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‘Freedom’: an exhibition celebrates Barcelona’s counter-culture of the 1970s | Barcelona

When the repressive Spanish dictatorship finally came to an end with the death of Francisco Franco in 1975, the counter-culture that had been simmering for years elsewhere in Europe came with a bang. “After years of repression, there was an immense desire to do things; people were desperate to express themselves, ”said Pepe Ribas, curator of Underground, an exhibition that ...

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A portrait inspired by the vivid colors of Los Angeles

In each slice of The artists, T highlights a recent or little-seen work by a black artist, accompanied by a few words from this artist putting the work in context. This week we are looking at a work by the painter Amoako Boafo which appears in his personal exhibition “Singular duality: I can make us, ”On display at Roberts Projects ...

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COMFORT Magazine Robert LeBlanc Yudo Kurita

Photographer Robert LeBlanc recently teased an upcoming book titled A New America, which documents the brooding cultural belly of the United States. Instead of print, the Los Angeles-based designer has teamed up with fellow photographer Yudo Kurita on a new publication, called COMFORT magazine. “COMFORT represents our view of the world,” Kurita told HYPEBEAST. Both necessary and detrimental, “it seems ...

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Business in Brief – 10/07/21

Low-carbon construction products achieve first end-of-waste status in Scotland Recycling and Waste Management Solutions Business Levenseat became the first Scottish company to achieve “end-of-waste” status for its new low-carbon aggregate product stream. The Lanarkshire-based company has obtained accreditation from the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA). Developed by the Minerals division of Levenseat, three of the newly certified products are made ...

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Strong finish | Irrigation and green industry magazine

October 2021: You are in your last quarter of your hard-fought 2021 landscape game. You have known victories and defeats, exaltation and despondency. It’s been a long, COVID-filled drudgery, a year unlike any we’ve ever experienced. Despite all the disruption of the pandemic, most companies in the green industry (actually most construction or facility companies) are performing better than expected, ...

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Sixties counter-culture photographer Robert Altman dies at 76

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Robert Altman, a photojournalist who captured San Francisco’s nascent counterculture in the 1960s and became chief photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, has died. He was 76 years old. Altman was found dead in his San Francisco home on September 24 after a long battle with esophageal cancer, Felicia McRee, the executor of his estate, said on ...

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WM | contemporary art magazine whitehot

Keiko Miyamori, I Am Still In New York, 2020. Courtesy of the artist. By PAUL LASTER, October 2021 Concept artist working in a variety of media, Keiko Miyamori is best known for her time-based tree rubbings made during particular periods of her life with handmade charcoal on Japanese Washi paper that she exhibits in groups in homemade glass boxes that ...

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Ludovic de Saint Sernin dissects the desire for spring-summer 2022

The sultry Parisian brand presented a clean line of signature underwear and playful knits. The sultry Parisian brand presented a clean line of signature underwear and playful knits. Unlike many struggling fashion brands, Ludovic de Saint Sernin’s eponymous brand has flourished from the crux of the pandemic. The French designer’s gendered approach to men’s clothing has caught the attention of ...

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