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news | Pretty in Pink - Powerhouse Sarah Jessica Parker and Cosmopolitan US Editor in Chief Joanna Coles in conversation at Cannes Lions. A GoSee highlight

Cosmopolitan lady Joanna Coles and Sarah Jessica Parker have known each other for eight years. This was clearly evident in the ease with which they set foot together on stage. And whilst men in Cannes present their programme, these two women, who were there to support the women in media theme, were on stage to entertain. The audience all got to find out first hand why HBO offered Ms. Parker the role of Carrie Bradshaw. After a very elegant introduction extolling the talents of these two women, t …

17.06.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | ‘Forget recycling, hybrid or electric cars. Environmental activist and vegetarian Vivienne Westwood calls on us to “eat more vegetables!” for PETA UK

Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and since late 2011, also Vivienne Westwood. Vivienne Westwood donated her last fur pieces, eight rabbit fur handbags, to a shelter for orphaned forest creatures, where the bags are serving the more useful purpose of being used as beds for baby animals. Vivienne recently got involved in the campaign for vegetarianism by demonstrating just how much water is needed to produce a kilo of meat and just how long that eco warrior shower can l …

24.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | From the button of my Art. KLEE front woman Suzie Kerstgens as a raging GoSee reporter at ART COLOGNE. Exclusive report on GoSee

Our raging reporter Suzie of successful German band KLEE fame spontaneously hopped on her moped for GoSee and attended the opening of the world’s oldest art fair: here is a snapshot summary of what she saw, discovered and loved at the 47th fair for fine arts of the 20th and 21st centuries. ‘I climb the stairs and enter the mother of all art fairs’ I am welcomed with a pretty black shopping bag with the red logo of Art magazine. I love shopping! I realise however, …

23.04.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Japanese visual poet Rinko Kawauchi as a star guest at Christophe Guye Gallery, Zurich

Christophe Guye Gallery currently presents the ‘Illuminance’ exhibition by Rinko Kawauchi, who has become one of Japan’s most renowned photo artists in a short space of time. We have photos of the opening with Rinko – in front of the camera. Almost like a photographic diary of sorts Rinko Kawauchi's first exhibition in Switzerland will present an exciting selection of over 40 photographs and one video from the last fifteen years. Reminiscent of Japanese photography of …

12.03.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Beyond Colour - Marc Chagall. The homage to the master of colour at the Chilton Gallery, Dallas Museum of Art

Russian-born Marc Chagall, who was almost 100-years old when he died in 1985 in Saint Paul de Vence, France, said: ‘colour is all. When colour is right, form is right’. The countless exhibitions that have featured the artist’s work during his life and afterwards prove that his ‘colour’ isn’t just right, but also timeless. The ‘Chagall: Beyond Color’ exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art is dedicated to the lesser-known aspects of his work: wat …

26.02.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | 31,000 forgotten children .... the Guusje Nederhorst Foundation campaign

GoSee presents a campaign that seeks to raise awareness of the 31,000 ‘forgotten’ children that live in the Netherlands in asylums and immigration removal centres. The foundation is named after actress Guusje Nederhorst (*1969-2004) who passed away from breast cancer just six days after her 35th birthday. Her husband Dinand Woesthoff, frontman of the band Kane, set it up in her memory. Her son was born in the same year, just before she passed away. ‘Dreamer (Gussie's son …

11.02.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | 'Watercolour' by Gilles Bensimon just finished, ‘Gender Studies’ by Bettina Rheims currently on show at London’s Hamiltons gallery

The ‘Watercolour’ exhibition by Gilles Bensimon has just finished – but we would like to show you some images anyway, so you know what you’ve missed. He created this work in the last two years and ‘killed’ countless beautiful flowers in the process – just to preserve them forever. The gallery on his work: ‘blurring the lines of abstraction and representation, these pictures give a new perspective on the traditional notions associated with the d …

30.01.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Allessandra Ambrosio warms our hearts for Made in Brazil

Feeling cold? Fed up with winter? Want to go somewhere bright, where a t-shirt will embrace your bare skin and sand will slip through your toes? GoSee can provide you with the short therapy of watching the video and checking out the photos starring top model Alessandra Ambrósio for MADE IN BRAZIL MAGAZINE #6. The Brazilian babe is a current Victoria's Secret Angel and famed for her campaigns for Next, Armani Exchange, Christian Dior and Ralph Lauren. And surely the sexy mum is woman e …

21.01.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee recommendation: A day with Marilyn Monroe. Photographs from the film by Peter Mangone, at Danziger gallery, New York

Peter Mangone died on the 11th December 2012. But not before supervising the print of his photographs of the immortal Marilyn Monroe as well as the production of the corresponding catalogue. The exhibition is still taking place as planned at the Danziger gallery in New York, as a tribute to Peter and his time - and his very special day in 1955 with his idol Marilyn Monroe in New York. Click here to watch an interview with Peter.  And here is the gallery’s deservedly euphoric pr …

08.01.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Standing in line for .... Edward Hopper Retrospective at the Grand Palais, Paris. 128 works documenting American Realism

After finishing high school, Edward Hopper (1882-1967) trained as an illustrator at the New York School of Illustrating and then went on to study at New York School of Art. To round off his skills as an advertising artist and illustrator he visited Europe and in particular Paris (1906-1910), where he completed around 30 works. Now the city on the Seine is holding its first great retrospective of the American artist. The chronologically arranged works in the Galeries Nationales at the Grand Pa …

05.12.2012 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article