ACT IV : TASTE & CULTURE
Our Taste is simple: we are easily satisfied with the best. This section is for admireres of highly curated art, architecture, design & photography.
A conversation between Massimo Leardini and Stefan Dotter.
Carlo Scarpa designed the Brion Cementery in Treviso, Italy in 1968.
A talk with Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, an architect that joined Rotterdam's prestigious OMA in 2007
Paolo Giardi is an Italian artist who lives and works in Florence and London. He works across a variety of disciplines producing art that explores the technique of the montage.
Life is just like a passion fruit, it has so many flavors.
Themes of consumerism, obsession, satire and idiocracy crop up across Carly Mark’s body of work - sexual innuendo and not-so-subtle allusions are always present.
We spend our free weekends driving towards the center of the state. The region became less of a geographical point, and more of a symbol of total chaos and total freedom.
Located on the fringe of Barcelona, WALDEN 7 is a manifestation of Ricardo Bofill’s utopian vision of social living.
IGO Studio is deeply connected to street morals and seek to affect minds through nonsense of the result. It tries to enhance human flaws turning it into great ideas.
This season the Swedish design family, brings with them a new selection of handcrafted hats, all created in the rural Småland countryside.
TAKE FESTIVAL 2017:
The Hidden Fashion Library
26th – 29th of April 2017
Tom Jean Webb. Born in 1982. Lives and works in London, UK. His work started off as an interest in aesthetics of social movements.
This project is the result of a trip to Paris. My whole interest was bound to an article I read on utopian architecture.
There is no room for calmness in our accelerating lives these days.
In „Inner World” Joao Garcia Miguel intended to chart out that which navigates against the common.
Robert Stieghorst’s timeless approach on social subjects, using mostly old collage material, is now more important than it has ever been before.
Religion, politics, work and sexual diversity – themes seen through the lenses of our aesthetics. The audience is free to read our visual journey as they wish.
THE CARHARTT WIP ARCHIVES presents itself as a diverse visual voyage. Less conceived as a complete survey on the brand’s history, but rather as a celebratory, transatlantic stroll along some of its most formative moments.
Magali Delion’s Insta Art is a life choice far off the digital sphere. Call them modern still lifes, call them food-sculptures.
Describing Kremer’s work one could say „distorted and disfigured images, massacre of previously totally realistic pictures now looking a bit grotesque” - but in such a humorous way you just want to high-five him.
We all know about the revolution of the 60’s and we are familiar with terms like „youth activism”, „student protests” and „children of the revolution” - but are these phrases of the past?
Playful, imaginative and experimental are adjectives that perfectly fit to the work of Pola Esther, a photographic artist who was originally born and raised in Lodz, Poland.
Liza Mandelup is a Brooklyn based photographer, studying for an MFA at the School of Visual Arts and has just released her first self-published book „Give Yourself to the Sea”.
Photographer Stefan Dotter takes us on a romantic journey through Riccardo Tisci’s world for Autumn/Winter 2015/16 in an exclusive spread for Whitelies Magazine.
With industrial music crackling somewhere in the back of his mind, on his table a rare copy of a „Coup de Grace” zine from the 1980’s, Salvatore Caputo found the mood for the selection of images on these here pages.