Instagram’s @design and Brooklyn Museum Announce Recipients of the Inaugural #BlackDesignVisionaries Grant Program
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“Generally we are motivated by an issue that we deem unfair, unreasonable or undiscussed. At the moment the digital recognition and monitoring systems that ‘protect’ our world are irritating us and deserve to be exposed for the racist, sexist and damned right intrusive actions that they take.”
In an industry built around the notion of newness and ‘nowness’, Antoni Burakowski and Alison Roberts, more widely known as the eponymous design duo Antoni & Alison, have maintained a noteworthy staying power in part through their innate ability to rethink what it means to be a fashion designer.
ALMA ZEVI Projects presents Charlap Hyman & Herrero’s debut solo show Ouvrez-moi. Organized by Clara Zevi, it takes the spectators into a parallel mindset.
This Monday was the unveiling of IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck in collaboration with Philip Morris International at Milan Design Week 2019
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? Find out at AMP gallery as it becomes an artist-led cafe
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? AMP gallery have turned into an artist-run-cafe to investigate. 12 artists will deliver holistic edible experiences, designing everything from furniture to butter.
This week art exhibitions include A giant hare, torture, black power, legs, brothers, textiles and dark nudes.
This week’s Top 7 exhibitions to see includes: Virtual reality, plywood, a moving tunnel, war, barrels, memories and darkness.
William Kentridge’s designs for Ornellaia wine raised €140,000 for the upcoming photography centre at the V&A
Sotheby’s and the Italian winery Ornellaia joined again this year for the tenth edition of the Vendemmia d’Artista. The famous winery from Bolgheri called upon William Kentridge to design the labels for this anniversary. The benefit auction raised €140,000 that will be donated to the Victoria & Albert museum.