Anselm Kiefer’s majestic towers formed the backdrop for Tod’s S/S 2023

Why Anselm Kiefer’s majestic concrete towers formed the backdrop for Tod’s latest fashion show Tod’s Creative Director Walter Chiapponi tells Wallpaper* the story behind his Spring 2023 collection, presented amidst Anselm Kiefer’s monumental painting The seven heavenly palaces at the Pirelli Hangar Bicocca in Milan “I’ve always had this strong connection to the world of … Read more

Olafur Eliasson: VR, mirrors and magic at Palazzo Strozzi

Olafur Eliasson saturates Palazzo Strozzi with Renaissance VR, illusion and rationality In Nel Tuo Tempo, a major exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Olafur Eliasson warps the perception of Renaissance architecture through dazzling site-specific installations When Filippo Strozzi was allowed to return to Florence in 1466 after being banished by the rival Medici family, he … Read more

Es Devlin’s spiritual ode to biodiversity at Tate Modern

Approaching from the south, Es Devlin’s new public artwork appears in the Tate Modern Garden as an architectural homage, a monumental model of the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral, just across the Thames from Christopher Wren’s original. In Devlin’s play – titled Come back home, and commissioned by Cartier, the dome was sliced ​​open to … Read more

Interview with Ali Hazelwood: Love in the Brain, Feminist Romance and More

One of the most satisfying current trends in publishing is the STEMinist Love Story – a charming moniker for contemporary romance novels and romantic comedies in which various heroines from diverse, often non-traditional, backgrounds work in STEM fields, breaking down barriers as easily as they could break hearts . These stories aren’t just about women … Read more

30 years later, Singles is better as a snapshot of 1990s grunge than it is as a film

Originally, Nirvana was supposed to contribute a song to it singles Soundtrack, just like their contemporary Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Smashing Pumpkins. However, doesn’t matter exploded, and by then the rights to Nirvana’s music had become prohibitively expensive. Maybe it’s a good thing: The band admitted in an MTV interview that they didn’t really like … Read more

Lethbridge’s Word on the Street Festival returns to celebrate literacy and books – Lethbridge

The Word on the Street Festival celebrated reading for all on Saturday as humans, dogs and Lethbridge star Boots the Goat welcomed the annual in-person event. Boot owners Susan Eymann and Jeff Macdonald said it’s great to see people in the community harnessing the power of books again. “I think it’s important, and what I’m … Read more

An interview with Finnish designer Yrjö Kukkapuro

Dense rows of firs punctuated by frozen lakes and oxblood huts; children in snow boots navigating icy sidewalks; Crystal-tipped grass that crunches underfoot. The journey to Yrjö Kukkapuro’s studio on the outskirts of Helsinki is appropriately Finnish. But once inside, all Nordic clichés end. Rows of chairs with brightly colored legs and graffiti-splattered backs are … Read more

Marie Lueder examines how clothing affects the mind

Marie Lueder’s collections explore how clothing affects the mind “I love exploring how a piece of clothing affects us energetically,” says Hamburg-born designer and Royal College of Art graduate Marie Lueder of her clothes, which she hopes will allow the wearer to express themselves in their to find your way inside Marie Lueder is a … Read more

Can Canadian musicians still afford to tour?

Between the still-raging pandemic and skyrocketing gas prices, the nation’s musicians are struggling to stay on the road Published on August 22, 2022 With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging, so many artists are unable to get their tours off the ground. Matt Peters recalls when his indie-pop band Royal Canoe were just days away from … Read more

Joanna Piotrowska and Formafantasma explore power dynamics

Imprisonment, Interrogation and Power: Joanna Piotrowska and Formafantasma’s “Sub Rosa” A collaborative project by photographer Joanna Piotrowska and design duo Formafantasma, now on display at Arch Athens, transforms ethereal photography into provocative objects inspired by the architecture of interrogation rooms The story of Sub Rosa began in 2015 when Polish photographer Joanna Piotrowska traveled to … Read more