Elisa Nalin styled french pop duo Josephine and Alexandre De La Baume aka Singtank for the cover of their new album In Wonder. Below you can have a look to their latest video directed by AB/CD/CD!
Björk is releasing a DVD collecting her performances on the BBC’s late-night TV program “Later With Jools Holland” since 1995. Available on June 18, the updated version (the first was released in 2003) features an additional six performances from Björk’s last two appearances on the show.
The World Before Her, directed by Nisha Pahuja wins best documentary feature at Tribeca Film Festival. Young, beautiful, and ambitious, Ankita and Ruhi compete in the Miss India pageant for the chance at a career in the beauty industry, one of the few opportunities for women to find success and empowerment in contemporary India. On the opposite end of the spectrum from Miss India is Durga Vahini, the women’s wing of the Hindu fundamentalist movement. Filming for the first time within a Durga Vahini camp, director Nisha Pahuja offsets the pageant narrative with that of camp leader Prachi, a fiery and compelling figure expressing a very different voice in the debate over women’s issues.
Anna Bichevskaya, is a start up manager living in Moscow since 2002. She graduated at the Kaliningrad State Technical University. Her constant search of herself lead her to try a lot of professional areas – from the election campaigns and rebranding of Railways, to gourmet markets and reconstruction of Gorky Park. On December 1st 2011 together with her team she’s launched their own project for advanced travelers named Iknow.travel – a social platform for sharing experiences and stories of travel and a ticket service.
Kate Singleton is art blogger based in Brooklyn who left the corporate strategy world behind to merge two passions: discovering new art and exposing people to creativity. Maybe you know her as the founder of Arthound a blog with the purpose of bringing visibility to under-the-radar art. Alongside this fantastic blog Kate created Buy Some Damn Art whose mission is making original and affordable work by up-and-coming artists available to a new generation of art buyers. Kate cultivates her relationships with artists and carefully selects participants who have both real talent and compelling stories. Each show features the artist’s most recent work – in most cases the artwork has been created under Kate’s guidance specifically for Buy Some Damn Art. Shows launch every Tuesday and remain online for a total of six weeks. Follow the link below to see what’s in store!
Lhasa de Sela, was an American-born singer-songwriter who was raised in Mexico and the United States, she divided her adult life between Canada and France where she joined her sisters in a French circus troupe. Her activity (three albums and one book documenting her life on the road) spans from 1997 to 2009 when she was diagnosed with cancer. She endured severe treatments but these did not halt the illness. She died on New Year’s Day 2010 at 37. A memorial program of her music was put together in January this year, performed in Montreal by artists who had worked with her.
Nicola is London based artist with strong Yorkshire roots. Her works lie somewhere between installations and set design dealing with stark contrasts and using countless materials: top hats, ripped up floorboards, birds, shirts, doilies, paper. She’s worked for editorial projects as well on magazines such as British Vogue, Creative Review, Wallpaper, New York Times Magazine, Livraison. Nicola recently had her first solo show at The Wyer gallery in London presenting the installation in waiting. Find out more after the break!