Visual artist, tattoo artist and friend of RUSSH, Ukraine-born Miso – aka Stanislava Pinchuk – create works that are deeply personal and painstakingly detailed. A refined intricacy pervade her collections, many of which detail her travels to disaster zones, documenting life after conflict. Her latest and largest work to date, Sarcophagus, takes viewers to the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone. Spanning six metres, the work traces the topographic activity levels inside the exclusion zone, above Reactor 4, and reflects Miso’s upbringing in the Ukraine following the accident. Sarcophagus is on display at China Heights Gallery, Surry Hills, from April 28 to 30.
“At the end of the day, when you’re on the road for that long, you just want someone you can hang around with and have a good time. Then if they take pictures, that’s great.” Photographer Zackery Michael documents his enduring friendship with the Arctic Monkeys in his latest exhibition, AM:ZM.
Our grandmothers used to say that a dropped plate was considered good luck, but if those plates are crafted by ceramicist Ana Kerin of Kana London, you can be sure we’d never let them go.
From the faces of the season to the shows we couldn’t get enough of, Fashion & Beauty Director Billie Iveson recaps a whirlwind trip for New York Fashion Week 2018.