Amazing news to kick off the weekend.. On Saturday, 22 June, we’re celebrating the launch of PLATEA Magazine’s 2nd edition. Where? At Openhouse of Hrvst in Munich. In celebration of the launch of our 2nd edition, the launch event will feature music by: DJ Hell (International Deejay Gigolo Rec.) Maxâge | Fabian Kranz | Cosmo The Camel (IWW, Munich) and Live-Visuals by: Chris Faber X Platea DOORS: 10PM (10 EUR) Stop
Design lovers have always been on the lookout for displays of iconic pieces within art museums as at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam or design museums such as the Designmuseo in Helsinki or the Triennale in Milan. In London, design has been associated with the Design Museum in Shad Thames near London Bridge, and with its co-founder Sir Terence Conran, since 1989. On November 24th, London’s Design Museum will enter a new phase
Berlin-based artist Daniel Harms represents the polar opposite of normality in the contemporary art scene. Self taught artist Harms worked himself up in less than 6 years, starred in 4 solo exhibitions and began to sell his paintings for up to 20’000 euros a work. The creation of vivacious, dynamic, large scale works was never planed in the life of Daniel Harms. Following a serious accident, the artist coincidentally turned to painting.
If you want the perfect soundtrack to your summer sunsets, look no further than Lions Head. The easy-going, road trip pop of New Yorker singer-songwriter Ignacio (Iggy) Uriarte is uplifting and spontaneous like his interpreter. His first single ‘Begging’, released in 2015, was a success: two million Spotify streams, Top 60 in the German charts and over one million video plays. It was followed by a tour with Joris and
San Francisco is associated with a vibrant lifestyle, diversity of cultures, open minded community and vivid arts. This week, the 1989 founded School of Fashion at Academy of Arts University proofed the city can easily step into being an important fashion hub for the next generation of designers searching for their new ways of creating zeitgeist-relevant fashion. This year’ graduate show presented the variety of ideas and concepts the world
Looking at Anissa Tijani’s photography is like being warped into a different dimension. A place where reality is the protagonist, yet is seen from an entirely poetical angle. All components harmonize in what is essentially a lyrical process, unique in each picture; a difficult objective to achieve. ‘Street photography is like street poetry,’ explains Tijani. ‘As realistic as it is, street photography is subtler than we think, especially when it
In Germany, the largest consumer market in Europe, up to 2000 fashion design graduates are annually finishing their studies. A few of them start with their own label and enjoy their success successful at the local market, such as the creative duo WE.RE Theresa Reiter and Katarina Weber, both graduates from the AMD Academy of Fashion and Design. Others go abroad, continue their studies or take a junior position in
During his go-sees, fashion photographer Thomas Sing started asking the models questions. What emerged was a very personal project for which he has created a website. And is already planning a book. In many artistic careers there is a turning point, a moment in which the artist takes the leap and decides to explore a different path in the everlasting quest to represent reality. Photographer Thomas Sing could have
Winner of the prestigious Turner Prize in 2012, British artist Elizabeth Price has created a totally immersive fifteen-minutes video for the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford after winning the Contemporary Art Society Award in 2013. On display at the Ashmolean museum until May 15, the digital artwork ‘A Restoration’ will then enter its permanent collections. It took the artist two years of intense work to complete a video installation that combines
Sascha Arnold, Niels Jäger and Steffen Werner are three friends and business associates who are known for their “Typ-E” parties, pop-up nightclub “ZKV”, Edmoses music club and Bob Beaman Music Club.