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gifts ! • GoSee Gift Guide : open air Yoga with Meghan Currie and a choice of Dylan Werner or pole dance with Karo Swen

‘Day dream please. Create beauty through the power of you wildest dreams. I have been waiting and working and daydreaming for this moment for as long as I can remember. A new time-lapse: the most exciting part for me is that the music is also my creation in collaboration with music producer Nenad Radosevic. You can download this song for free here soundcloud.com/meghancurrie

Art is my love. Always has been since I can remember. The creation of anything creative tosses me around in a world of magic and possibility. One of the most important things we can do in combination with our daily efforts towards our dreams is to spend moments daydreaming. Daydreams are a display of the hearts genius, and while we relax the control towers of the mind, moving from rational to non, the heart weaves the path to fulfil that which we are here to do. Daydream please. So our hearts can mash up and create some unimaginable beauty.

Love’

Meghan

meghancurrieyoga.com

Balance and strength meet the serenity of the forest. The second installment of the Beyond Balance Series by Yogi Dylan Werner. A film by Mathew Troy, featuring the song ‘I Could Hear The Water At The Edge Of All Things’ by Hammock.

dylanwerneryoga.com & mathewtroy.com

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15.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • Pole picture perfect - meet instructor Karo Swen on GoSee

Whether you prefer having something to hold onto when you’re exercising or prefer machines, we recommend pole dance instructor and performer Caro Swen. She proves that once-seedy pole dancing has become a bona-fide sport. You can book her for performances, workshops, private classes, photography and video projects .... caro.poledance@hotmail.fr

15.12.2014 // show complete news

 

best buy • GoSee presents Yoga superstar Meghan Currie

‘Day dream please. Create beauty through the power of you wildest dreams. I have been waiting and working and daydreaming for this moment for as long as I can remember. A new time-lapse: the most exciting part for me is that the music is also my creation in collaboration with music producer Nenad Radosevic. You can download this song for free here soundcloud.com/meghancurrie

Art is my love. Always has been since I can remember. The creation of anything creative tosses me around in a world of magic and possibility. One of the most important things we can do in combination with our daily efforts towards our dreams is to spend moments daydreaming. Daydreams are a display of the hearts genius, and while we relax the control towers of the mind, moving from rational to non, the heart weaves the path to fulfil that which we are here to do. Daydream please. So our hearts can mash up and create some unimaginable beauty.

Love’

Meghan

14.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • Teenage prostitution, boys for sale, child labour and emergency rations … GoSee presents 'A world in distress', a film and book project by Patrick and Dennis Weinert. GoSee wishes you a merry Christmas !

Brothers Patrick and Dennis Weinert from Rheda-Wiedenbrück are just 20 and 22 years of age, photographers and filmmakers and travelled to three of the world’s poorest countries this year: Burkina Faso, Haiti and Nepal. They contribute to a social documentary photography donation project that deals with poverty in a global context – as you can see in their video here on GoSee.

The brothers documented human trafficking and prostitution in Nepal, child slavery on Haiti and the search for water in Sahel (amongst others) during their travels. They got sick in Burkina Faso, went on patrol with the UN in Haiti and had to be very brave. Marius Schreiber’s press release states: ‘they looked into the abyss on many occasions, faced enormous danger and experienced something that hardly anyone in our society, let along anyone their age, ever experiences.’

The result of their journey will be published as a photo ‘A World In Distress’. The Weinert brothers funded this project via a crowd funding campaign and the proceeds from the book sales will be put towards helping people in these countries. worldindistress.com


About - Dennis and Patrick Weinert:
Dennis & Patrick Weinert (born ’92/’94) are photographers and filmmakers based in Rheda-Wiedenbrueck, ...

08.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Post • The book MAMA by Hanspeter Schneider – post-production by Stephanie WENCEK

STEPHANIE WENCEK carried out the entire post-production on the book ‘Mama’ the book by photographer Hanspeter Schneider. Kehrer Verlag published the book and you can also see the photographs until 5th January 2015 at ADC gallery in Zurich.

Mama - Hanspeter Schneider. Hard cover 24 x 30 cm. 128 pages. 56 colour and B/W images. German/English. ISBN ...

05.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • On Persian secrets behind stained glass windows - Hatje Cantz Publishing presents Beatrice Minda’s "Iran. Interrupted"

"Iran. Interrupted" is the new photo book by Beatrice Minda. The images of domestic spaces look as though one had interrupted a busy social event and unintentionally scared off the crowd. To capture a moment of calm. And to tap into the stories and dreams of the people that were only just there.

Cool stone floors, cosy carpets, comfy velvet cushioned corners and yet a touch of lethargy channelled through the photographer’s use of lighting from green to beige. The private spaces embody playful Persian traditions and raw functionality, marked both by progress and decay. To this day Iran remains a hidden world for most and so the photographer reveals its secrets hidden by high walls and colourful windows. In comparison to the crowded rooms of "Innenwelt", her Rumanian documentary photo book, "Iran. Interrupted" appears almost sparse. And yet we can still get a sense of the locals’ hospitality, after all they did open up their homes to a female stranger with a camera.

Beatrice Minda (*Munich, 1968*) lives and works in Berlin. Her photography has been exhibited in Zurich, Milan, Paris and Warsaw. In 2012 she received the Lotto Brandenburg Award. "Iran. Interrupted" spans 160 pages, published by Hatje Cantz, with 87 images and essays by Asghar Farhadi, Pooya Ghoddousi and Shahrnush Parsipur.

04.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • Charlie DREVSTAM photographs Tove Nilsson’s appetising "Ägg" cookbook – yummy!

Charlie DREVSTAM photographed chickens and eggs of all scrumptious variations prepared by chef, writer, food stylist and blogger Tove Nilsson for her cookbook 'Ägg : recept & teknik' (order here). Speaking of which, our Swedish speaking readers may want to check out her blog: tovenilsson.com

02.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • IdN Magazine : presents Adbusters #116, blueprint for a New World Part V (Politico) – 'No Future'

In the penultimate issue of our Blueprint for a New World series, IdN takes on the global smörgåsbord of red-alert headlines as the floorboards of the capitalist project give their last protesting creaks.

IdN zu GoSee : "By unmasking the automaton-equation nibbling at the heart of our society, we look back and reach out beyond the mainstream to find voices of dissent past, present and impending… and remind ourselves that the seeds are already sown and the forecast calls for rain. The smatter of artists, writers, scholars and sights in this issue will reel you away and away – back onto the slow track." Mehr findet Ihr hier :

01.12.2014 // show complete news

 

Shop • OK DJ - Daniel Josefsohn - the photographer’s first monograph with a best-of his ZEIT magazine column 'Am Leben', published by Hatje Cantz

Over the past years Daniel Josefsohn (* 1961) has managed to gracefully balance the fine line between provocation and humour, destruction and self-destruction, ironic commentary and political activism, all whilst remaining more or less popular in the public eye. His publishers Hatje Cantz comment on his work, “his photographs question our usual ways of seeing and effortlessly glide between art and commerce.”

Following his legendary MTV campaign in the Nineties, Daniel Josefsohn worked for countless magazines and his work has been adorning the outside of Volksbühne Berlin since 2011. After suffering from a stroke in 2012, together with his life partner Karin Müller he has been documenting his life before and after for the ZEIT magazine photo column, contrasting the light and the heavy, the dirty with the beautiful. In addition to the best column images, the book offers a retrospective of his fully body of work.

His often weirdly moving stories make for a great read – that is if your German is up to it - danieljosefsohn.com//the-weekly-column-of-the-zeit-magazin-by-daniel-josefsohn. Watch the ARTE interview here on GoSee.


24.11.2014 // show complete news

 

Go & Buy • Mysterious female nudes and atmospheric nightscapes - Stéphane Coutelle presents "Insomnies" exhibition in Paris and photo book published by Damiani

As part of Photography Month in Paris, Stephane Coutelle, director and beauty photographer, famed for his female portraits, presents his series INSOMNIES, created between 2009 and 2013. "Insomnies is a tale of the night and those timeless moments when you are but half awake and your mind is traveling without control. Across the pages are intimate portraits of women pieced together with night landscapes, creating a confrontation, the beginning of an untold story of the women's wanderings..." says the photographer. The results are imaginative, real but also dreamy photographs of women mixed with atmospheric nightscapes that remind us of the movies.

The fact that many of his images remind us of paintings may be linked to his past as a painter. 15 years ago, before devoting his skills to photography, he presented his large format women’s portraits in exhibitions at spaces including Pariser Hôtel de Ville (1994), Coprim Foundation (Femme du Temps Jamais, 1995) and Art & Patrimoine Gallery (Face B, 1998).

GoSee met Stéphane Coutelle at a private view and asked him how his beautiful project came about.

"I have always worked on personal projects beside my commercial work. 'Insomnies' came naturally, because I am travelling quite a lot I am often jet lagged, so insomniac. I love those moments during ...

19.11.2014 // show complete news