Caroline Denervaud 1st Personal Exhibition in France

Posted by Fabio 11 April 2019

La Galerie Double V presents the 1st personal exhibition in France by Swiss artist, Caroline Denervaud. Curated by Emmanuelle Oddo.

Caroline Denervaud
La Galerie Double V, Marseille
Until May 19, 2019

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Posted by Fabio 10 April 2019

Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. The exhibition tells the story of Stanley Kubrick the obsessive genius, exploring his unique command of the creative design process of film making, from storyteller to director to editor. read more

Tara Deacon

Posted by Fabio 10 April 2019

Tara Deacon is a South African Illustrator living and working in Berlin. Her paintings reflect a nostalgic mix of memory, place and daily life reflections. Her work often explores themes from her place of birth, images populated by the fruits, plants, characters and light of her homeland. read more

Boi – Jorge M. Fontana’s directorial film debut

Posted by Fabio 5 April 2019

Boi is the Outstanding directorial debut by Spanish film director Jorge M. Fontana. Boi is the story of a young man who starts as a private driver, while waiting with nervousness the decision that his girlfriend has taken on a matter that can change their lives. read more

citylikeyou: Interview with Carolin Wanitzek

Posted by Fabio 4 April 2019

Mannheim based independent scenographer and set designer Carolin Wanitzek spoke to us about design, creativity, and living and working in Mannheim. Plus a selection of her favourite places.

Read full interview here

Li, Inc.

Posted by Fabio 3 April 2019

Li, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary design and art direction studio that develops brand and visual strategies for some of the leading references within the fashion, beauty and art industries. read more

Clara Rubin

Posted by Fabio 2 April 2019

Beautiful gouache on paper illustrations by independent artist and illustrator, Clara Rubin. read more

Joan Cornellà: I’m Good Thanks

Posted by Fabio 1 April 2019

Renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà returns to London with a series of new works, inviting us to once again peer into his dystopic vision of contemporary life. Having amassed over 7 million followers on social media, Cornellà has achieved global acclaim through his instantly recognisable mix of pitch-black humour and deeply unsettling imagery. read more