Author Archive for NOOVO

TEO+NG: FALLING IN LOVE WITH LEATHER

Inspired primarily by saddlery and the medieval world, combined with an intricate conception, TEO+NG strive to build a brand of spiritual adventure and research a balance between sophisticated structure and comfort of use. TEO+NG was established by Japanese designers Eloïse…

FOTO DOC’ COLLECTION

From war photography to social satire, artists re-think their take on documentary photography. It is a pioneering genre, which has slowly found its legitimate place on the art market thanks to the support of galleries and collectors who have recognised…

BRO.OCH

Featuring brooches by; Melissa Cameron, Marian Hosking, Nick Bastin, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Kath Inglis, Johannes Kuhnen, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Julie Blyfield, Eugenie Keefer Bell, Inari Kiuru, Janice Vitkovsky, Jo Hawley, Jasmine Watson, Larah Nott, Laura Eyles, Zoe Brand and the Trophy Wife Barbie…

“ANA MENDIETA, COVERED IN TIME AND HISTORY”

Blood, fire, earth, water and her own body – Ana Mendieta’s poetic and striking works from the 1970s and 1980s are a delicate balancing act between vulnerability and strength. Bildmuseet presents her captivating oeuvre through 21 films as well as…

“THE COSTUME DESIGNER: EDITH HEAD AND HOLLYWOOD”

A large slice of Hollywood history will arrive in Bendigo in September with an exhibition honouring the life and work of multiple Academy Award-winning costume designer Edith Head. Edith Head is considered the most significant costume designer in the history of…

“JACQUEMUS—IMAGES” AT MUCEM

Simon Porte Jacquemus loves blue and white, stripes, the sun, fruit, curves, life, the 1980s and Marseille. Just 27 years old, this “Made in Provence” designer is bringing a breath of light, fresh air into the world of Parisian fashion.…

“THE FAULT”  GRÉGOIRE ELOY

Over 250 millions years old, Balmuccia’fault is the fossilized scar left by an earthquake whose magnitude was superior to 6 on the Richter scale. In 2015, Grégoire Eloy accompanied geophysicits from the Ecole Normal Superieur on a field trip to…

LYNN KELLY, “FLORILEGIUM”

In medieval Latin a florilegium (plural florilegia) was a compilation of excerpts of selected writings. The word is from the Latin flos (flower) and legere (to gather): literally a gathering of flowers. In this latest exhibition of her work Lynn…