Mary Ellen Bartley – 7 Things Again and Again

Posted by Fabio 2 June 2020

7 Things Again and Again an online exhibition of new still life photographs by Mary Ellen Bartley made each day during the month of April. read more

Nathalie Du Pasquier’s online exhibition

Posted by Fabio 1 June 2020

This exhibition traces the recent evolution of Nathalie Du Pasquier’s singular language of forms, which playfully blurs the borders between painting and model, haptic and optic, representation and the real. read more

citylikeyou: Interview with Matthias Last

Posted by Fabio 26 May 2020

Berlin-based designer, art director and founder of the award-winning Studio Last talked to us about design, creativity, and living and working in Berlin.

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TOM And His Computer – Future Ruins

Posted by Fabio 12 May 2020

Official Music Video for the new TOM And His Computer EP ‘Future Ruins’ out now on In My Room. Written and directed by Martin Garde Abildgaard.

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citylikeyou: Interview with Jessica Yatrofsky

Posted by Fabio 28 April 2020

New York-based photographer, filmmaker and author, Jessica Yatrofsky talked to us about photography, creativity, and living and working in New York.

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Nina Simone – Color Is A Beautiful Thing

Posted by Fabio 9 April 2020

Animation brings “Color Is a Beautiful Thing” to life, off of Nina Simone’s rediscovered album ‘Fodder On My Wings’. Directed by London-based illustrator and animator, Sharon Liu. read more

Zoya Cherkassky: Lost Time

Posted by Fabio 8 April 2020

An exhibition of new drawings by Kiev-born, Tel-Aviv based artist Zoya Cherkassky. This exhibition is the second in Fort Gansevoort’s ongoing online series, SEEING THROUGH YOU. read more

The colourful world of Ashley Longshore

Posted by Fabio 8 April 2020

Sarah Ashley Longshore (popularly known as Ashley Longshore) is a Louisiana-based painter and owner of the Longshore Studio Gallery in New Orleans. Longshore’s art focuses on pop culture, Hollywood glamour, and American consumerism. read more