Exhibition of best new fashion talent at Somerset house is organised by The International Fashion Showcase (IFS). It presents work from the best up-and-coming designers from around the world.
(Image Thebe Makuku, Johannesburg. Presenting women within South African society.
Organised by Wallpaper magazine and Dubai Design District exhibition called Middle East Revealed presented emerging artists and designers from seven countries from Lebanon to Iran, Jordan to UAE.
The V&A museum in London is presenting a fantastic collection of new products designed by emerging talent called a Wish List. Ideas for the products have come from ten masters, the big names in design at the moment.
Steven Morgana ‘It Was All Ephemeral As A Rainbow’
Bloomberg New Contemporaries is an art exhibition by the leading UK organisation supporting emergent art practice from British Art Schools. Since 1949 New Contemporaries has consistently provided a critical platform for fine art graduates primarily by nationally touring exhibition. It offers a great platform to view what is up-and-coming in the art world. Continue reading
The fair is an artist-led brand new event that focuses on the fresh, emerging illustrators carefully selected by a panel. The content is key, to find real talent and buy work directly from the artists. How refreshing! Continue reading
Emerging African design was featured first time at the recent Milan fair. The event called Afrofuture at the department store La Rinascente was curated by London-based writer and critic Beatrice Galilee, who last year organised an exhibition about hacking in the same location.
“Sustaning Identity symposium brings together acclaimed international architects whose work resists homogenisation by prioritising place, the senses and memory. Speakers include 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate, Wang Shu; 2012 Global Holcim Award winner, Francis Kéré and renowned architectural theorist Juhani Pallasmaa, who has curated the event with Paul Brislin of Arup Associates. The event is supported by Architectural Review”.