News, Notes and Inspirations. A curated overview of what’s getting us excited and engaged.
Today we had the pleasure of shooting on location in ‘Gee St – Clarkenwell’ for Vaaras new Resort collection. A stunning penthouse apartment in Farringdon with beautifully curated furniture.
One of three parts, Tacita Dean’s Landscape at the Royal Academy, is not to be missed! Exquisite drawings on slate, 35mm film ‘Antigone’ and collections of natural objects, the exhibition is held in the newly opened Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Gallery. Now we’re simply excited to see Portrait and Still Life.
Both disturbing and tremendous we were hugely inspired by the recent cover of National Geographic. The photo illustration was created by Mexican artist Jorge Gamboa and is highly intelligent and effective. Always a fan of imagery that makes one double take and question a point a view.
Photo London 2018 – it’s that time of year again! Wonderful to view such a range of international gallerists and photographers at Somerset House. Particularly taken by Evgenia Arbugaeva, represented by The Photographers Gallery.
Another Kind of Life. An exhibition at the Barbican touching on countercultures/subcultures from 1950’s to present day. Photographers included Pieter Hugo, Diane Arbus, Larry Clark, Jim Goldberg, Alec Soth. As moved by the artwork as the exhibition design by Casper Mueller Kneer Architects.
Excited to see this beautiful show by Daniel Rea of Webber Represents. Hugely inspiring, thoughtful and beautifully curated. The exhibition entitled ‘43-35 10th Street’ is on show in London, W1T 1PE, until the 5th May 2018.
Admittedly not the most typical of Gursky’s images we were still smitten with the colour platte and original Kodak type. Not to be missed at the newly re-furbished Hayward Gallery from 25 January–22 April 2018.
Whilst it was a freezing day and we were up at 5am, the blue skies did prevail and the location for our Vaara campaign was all the more breathtaking for it!
Wrapping up the edit and sound mix for the Matouk film ‘The Senses’ at Final Cut in London before heading to The Mill to do the final grade. See the finished film on our work page or in situ here.