Category : Exposition

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Dillon Marsh: For What It’s Worth

Cape City-based photographer Dillon Marsh is understood for his committed work that highlights the impression of man on his setting. Dillon has travelled across South Africa to photograph the influence of mining actions on nature. Mixing p...

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Patty Carroll: Portraits of Domestic Life

Patty Carroll’s first solo exhibition at Gallery XII in Los Angeles. Shiny colours and pastels of a modern cleaning soap opera – white, pink, orange, yellow – or black bodies of decomposed fashions, faces disappearing underneath accumulati...

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Elizaveta Porodina : Dreaming in color

An internationally renowned trend photographer, Elizaveta Porodina is especially dazzling in her mastery of images. Neon colors, silhouettes drawn as if with the tip of a pencil, reflections, brilliance or transparencies creating a singula...

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TODD HIDO 

“The black sun of melancholy”1 Desolate landscapes, sad, nervous faces, golds rising from gray dawns or black twilights… Todd Hido’s new pictures are imbued with melancholy. Bare timber struggling in the mist, fa...

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Mulhouse Biennial: Cosmic and Photographic Magic

The cosmos, also known as the cradle of humanity as a lot as its vacation spot, doesn't escape the gaze of photographers, and that is what the Mulhouse Biennial of Images is highlighting this yr via its title, “Corps Céleste.”...

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On vacation, learn to cook locally

Epicureans know that gastronomy contributes to the success of a visit. However beyond the tasting on the desk, why not put your hand to the wheel? In Bali, Saint-Tropez and Puglia, three inns supply top quality cooking courses. In Bali, at the Am...

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THE NOBEL COLLECTION

And Now The Good News Surprising, hanging, disturbing, clever – and eminently plastic … the works within the Annette and Peter Nobel assortment, which we discovered on the Pera Museum in Istanbul, hit the nail on the top. What have they got in wi...

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Bala: the fitness spot with style

This new sports model reinterprets its gear in big versions in its first colorful shop within the heart of SoHo in New York. «Good things come to those that sweat» is the credo of Bala, whose inventory has been hovering since its inception in 201...

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Lemaire takes up residence on the Place des Vosges

Launched in 1995, the Lemaire home has by no means ceased to attract the contours of a posh Parisian wardrobe. Refined yet designed for everyday wear, it has explored an entire palette of impartial, organic, and matte shades without boring us. Initi...

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GLAMPING IN THE DESERT

Have you ever heard of glamping? A contraction of glamour and tenting, this tourism development combines the posh of lovely accommodation with the freedom of camping in the open air. The trademark of Magic Camps, glamping is now be...

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Philippe Decrauzat 

When art turns into hypnotic Philippe Decrauzat is an artist working in Lausanne and Paris. He exploits the sector of abstraction with the ambition of pushing notion beyond the bounds of the image to create a spatial presence. By manipulating...

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A Maharajah-like break at Six Senses, Barwara  

Last yr, the Six Senses group opened its very first tackle in India. A real haven of peace nestled in a former fort close to a national park. It took ten years for this chic fort, belonging to the royal household of Rajasthan, to be rew...