BETTINA into a timeless fashion house

Bettina, effortless chic, made in Kosovo. Fashion designer & stylist What sparked your interest in fashion?My interest in fashion began early in my life.My mother was a Fashionable person and introduced me to this field when I was a child. I can remember playing computer games where I would run…

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Unseen portraits of David Bowie by Masayoshi Sukita

A new show and monograph reflect on the career of Japanese photographer Masayoshi Sukita, known for iconic portraits of rock music royalty, from David Bowie to Iggy Pop and Jimi Hendrix. Photographer Masayoshi Sukita first met David Bowie in London, 1972. Drawn to the rapidly evolving countercultures in the West,…

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Pritzker Prize winning German architect Gottfried Böhm (1920-2021)

Pritzker Prize winning German architect Gottfried Böhm (1920-2021) passed away on 9 June 2021 at the age of 101. Here, we revisit a story from the Utopian Magazine archives, celebrating the geometric shapes of his 1968 Pilgrimage Church near Koln Architecture is one of those professions that can often become a family affair. Gottfried Böhm…

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Apple converts 20s Los Angeles theatre into the 2020s

Apple Tower Theater in downtown Los Angeles brings the roaring 20s into the 2020s Apple has raised the curtain on its new LA flagship, Apple Tower Theater. Open from Thursday (24 June 2021), the historic art deco theatre has been painstakingly renovated into a creative hub for the 21st century, that echoes…

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Yourta yurts a way of life

Yourta yurts are handcrafted in Kyrgyzstan and offer an innovative outdoor event space, private retreat, or alternative camping accommodation. Yourta is a new brand of handmade yurts that blends centuries of craft tradition with contemporary design for a unique, portable sanctuary that can be used as an at-home retreat or innovative…

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Yohan Terraza, ballet opera national bordeaux

Yohan Terraza was born in 1980 in Bordeaux, France. Soon attracted by drawing from childhood, he starts studying in art school before being a graphic designer. He will gradually leave this job from 2007 to become a wedding photographer specialized in Fine Art wedding photography. Always attracted by the Great…

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Helwaser Gallery present Christina Kruse: Plasterheads

Helwaser Gallery is pleased to present the second solo exhibition of new works by artist Christina Kruse (b. 1976, Germany).  Christina Kruse : Plasterheads will be on view from May 19th through August 28, 2021 at the gallery’s Madison Avenue space, and will introduce the artist’s latest sculpture works. Over the…

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David Luraschi Ensemble is a gradual, sensual to human intimacy

In his hypnotic new book, Ensemble, photographer David Luraschi explores human intimacy and untamed nature  David Luraschi’s  Ensemble is a gradual, sensual yet tender series in which bodies mingle, fuse, and eventually are absorbed by the landscape that surrounds them. Luraschi evokes the spirit of the windswept Provençal wetlands of the Camargue: Europe’s…

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