slip someone a single dollar bill and get something awesome in return. But see what happens if you give a one-dollar note to 100 New York artists.”
Annual summer show of student work at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. It’s one of the world’s biggest architecture degree shows, where over 450 students exhibit their drawings, models, animations, installations, etc in UCL Slade Gallery, at the legendary Main Quadrang in London. Vice Dean of Communications explained: “When you visit the show, you will see things that look fantastical but actually have very strong themes in them relating to how people live, the kind of offices they will work in and the kind of parks children will play in. It offers a very clear insight into the way our city will look in the near future.”The exhibition is open to public now, until Saturday 30th June; definitely worth having a look!
The opening exhibition of young artists, Alex and Marine. The exhibition was in 104 , in Paris last Friday.
To learn more about Alex and Marine click here.
All photographs taken by Nora Zemmouri
Istanbul International Arts & Culture festival.
Such a wonderful weekend full of inspiration!
DAY 2: Andrew Dominik-Alphan Eseli, Zoe Cassavetes-Jefferson Hack, Nate Lowman-Pınar Yolaçan, Robin Rhode, Mario Sorrenti-Cecilia Dean, Carine Roitfeld ( location : Vakko Fashion Center )
To watch the video please click HERE
CARINE ROITFELD ”IRREVERENT” book signing at the VİTALI HAKKO Creative Industries Library
The event continued with The Festival Gala After party at The boom boom room (Esma Sultan Yalısı)
DAY 3: Mark Romanek-Ilker Canikligil, Ferzan Özpetek-Pelin Batu, Aaron Young&Chiara Clemente,Ayşe Kulin-Barbaros Altuğ (location : Tophane-i Amire)
Save the date people!
Remember this post? It’s that time of the year again . ISTANBUL’74 in collaboration with Visionaire will host the third edition of the prestigious ‘Istanbul International Arts & Culture Festival’ between 25-27 May 2012. To learn more click here.
Jefferson Hack (Editor, Publisher of Dazed & Confused, Another), Mario Sorrenti (Fashion Photographer) Mark Romanek(Director), Nate Lowman(Contemporary Artist), Pınar Yolaçan(Artist), Riccardo Tisci (Fashion Designer), Robin Rhode (Artist), Tuluğ Tırpan (Pianist), Zoe Cassavetes(Screen Writer, Director, Actress), Aaron Young (Artist), Andrew Dominik(Film Director, Screen Writer), Ayşe Kulin(Novelist), Carine Roitfeld (Fashion Editor), Cecilia Dean( Co-Founder of Visionaire), Charlie Siem (Violinist), Emre Arolat (Architect), Ferzan Özpetek (Director) are all among the guests.
The Istanbul International Arts and Culture Festival is a fascinating and unique cultural summit bringing together some of the world’s most talented writers, designers, editors, actors, poets, filmmakers, dancers and musicians to the city of Istanbul. The high profile, free and open for the public festival offers a cultural exchange program between countries and various creative formats including fashion, film, music, art, design architecture and performing arts. The official Istanbul International Arts and Culture Festival is committed to creating a dynamic arts diplomacy programme in the world and forging greater cultural relations between Turkey and the international artistic community.
That’s an event you shouldn’t miss if you live in Turkey ( or not! ) See you there!