Design solutions… Made in Paris

Interview by Stephan Blanc Jules and Pierre are two young furniture designers from Paris.  They create modern, easy-to-assemble design pieces that answer the dilemmas we are confronted in our current society: lack of space, money and time. 1/ How important is it for you to surround yourself with beauty? Jules: Both of my parents are…

Berlin Summer 2015

Warschauer Bridge – Friedrichshain. The Berlin Wall – East Side Gallery. Friedrichshain. Local Bas-relief – Mitte. Kreuzberg. Berlin Cathedral – Mitte. Church & Alexander Platz Tower. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the Bahnhoff Zoo – West Berlin. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Bar on the docks – Museum Island. Friedrichshain Skate Park. Friedrichshain Skate Park. Night…

UAU – Urban Art Utopia @ Galleria Ca’ D’Oro, Rome

On view until April 26th 2015 a cool group exhibition featuring street and visual artists Solo, Diavu’ and Maupal. On view, superheroes living in times of crisis, a super Pope, a Merkel-centric Europe and other unexpected representations of socio-political current issues, addressed with irony, wit and a touch of utopian thinking. If you are in…

Music on the Go! Episode IV with Bedouin

Interview by Virginia Villari DJs travel a lot. They are probably the people who travel most frequently, sometimes even twice in one night. In fact, they often play in a location and 4 hours later in a total different country. We are used to see them in the “god-is-a-dj” mode at clubs and festivals, before…

A Weekend in Merida

By Virginia Villari Merida is the capital of the Yucatan Peninsula. This beautiful colonial city counts nearly 1 million people and it’s the 12th most populated city in Mexico. Apparently it is also the safest city in the country. Merida can be considered the epicenter of the Yucatecan pride. In fact, the people from the…

Music on the Go! Episode III with Thugfucker

Interview by Emilie McGlone (Parties4Peace) DJs travel a lot. They are probably the people who travel most frequently, sometimes even twice in one night. In fact, they often play in a location and 4 hours later in a total different country.  We are used to see them in the “god-is-a-dj” mode at clubs and festivals, before…

Josana Blue’s Brooklyn Wonderland

By Virginia Villari Josana is one of the most versatile artists I’ve met. Like a real Newyorker she masters the art of multi-tasking, managing to be a painter, a fashion and costume designer as well as making decorations and props for sets and events. Her Brooklyn studio has a “cabinet of curiosities” sort of feeling,…

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 – Creamhotel top 10

1 Li Hongbo, Flexible Paper Bust, Klein Sun Gallery at Art Miami 2 Andrea Stanislav, Dispersion Series, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Art Miami  3 Niloufar Banisadr, Acte Manque’, Galerie 55Bellechasse, Scope Art Fair 4 Marck, Video Sculpture, Licht Feld Gallery, Context Miami 5 Vicki Da Silva, Dude Descending a Staircase, Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art, Scope Art…

Murakami Has Gone Wicked and I Loved it!

By Virginia Villari Takashi Murakami’s solo show at Gagosian Gallery blew my mind. Mostly because I was not expecting what I saw. The artist’s well known candy world of joyful characters gave way to a multi-layered unsettling universe populated by spirits, demons and otherworldly creatures. “In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail…

Music on the Go! Episode II with Alexi Delano

Interview by Amanda Ferrario DJs travel a lot. They are probably the people who travel most frequently, sometimes even twice in one night. In fact, they often play in a location and 4 hours later in a total different country.  We are used to see them in the “god-is-a-dj” mode at clubs and festivals, before…