Trashing Clothing, an LGBT Ready-to-Wear Palestinian fashion brand was founded with a unique fusion of political satire, provocativeness, kitsch culture, and wit.
Apollo and Dionysus are Lovers is a queer reimagining of the two dichotomic gods of order and chaos, of man’s endless search for perfection against the backdrop of nature’s perpetual chaos, rebellion, and ecstasy.
Dior has been holding its Photography and Visual Arts Awards for Young Talents for the last five years. In partnership with LUMA Arles and ENSP, the project seeks to identify the most exciting emerging image-makers around the world, many of whom are hand-picked from the finest international art schools.
Iranian-born New York City resident Shirin Neshat is a visual artist best recognized for her work in photography, and film. Prior to the Iranian Islamic Revolution in 1974, Neshat traveled to Los Angeles to pursue her art studies.
In March 2020, Marie Déhé moved to London with her partner and 15-month-old daughter. Despite the intimacy of her practice, Dehé had been yearning for the connections she made through art.
The female gaze is thriving in visual culture, with female photographers increasingly challenging the male-constructed vantages that have defined womanhood throughout history.
At the beginning of last year, Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler made the most of the relaxation of restrictions across Europe traveling down to Naples to see friends – a trip that would coincidentally set the scene for their SS22 campaign against “collapsing 16th-century houses, fishing boats, and vibrant locals.”