Reminds me of Chiharu Shiota's artworks. HELLO, SHIBUYA TOKYO is on from now till 10 March. Plaza Singapura Atrium Sun- Thurs 11:00-21:30 Fri- Sat 11:00-22:00 X Alex (Images by self)

Issue 44: December/January History In Context: Zarina Bhimji The first major survey of three decades of Zarina Bhimji's highly emotive work, and the premiere of her new film, Yellow Patch, opens at Whitechapel Gallery, London in January. Buy the issue, or download the article...

The spring season portrayed the classy lady in dresses detailed with patterns that seem to be traveling through a colorful maze, the sophisticated working class woman relaxed in camel colored pieces, and the elegant woman drawing fascination upon upper class men in her candy wrapper silk...

Berlin-based Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota's trapping of the Gucci Herbarium print in the form of toile de jouy covered bed and matching accessories is a mind bending maze of luminous red thread. It's as if a game of cat's cradle has been enlarged and engulfs anything that comes into its...

And one of the most exciting art piece is by Chiharu Shiota, an expansive work of keys and red yarn in the Biennale's Japenese pavilion. It's a red web, with over 50,000 keys that were collected from the general public that hang over two rustic boats. Shiota explained his concept, "keys are...

Lenya Jones, an Australian based stylist creates a unique aesthetic drawing from her New York heritage and time spent working in Paris. Lenya's formidable passion for fashion keeps her in the avante garde of styling, creating visually stunning emotive work. Lenya Jones has developed edgy...

Emotional Objects aims to stimulate interdisciplinary debate concerning what objects can tell us about emotions, and what emotions contribute to material culture. In particular, it will explore the way the materiality of objects – the very stuff of which they were made – performed emotional...

The work exhibited spans a diverse range of materials, practices and inspirations. Atelier Manferdini will present a stunning inverted crystal cathedral hanging from ceiling to floor. Other large-scale works include acclaimed Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota's web of interlacing black thread,...

Autumn's two-part series exploring the meanings of and emotions evoked by the word "glamour" is a definite must-read: Part 1and Part 2. With New York Fashion Week in full swing, this investigation of modeling and "emotion work" seems especially relevant. This e-reader article discusses how...

 

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