When we first featured photographer Veronica Sanchis Bencomo on the blog, we loved seeing her collection Thirty Sundays around London.
Now Veronica has moved to New York and has started her Thirty Sundays project once again and we decided to join her on this adventure.
Every month we’ll post the Sunday photos Veronica has taken and see the transition of her life in the Big Apple.
"Having found myself move to the Big Apple recently, I thought to explore it with a camera in my hand. I decided to repeat my Thirty Sundays project, this time in New York. This new project is set more or less under the same grounds as the previous one, one Polaroid every Sunday during thirty weeks. However, this time I have changed the camera to Fujifilm Instax 210. This camera, unlike my previous one, Fujifilm Instax 7S, has more controls, such as, two focusing settings and lighting options also the photo itself is slightly bigger. The project is an experimentation with no overarching theme. It has been done under certain rules set by me and the limitations of the instant camera. " Says Veronica.
Here is Thirty Sundays in New York
Basing her work on a contemporary approach, Portugal-based designer Lia Gonçalves shifts between jewelry and design, reflecting the preference for a minimalistic aesthetic and, at the same time, a deep concern for functionality.
In 2009 she graduated in jewelry design and after that she concluded a master degree in product design.
in 2010 she decided to launch her own brand.
Her latest line entitled "Planets" which was presented this year at JOYA - Barcelona Art Jewelry Fair. The inspiration comes from planets, moons, comets and our solar system.
All items are handmade in silver with different color options.
Photography by João Gigante
Texas is coming to California!
Busy-Being has curated the upcoming pop-up shop featuring various designers bringing the lone state style to Space15Twenty.
Get to know more about the designers and what they're all about.
Busy-Being was launched in 2004 and is owned and operated by Amber Abramson, a Los Angeles native living in Austin, TX where the Busy-Being brick and mortar shop now resides. Amber has been a working curator since 2002 in addition to being the former director of LA's fourxfour Gallery and the ongoing associate director of the famed New Image Art Gallery in Los Angeles. She has curated exhibitions internationally and has been working closely with artists of all mediums in platforms ranging from art galleries, public murals, corporate campaigns and events, museum work, community workshops, non-profit sector, political arena, book and catalog production, as well as retail pursuits.
You and your friends are probably wondering what to do this weekend.
Well it's your lucky weekend because there is so much stuff to do and see!
L.A Art Show 2015
Join the biggest art show in Los Angeles as it celebrates its 20th Anniversary at the LA Convention Center. You will be able to look back on the LA art scene over a 20 year span! Also this art show is not only features the great city of LA, they're also featuring art works from China, Korea and Japan.
“the art and artists that have been featured at the La Art Show have been exceptional over the years. I feel that the breadth and quality of the art has sometimes gone under the radar because of the grand scale of our event.” said LA Art show Producer Kim Martingale.
11am - 7pm (Sunday close at 5pm)
1 Day General Admission: $20
Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall J and K, 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, Ca 90015
As a fashion photographer, I cannot miss the big photography exhibit Event Photo L.A. 2015.
This international photography exhibition is returning for its 24th year! The 2015 edition of the event will feature a unique diversity of photographic art and even historical photography from 19th Century to contemporary photography.
I’m going, my friends are going and now you can go there too!
General Show Dates
Jan 16 -17
11am - 7pm
11am - 6pm
The Reef / L.A. Mart 1933 Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90007
[Photo by David Bailey]
You probably spent way too much money on the holiday season and have no budget left for weekends hangouts. No worries because Taschen books now has a gallery that is free and open to the public. If you are a nostalgic photography maniac (like me!) and a post-Rolling Stones groupie (like my mom,) you will love the exhibition at Taschen Gallery.
“It’s Just a Show Away: The Rolling Stones in Photographs” features many big artists including Jean-Marie Perier, Bent Rej, Gered Mankowitz, public favorite Terry Richardson and photography legend David Bailey.
It’s completely free UNLESS you want to get their “sumo-sized” copy which is you can buy for $5,000 or $10,000 for the special edition prints.
[David Bailey at the gallery]
[photo by David Bailey]
“It’s Just a Shot Away: The Rolling Stones in Photographs” will run until January 31st
8070 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Enjoy your swinging weekend!
Nothing gets scarier than this.....
Directed by Carlani e Dogana
Director of Photography by Benjamin Maier
Music by Daniele Cocomazzi
Produced by Roberto Minotti
Starring Vhelade Bale Mura
HAVE A NICE WEEK
Ai Wei Wei teamed up with Dover Street Market - Rei Kawakubo's concept store - and V Magazine for the artsy fashion editorial. The models are wearing brands like Hood By Air, Shaun Samson, KTZ, Phoebe English, Jaquemus and many more.
The artist referenced his 2006 Colored Vases sculptures, treating his own studio personnel and friends as models.
Writing for V from Beijing, Ai explained: "Pouring a color on an outfit... creates a midpoint between two conflicting ideas. Gravity and the shape of the clothes combine to create a unique moment. Using these cultural products as ready-made [objects] celebrates and reinterprets the intention of creativity. I think this act shows my respect toward their creativity."
Tell me a little about what you do…
I am a painter and an interdisciplinary artist. Every day i work with mediums including painting, drawing, writing, photography, textile and publishing . I also run the online shop project Bonjour Supermarket (www.bonjoursupermarket.com), for which i design and produce exclusive textile pieces. I recently had a solo show and positive participative piece in Tokyo and some of my artworks are part of a current group show at the Brunei Gallery in London. I also happen to sometime be working as a consultant and art director.
You have an incredible eye for beautiful things. What inspires your aesthetic?
Thank you very much for the compliment!
Mostly my journeys, i love traveling. I am fascinated and fond of learning about traditional objects, textiles and art, i believe these also inspire my aesthetic. Simple, Quality, Elegant and Fun, i would say those are the four by which I go.
What are five things you cannot live without?
I wouldn't say live without but just five objects i like having with me:
-An old photobooth of my father and myself
-A Mala my fiancé Jatinder gave me when we met
-The book of Tea by Kakuzo Okakura
-The parfum Scent One: Hinoki by Monocle and x Comme des Garcons
-A little straw purse given by my grand mother, she herself got it from a trusted friend before she passed away.See more after the jump!