Day: June 14, 2022

This is Front of House™: Primavera Sound feat sivasdescalzo

Primavera Audio and sivasdescalzo join forces to layout Front of House™, a brand that highlights all the effort and hard work and dedication powering inventive creation. Entrance of House™ is born to rejoice and pay back tribute to all those figures who are element of the invisible approach of excellent generation, these who perform to make it come about and fulfill all expectations. An vital method in the environment of artwork, music and vogue, and anything that both of those Primavera Seem and sivasdescalzo know correctly, as the two makes price each element of their innovative approach and spend in talent, and innovation and enthusiasm in all features of their manufacturing.

With this collaboration, the recognizable Front of Home of tunes festivals results in being a image for all those people who value and advertise the perform that goes on backstage to generate art.

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The Lies We Need – KALTBLUT Magazine

A KALTBLUT exceptional. Images, Artwork Route, Styling and Manner Structure by Fernando Jiménez Fierro. The camera operator is Patrick Hubbard. Make-Up by Sonia Rapin and Vanessa de Sousa.

Images, Art Path, Styling and Manner Design by Fernando Jiménez Fierro / Instagram: @ferjimfier
Camera Operator: Patrick Hubbard / Instagram: @_patrickhubbard_

Models are
Lucas / Instagram: @lucalment
Lennan / Instagram: @lennandaniel
Jonah / Instagram: @jonahzedwalter
Signed at Caramba Mambo & Boyz / Instagram: @caramba_mambo_and_boyz

Make Up by
Sonia Rapin / Instagram: @soniarapin.mua
Vanessa de Sousa / Instagram: @vanessads_makeup

About Fernando Jiménez Fierro

“My work flows by graphic-producing and sustainable design. The foreseeable future evokes me as much as social and sustainable affairs. This will generally be shown in my perform by road images or in editorials and styles with a solid influence on what is occurring out there on the streets, the manifestations,

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Zehra Jumabhoy on Lubaina Himid

As you step off the elevator into this much-anticipated solo show by Lubaina Himid, who won the 2017 Turner Prize, a medley of colorful flags wave as if in welcome. Yellow, blue, and oxblood red, they are emblazoned with messages such as there could be an endless ocean and why are you looking. These seven double-sided banners, which comprise the installation How Do You Spell Change, 2018, resemble kanga, a type of cloth worn especially by women in East Africa. Symbolizing fashion and freedom, kanga in the 1880s became identified with Swahili culture and burgeoning national pride. Yet kanga, as we know it, is a hybrid: Swahili, Arab, Indian, and European merchants all contributed to its motifs. Perhaps Himid’s use of such fabrics salute her own mixed heritage: Born in Zanzibar to an English mother and an African father, she moved to Britain as a baby. If

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