I am not fond of the latest music categories; they confuse me with their multi-hyphenated, trying-to-sound-cool-using-obscure-words titles.
As a result, I have learned to ignore them cause I would hate to miss out on hearing amazing new music like HARM WÜLF’s (G. Hirsch of Blacklisted) sophomore release HIJRAHfrom Deathwish Inc. because I felt “meh” about the category label.
This album is perfect for those times when sugary pop sweetness just won’t do.
…Hijrah is inspired by a range of artists from the tranquil resonance of Low, to the rhythmic acoustic strumming of Strength Through Joy, the ascending power of Angels Of Light, even calling to the insular/grotesque Americana of Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O’Connor, etc…
Part of the inaugural season at The Met Breuer, diane arbus: in the beginning highlights never-before-seen early work of Diane Arbus (1923–71). The exhibition features more than 100 photographs focusing on the first seven years of her career, from 1956 to 1962—the period in which she developed the idiosyncratic style and approach for which she has been recognized, praised, criticized, and copied the world over.
Following its presentation at The Met Breuer, diane arbus: in the beginning will travel to SFMOMA (January 21-April 30, 2017).
diane arbus: in the beginning is curated by Jeff L. Rosenheim, Curator in Charge of the Department of Photographs at The Met.
Exhibition design is by Brian Butterfield, Senior Exhibition Designer; graphics are by Anna Rieger, Graphic Designer; and lighting design is by Laura Mroczkowski, Lighting Designer, all of The Met’s Design Department.
This year’s Florida Supercon was a jam-packed super festival of comics, cosplay, anime, fantasy, Sci-Fi, video gaming and TV & Movie stars appearances!
Parking was a definite challenge with construction blocking the normally openlarge parking lot across from the convention center and it taking place during Fourth of July Weekend, with a million tourists in town!
However, it was worth all the obstacles to attend it and I’m sure my fellow attendees felt the same.
This 11th edition featured strong programming, like the Design Talks/ panel with designers Formafantasma, rugmaker Alexandra Kehayoglou and jewelry maker David Bielendermoderated by Christian Larson, associate curator of modern and contemporary art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
There were also epic collaborations like the CollectorsLounge/ designed by Kuehn Malvezzi with the support of Artek and Kvadrat. And wonderful satellite exhibitions, including one that featured innovative works by the iconic Zaha Hadid.
And if you weren’t able to be at this year’s spectacular edition, watching the updates from the forum on Instagram , Facebook, Twitterwas almost as good as actually being there.