Ian Strange – Landed

Australian artist Ian Strange has unveiled his latest architectural artwork ‘Landed‘ outside the Art Gallery of South Australia. Landed – which has seemingly fallen from the sky – is a structural recreation of the artist’s own 1920’s suburban-style home in Australia. The piece is part of the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art and is … Continue reading

Cai Guo-Qiang – Falling Back To Earth

Chinese contemporary artist Cai Quo-Qiang has taken over Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art in Australia with ‘Falling Back To Earth’, a monumental, immersive exhibition that sees, for the first time ever, all 3,000 square metres of GOMA’s ground floor dedicated to the work of a single living artist. Encompassing both new and recent works reconfigured … Continue reading

Cai Guo-Qiang – Falling Back To Earth

Chinese contemporary artist Cai Quo-Qiang has taken over Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art in Australia with ‘Falling Back To Earth’, a monumental, immersive exhibition that sees, for the first time ever, all 3,000 square metres of GOMA’s ground floor dedicated to the work of a single living artist. Encompassing both new and recent works reconfigured … Continue reading

Bon Iver – Towers (Video)

Bon Iver are one of the greatest acts out there at the moment, their melodic indie folk pop is a regular stayer on my weekly playlist and Towers, the band’s forthcoming release since their Grammy win, has been there for weeks and weeks. The stunning cinematography by Nabil Elderkin, a Los Angeles-based director and photographer … Continue reading

Akila Berjaoui and Australia’s Beach Babes

Australia’s Bondi Beach region is home to the best smoothies around at Boost Juice, the best breakfast at Le Paris-Go, some great views and steaks (at a cost) at Icebergs and now a very talented young photographer, Akila Berjaoui. I have for long been a fan of Australian women, since two years I spent with … Continue reading