A Prada gift is waiting for you. Prada presents “The Punch”, the third episode of "The Postman Dreams 2" short movie series. Starring Amber Valletta and Elijah Wood. Directed by Autumn de Wilde. The Postman Dreams 2 is part of The Postmans Gifts project for the Holiday Season.
Choreographer Shay Kuebler created a solo dance piece called "Feating on Famine", a critical look at the health and fitness industry inspired by his personal experience. When Kuebler started going to the gym to help recover from some dance-related injuries, he began to notice that gym culture comes with some extremes.
He opens up about his perceptions of the health and fitness industry where men are bombarded with messages to be bigger and stronger (and targeted with products to help them achieve these goals). The unattainable standards can lead to body image issues where pursuit of the pinnacle of advertised male health can actually become damaging.
Explore the brilliance behind Christian Dior’s dramatic creations that revived the Paris haute couture industry after the devastation of the Second World War in ROM’s original exhibition, Christian Dior, presented by Holt Renfrew. Senior Curator, Dr Alexandra Palmer, draws from the ROM’s extensive collection from the first ten years of Christian Dior haute couture, 1947 to 1957, to offer captivating insights into the creative process and mechanics of the fashion industry in Paris during a pivotal time.
Celebrating the House of Christian Dior’s 70th anniversary, Christian Dior features a selection of breathtaking designs from daytime to evening wear for grand occasions and explores how and why Christian Dior’s iconic lines, luxury textiles, and romantic embroideries laid the foundation for the global success of the fashion house.
Christian Dior is on display from November 25,2017 to Sunday, March 18,2018.
The Modigliani VR: The Ochre Atelier reimagines Modigliani's final Parisian studio, where he lived and worked in the final months of his life in 1919 and 1920. A previously undocumented space, the artist's studio has been brought back to life through more than 60 objects, artworks and materials. Almost 100 years since the artist's death, hear the words of those who knew Modigliani best and explore the studio where he is likely to have painted Self-Portrait 1919.
Technology has always played an essential role in art. New innovations give artists the opportunity to create works that would have been impossible to make otherwise. With the evolution of mobile web app development and other digital platforms for creating and viewing art, the possibilities are seemingly endless for how art and tech will continue to intersect.
If the Digital Revolution exhibit at London’s Barbican Centre is any indication, the trend of art embracing tech continues to this day. Last summer, the exhibit showcased works of art made with digital technologies. It served to demonstrate how the latest technology can expand artists’ abilities.
The following are several key works from Digital Revolution that clearly illustrate the marriage between the digital world and the art world.
Five filmmakers respond to Buffy Sainte-Marie's call to "Keep Calm and Decolonize" as Canada marks 150 years of Confederation and offer an alternative vision.From shadow puppets to documentary, these stories explore what a "decolonized" country might look like. Curated by Jesse Wente for CBC Arts
"FLOOD" A young woman, guided by Spider Woman, must overcome colonial history and education to find herself. Michif director and animator Amanda Strong combines puppets and stop motion in this arrestingly beautiful short.
Luxury house Prada is a 2 part short films series titled "The Postman Dreams" for their Holiday Season Promo. "The Bogey" is the first episode. It stars Elijah Wood and Emma Roberts. It's directed by Autumn de Wilde.
The Postman returns and he’s on a mission.
So true, that's the only thing that comes to my mind after listening to this. You know when an art form or music manages to capture all your thoughts. This is one of it for me.
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Japanese artist Re Kono started her art profession after finishing her B.A. in English and American Literature. Her great interest in “The Canterbury Tales” highly influenced her works. Her paintings are often based in middle ages England.
Les Hommes designers duo Tom Notte and Bart Vandebosch mixed Asian influences in their usual polish underworld aesthetics. The hyper-masculinity of the collection was enhanced by muscular casting which became rare this season in Milan.
Side note: I don't know why Menswear Milan fashion week that is known for casting manly models is all of sudden littered by skinny pre-adolescent looking models.
Young South Korean designer Munsoo Kwon know clearly what kind tone and voice he wants to present for his own menswear label after working under the tutelage designers like Rober Geller, Helmut Lang, Thom Browne and Andrew Buckler. The young South Korean showed his men's spring-summer 2018 at Teatro Armani. He's one of the 9 young designers handpicked by Giorgio Armani to show at Teatro Armani.
Released on World Refugee Day, on a limited 7-day release, BAFTA winning short film "Home" by Daniel Mulloy is an important story that follows a comfortable English family as they journey into war-torn lands. It tackles the he dehumanisation of the refugees. It focused on themes of war and migration, that looks to bring the refugee crisis one-step closer to your doorstep. Featuring rising star Jack O’Connell, this intimate, thought-provoking short uses its absurd premise of reversing the refugee journey to make its audience deeply consider the plight of the many migrant families, all over the world, looking for a better life.
**PLEASE NOTE: HOME IS ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE UNTIL 27th JUNE – SO WATCH IT WHILE YOU CAN**
Miuccia Prada presented her men's spring summer 2018 inspired by 50's graphic comics and mixed all the element of iconic male stereotype style of that decade - combining an element of a nerds, the greasers and the preppies.
The first time I heard of CNBLUE was when I was watching a Kdrama called “Heartstring”. The main vocalist Jung Yong-hwa and drummer Min-hyuk were among the lead cast and they did most of the best songs from the show’s soundtrack. Then, I became a fan after watching their live shows in Saitama, Japan (you can still see it on YouTube).
CNBLUE is a South Korean pop rock band formed in 2009. Main vocals and lead guitar- Jung Yong-hwa, guitar and vocals- Lee Jong-hyun, drums- Min-hyuk and bass- Kwon Kang-jin.
Their latest mini-album called “7CN” was released on March 20 of this year.
Teiji Hayama is a Japanese painter and now based in Switzerland. A fashion design graduate who worked with Issey Miyake is now known for his supernaturalism elongated, porcelain skinned females paintings. His paintings combine western and Japanese influences, mixing Greek mythology, Christian art and contemporary Japanese pop culture. The innocence and vulnerability that are often characteristics of Japanese pop arts are juxtaposed with religious and spiritual symbols.
Hayama also wants to show the transition from childhood to adolescence, a physical and mental transitional stage involving social and psychological changes. “I want my portraits to have a psychological charge and the viewer to feel the fragility of this phase of life”. His work depicts young girls evolving physically and mentally evolving into women
French, Saïd M'Roumbaba, better known by his stage name Soprano is a French rapper of Comorian descent. He was a part of the rap group Psy 4 de la Rime.
Saïd was fascinated with American R&B and hip-hop artists such as Michael Jackson and Kris Kross.
He formed a hip-hop crew of his own, with two members from his parents' native Comoros and the fourth from Morocco. He and friends became important players in the years when European hip-hop's foundation. He earned a reputation for a lyrical intuition and insight uncommon in the genre. The quartet named themselves Psy 4 de la Rime (Four Psychiatrists of Rhyme).
Italian artist Willy Verginer works are both combination realism , surrealism and with a touch of whimsy. His wooden sculptures sculptures are carved from solid pieces of lindenwood and often dipped in bold colours and patterns,
Dear Europe is a collaborative video about the upcoming European elections and how lessons gleaned from Brexit and Trump, might relate. The piece was made by artists who call the US and the UK home. Turn on closed captions for French, Dutch and German and Italian!
Here is the latest single and video from Indie rockers Portugal. The Man titled "Feel It Still".
Viewed on YouTube, the video reads as a typical music video ,but when viewed on feelitstill.com the video becomes what the band calls a "#resist toolkit."
You are encouraged to click on various Easter eggs throughout the video, which collect in the toolkit on the screen. When you go to the toolkit, you can click through various eggs to perform various actions such as donating to the ACLU, reading about global warming dislocation, and getting information on how to contact your representatives in Congress.
TORONTO—Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, the first institutional survey exhibition to explore the evolution of the celebrated Japanese artist’s immersive infinity rooms, will embark on the most significant North American tour of her work in nearly two decades. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors provides visitors with the unique opportunity to experience six of Kusama’s most iconic kaleidoscopic environments at once, alongside large-scale, whimsical installations and key paintings, sculptures and works on paper from the early 1950s to the present.
This is a award-winning, beautiful and magical animated short film. It is inspired by Studio Ghibli and Pixar. The fairytale-like storyline, ‘Soar’ explores kindness, hope and perseverance with a glimmer of magic. "Soar" is about a young girl’s encounter with a miniature boy pilot who drops out of the sky on a broken flying machine. Now she must race against time to return him home, before her new friend becomes stranded on Earth forever.
Here's Grammy Award winner Indie Artist Chance the Rapper new song, "Same Drugs". It's from his 2016 Coloring Book project. He premiered the new visual on Facebook Live on Monday. “Same Drugs” describes the relationship between Chance and a girl from his childhood. Realizing that they no longer share the same interests and experiences that they did as children, Chance reflects nostalgically on their shared youth and explores his own feelings of loss around growing up.
Beijing-based artist Wu Jiahui's (Jiahui Wu) sculptures are majority based on girls. She believes as a female artist, she can naturally show more emotional nuances in her creations. Her works reflect the different stages of her growing up. Her works echoes her positive view and experiences in life. The little girl character is the reflection of herself when she was little.
"Beautiful Legend" by Wu Jiahui
"Blossom Tree Waiting For You To Appear" by by Wu Jiahui