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Pure emotion! MOODFILM.TV works for KILIAN KERNER with Jella Haase & Jannik Schümann.

Kilian Kerner presented his new FW 2015 collection at Mercedes Benz Fashionweek in Berlin. Now he launches the new moodfilm on Grazia Magazine. MOODFILM.TV was responsible for the production.


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The latest Nissan Juke CGI movie is ready to show.

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First Happenings: Adrian Henri in the ‘60s and '70s at Fox Reading Room

First Happenings: Adrian Henri in the ‘60s and '70s, offers a focussed look at Adrian Henri’s pioneering role in the ‘happenings movement’ in Britain, setting up the first ‘Event’ in 1962, through to enabling various collaborative events into the 1970s.

As a painter, poet, musician and performer he was a central protagonist during a period of intense creativity and collaborative artistic endeavours that centred in Liverpool – at the time a parallel centre for such activity alongside London and New York. Henri corresponded with performance artists including Allan Kaprow, Yoko Ono and Mark Boyle and authored a landmark publication, Total Art, Environments and Happenings (Thames and Hudson, 1974).

Reflecting Henri’s eclecticism and insatiable curiosity, the display features numerous artefacts from the Adrian Henri estate, including original prints, collages, annotated scripts and hand-made posters for happenings, objects, ephemera, rock posters, counterculture documents and correspondence, as well as rare audio and video material.

Adrian Henri (1932–2000) trained as a painter under Victor Pasmore and Richard Hamilton, and taught at Liverpool Art College in the 1960s. He came to prominence as one of the 'Liverpool poets', alongside Roger McGough and Brian Patten, through the best-selling Penguin anthology The Mersey Sound - irreverently urban and popular. Performance was central to Henri’s practice, both as a visual artist and as a poet. In the 1960s and 70s he fronted the poetry and rock group Liverpool Scene (signed by RCA). Their debut album was produced by John Peel, who dubbed Henri ‘one of the great non-singers of our time.' In 1969, the band performed at the Isle of Wight Festival, supported Led Zeppelin and toured America.

One of the few UK organisations that acknowledged the radical music, art and performance scene in Liverpool outside of the city itself, the ICA hosted Henri’s exhibitions and performances on various occasions including his solo exhibition, Adrian Henri: Poet, Painter, 1968, I Wonder. A play by Adrian Henri and Michael Kustow, was performed at the ICA in 1968 as part of the ICA’s centenary celebration of Apollinaire and Henri was also included in the 1970 ICA exhibition AAARGH!!! A Celebration of Comics.

First Happenings is curated by Paris-based art historian Catherine Marcangeli in collaboration with the ICA. All works from the Estate of Adrian Henri.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

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'Cross Section of a Revolution' in London at Lisson Gallery

This group exhibition of Lisson Gallery artists explores global aspects of trade, trauma, religious belief systems and contested territories, via a number of intersecting political practices, across photographic, sculptural, painterly and filmic media. The exhibition features works by Allora & Calzadilla, Broomberg & Chanarin, Liu Xiaodong, Haroon Mirza, Rashid Rana, Wael Shawky and Santiago Sierra. Each of these artists reveal how the crosspollination of global cultures can result in a rewiring of faith, hope and morality.

Cross Section of a Revolution 30 January – 7 March 2015 . featuring: Allora & Calzadilla, Broomberg & Chanarin, Liu Xiaodong, Haroon Mirza, Rashid Rana, Wael Shawky, Santiago Sierra . Lisson Gallery, 52-54 Bell Street, London

About Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international
contemporary art galleries in the world. Established in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it
pioneered the early careers of important Minimal and Conceptual artists, such as Sol
LeWitt and Richard Long, as well as those of significant British sculptors from Anish
Kapoor and Tony Cragg to a younger generation, led by Ryan Gander and Haroon
Mirza. In addition to its two exhibition spaces in London, one in Milan and a fourth
gallery to open under the High Line in New York in 2015, the Lisson Presents
programme also extends a legacy of curatorial innovation beyond the galleries,
working with institutions and artists to present new initiatives around the world.

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PANTENE by Laura Laine

Laura Laine’s luscious locks proved to be the perfect match with Pantene’s new campaign. The NYC subway is plastered full of these, on steps, columns, walls, literally everywhere! Perfect hair from a Brooklyn braid to Hampton hippy waves.

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New Talent Saša Ostoja

A new talent in our roster! Amsterdams own illustrator Saša Ostoja. Working with a quill and ink mostly, he already developed a recognisable, signature style of naïvely drawn animal characters in humourous, dangerous, or uncomfortable situations. Often with unexpected dark undertones. Look carefully into his work and find new interesting aspects every time.

Saša draws a line between commercial and artistic work. The two are often seen as opposite ends of the spectrum of artistic practice, but Saša’s humourous, entertaining, approachable, and yet ultimately profound works seem to tie the two perfectly together. We can’t wait to see more of him and are very thrilled and excited to start working together.