Pola Brändle has travelled the world to pursue her passion for photographing posterwalls and exploring the art of collage – natural and handmade. Photographer Catalina Pérez López has visited the artist in her studio.
It all started with paper, painting and collage, soon evolved into screen-printing and continued with murals and performances. Since they met and started collaborating, the artist duo Various & Gould has been spreading their playful, yet socially-engaged art across streets, galleries and, most important, people. Read more »
After studying Fine Arts, Cristina Paniagua Periscal decided to do fashion design, particularly bags. In 2003, she started her own brand of bags called ‘Pendular Pocket’. Photographer Catalina Pérez López was invited to take pictures of her new collection, and captured the whole process of building one of the beautiful bags.
What kind of a future do we want to live in? How do our respective living conditions impinge upon each other? Haus der Kulturen der Welt stands as a reference point to discover and discuss answers and possibilities through contemporary arts and culture and that’s why we want to introduce the HKW and its program to you.
When Robert met Lamia in 2011, he joined her in the artistic pursuit of turning any ordinary surfaces into magnificent tape artworks. The material that most of us consider as nothing more than a tool to stick things together has inspired the creative duo behind TAPE OVER to make the world a more colourful place. Come and meet them with us! Read more »
Mariana Camberos a.k.a. Meteoro is an artist that like to engage with a variety of art styles, from design and fashion to street art and painting. Learn more about her and her unique style full of color in this Spotlight!
The Swedish duo Wildbirds & Peacedrums creates an almost unclassifiable mix of experimental pop, primal blues and powerful drumming additionally combined with sensitive vocals. Ecstatic feelings get across while listing to the interplay between voice and drums. Read more »
Jorge Mañes Rubio is a Spanish artist, TED fellow and “perpetual tourist” whose passion for travelling has turned out to be an essential source of inspiration for his art. His works tell us stories about the world and reflect his aim of making art that is relevant and has a positive impact in the mind of people.
kulturspace is a collective of designers, storytellers and strategists from all over the world and they are doing great work. We wanted to get to know this team of enthusiastic creatives and find out more about their vision and their non-profit programme. We met up with LA native Founder and Creative Director, Justin Merino, read more.