Hofesh Shechter & Antony Gormley 'Survivor'07/01/2012
Commissioned by the Barbican and produced by Hofesh Shechter Company. 'Survivor' is a collaboration between choreographer turned composer Hofesh Shechter and sculptor Antony Gormley. This is a truly unique offering which see's Shechter's score performed by a band of 30 musicians and set within the visual landscape created by sculptor Gormley.
The famed Barbican stage itself becomes an instrument to be played. The show runs from the 12th January through till the 14th.
// Barbican Centre Silk Street London
Javier Perés “One of ours”06/01/2012
Javier Perés is best known as the founder of Berlin and Los Angeles based Galleries, Peres Projects, but this month will see the Cuban born, Gallerist, Writer and Artist place his own works on the walls of Berlin's Grimmuseum, in his first solo show, titled “One of ours”.
// Grimmuseum Fichte Strasse 2 10967 Berlin
Slater Bradley 'Don’t Let Me Disappear'06/01/2012
Team is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by New York-based artist Slater Bradley. Entitled Don’t Let Me Disappear, the exhibition will run from January 12th through February 13th, 2012. Team Gallery is located at 83 Grand Street, between Wooster and Greene, on the ground floor. Concurrently, our 47 Wooster Street space will house a one-person exhibition of new work by New York-based sculptor Ross Knight. Don’t Let Me Disappear consists of a single video from which the exhibition takes its name.
// Team Gallery 83 Grand Street NY, NY 10013
3.1 Phillip Lim "Improv-isualists"06/01/2012
Set to the sounds of jamie xx and Gil-Scott Heron’s “New York Is Killing Me” we are given a glimpse of Phillip Lim’s latest collection for his 3.1 Phillip Lim line. The short film “Improv-isualists” beautifully showcases the progressive looks achieved from the collection in a hyper focused and minimalistic approach that captures the beauty and fluidity of the garments in an seemingly airy manner.
The Shenzhen Stock Exchange06/01/2012
The Shenzhen Stock Exchange is due for completion, August 2012. A massive undertaking by Rotterdam based Architects OMA, the building is located in the heart of the commercial district, with its elevated podium adding to the buildings minimal and utilitarian look. The area itself is under constant architectural growth and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange will act as the perfect central t-point to the ever developing city in more ways than one.