Näytös 2016, Aalto Academy Graduation show, Helsinki

Posted on May 27, 2016 by A Magazine

Continuing our annual partnership with the Aalto Fashion Academy in Helsinki, A Magazine Curated By returned to the Finnish capital to witness the Näytös 2016 graduate fashion show that showcased twenty-four collections from across the BA and Masters programs directed […]

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‘CLOWN Significa Payaso En Inglés’ by Filip & Kito

Posted on May 16, 2016 by Dan Thawley

A Magazine Curated By presents an exclusive portfolio by Filip Custic & Kito Muñoz, a Spanish art photography duo based in Madrid. In a surrealist call-and-response study, the pair explore the premise of a student art class wherein each student […]

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Nudes Curated By Julien Dossena

Posted on April 23, 2016 by

A PUBLISHER and PACO RABANNE are delighted to announce NUDES CURATED BY JULIEN DOSSENA, the first in an exclusive series of small-run print publications complimentary to A MAGAZINE and dedicated to capturing iconic moments in our global cultural calendar. Inviting […]

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A Magazine Curated By Thom Browne, SS16

Posted on March 6, 2016 by

New York City, 2016   A Magazine Curated By is delighted to announce that American designer Thom Browne has curated the Spring Summer 2016 issue for a worldwide release this March. Following Rodarte and Proenza Schouler, Browne is the third […]

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Aganovich’s Rokeby Venus: Hari Nef by Erik Madigan Heck

Posted on February 23, 2016 by Dan Thawley

 In a timewarp of serendipity, A Magazine Curated By presents a portrait series of the transgender actress, model and rights activist Hari Nef photographed in New York City by Erik Madigan Heck. Evolving from the Spring Summer 2016 collection research […]

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Haal SS16, by Robi Rodriguez

Posted on January 8, 2016 by A Magazine

In Arabic, ‘haal’ may refer to one of many trance-like states of Sufi spiritual consciousness. In Swedish, it means Anders Haal, the Stockholm-based designer whose singular way with terry towel, acidwash jersey, and technical knitwear demonstrates a fresh, punk perspective […]

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‘Within a Realm of Distance’ by Lawrence Weiner, Oxfordshire 2015

Posted on October 23, 2015 by Cecilia Musmeci

Lawrence Weiner has a unique ability to go beyond general expectations by letting his artworks speak for themselves. With great intensity, the American artist involves the viewers in a conceptual interaction that allows the art to achieve its purpose only via […]

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‘2 Cute 2 be Str8’ by Bernhard Willhelm, LA Spring 2016

Posted on October 5, 2015 by Cecilia Musmeci

Inspired by the symbolic meaning of bananas, Bernhard Willhem spices up the story of Adam and Eve with provocative irony. The German designer imagines the pair standing beneath a banana tree, while Adam pours toffee sauce all over Eve to […]

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Spirits Whisper In Her Ear, Nico Vascellari

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Cecilia Musmeci

Nico Vascellari is an Italian contemporary artist renowned on the international art scene for his performances and conceptual artworks. His unique approach combines the moving physical presence with music and referential contents to create a visual language of great impact. […]

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Office Man 2: Thom Browne at Le Bon Marché, Paris

Posted on September 2, 2015 by Dan Thawley

Although Versailles’ Galerie des Glaces may be France’s true claim to fame when it comes to astonishing mirrored spaces, last night the Le Bon Marché inaugurated its own reflective room courtesy of New York designer Thom Browne, whose Autumn Winter […]

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