The latest collection by Belgrade-based fashion designer Flora Goticcelli.
Imperial and futuristic, casual and hip, consistent yet diverse, imaginative and elegant.
… It’s all there.
See even more designs on Flora’s Fb page.
[photography by Djordje Tomic FotonImages]
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‘ […] Ione Rucquoi’s visceral portraits capture a world of lost innocence and sexual awakening, exploring the disowned, unconscious aspects of the self and highlighting the primal instincts of the human character and the beast within. Rucquoi’s affinity with Jung’s psychological concept of ‘The Shadow’ allows her to move effortlessly among the symbolic and darker characteristics of the psyche […] ‘
Work of British artist Ione Rucquoi comes to WWT via Accidolate.
Impressive sculptures by artist Kris Kuksi, made mostly of recycled mechanical parts and toys.
Eros at Play
Eros at Play detail
The New Divinity
The New Divinity detail
“A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to form his landscapes.
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”White coffin” sculpture, made of condensed garments by artist Naoko Yoshimoto
“Pursuit” life -size figure made of white trash bags, by sculptor Khalil Chishtee
via little bird
paintings from artist Monica Cook
“In my work I portray what larger women represent to me. I focus on their fullness and femininity, as a form of protest against discrimination set by media and by today’s society. What larger women embody to me is simply a different form of beauty. I believe we own ‘freedom of taste’ and one shouldn’t be reluctant of expressing his inclination towards it. Limiting this freedom is living in a dictatorship of esthetics ”
… more from Yossi and critics on Full Beauty website
This is a re-enactment of a performance that was made in order to challenge the limits of the space and the body. What would happen if we alter one factor from a daily mundane activity like walking? Would walking be perceived the same if we bring the floor on the wall? Trisha Brown’s dance “Walking on the Wall” (1971) is performed daily in Barbican gallery as part of the Laurie Anderson, Trisha Brown, Gordon Matta-Clark: Pioneers of the Downtown Scene, New York 1970s exhibition that ends today.
For more information watch The Guardian’s audio slideshow about the three gravity-defying and ground-breaking dance pieces taking place in the exhibition here and the BBC News video about New York 1970s downtown scene recreated here
oil paintings from the series ‘A Head for Fashion’ by artist Anna Halldin-Maule
Spec ad on Microsoft’s Zune-arts-net by directing duo Sibling Rivalry (SR)