“I exist because I see colours,” Beirut-born visual artist, essayist and poet Etel Adnan once said. Her artworks act as living embodiments of this notion; contrasting hues sit side-by-side across painted canvases, infused with the memories and landscapes of her childhood – a bright resistance to society’s modern obsession with excess. While Adnan – a strong voice in the feminist and anti-war movements – has been creating consistently throughout her life, her visual art has only found widespread fame in recent years. Etel Adnan: The Weight of the World is a survey of her paintings, tapestries, films, poetry and more, on display at London’s Serpentine Slacker Gallery until September 11.
We met Daniela after Eudon Choi’s runway and reunited with RUSSH girl Maggie at Ports 1961. Amidst the chaos of London Fashion Week, photographer Myles Kalus captured the faces that were turning heads, and the names to commit to memory.
The first cut is the deepest. Melbourne outfit Two People take us in-studio for the making of their debut album, First Body.
Multidisciplinary artist and designer Ana Kraš takes us behind the scenes of Camilla and Marc’s AW 19 presentation at New York Fashion Week.