Yesterday, we went to see and film Ryan’s new work at the Frieze Art Fair in New York‘s Randall’s island. Above, you can see a couple of the fresh artworks exhibited at the Team Gallery’s welcoming booth.
As I had written earlier in the blog, in the beginnings of March, I was in London working on a very exciting project with Julie Verhoeven for Stedelijk Museum ’s- Hertogenbosch. In May, when Julie’s exhibition opens there, I will be able to share with you the final outcomes of our latest collaboration, but for now, I am posting here a selection of photographs I made while working with her in her colourful studio in South London. This is our process, the preparation and excitement that we put in- it’s the rainbows inside this room, her imaginary details, the references, roots and blossoms of her vision.
Julie’s storyboards are just so inspiring. That’s one of my favourite bits -the fabric body-, soon to be revealed in motion!
One of the best exhibitions I have ever seen. Immersed in light– it’s just a wonderful feeling. For more information on the show click here.
We visited the MET the other day and got really captivated by the sculptures of loving figures as well as the Japanese Art section. Here are just a few works that moved me.
I am very happy to feature here our recent collaboration with Julie Verhoeven for Chloe ! Our video, which celebrates the roundness of “O” , features Goodbye Leopold and is now online on Chloe’s official microsite, as part of Chloe’s ongoing Alphabet project. Celebrating 60 years of elegance, it goes hand in hand with Chloe Attitudes exhibition at Palais de Tokyo, which opened on the 29th of September and will run up until the 18th of November.
Let me introduce you to MAUVESTEAK, a new collaborative project for which I will reveal more this fall ! Stay tuned, it’s thriving of visual treasures, avant-garde art, and the best of fashion that’s shaped 20th century. It’s going to be wild.