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TATE BRITAIN / ART NOW : Joanna Piotrowska presents an installation of carefully composed black and white photographs and 16 mm films (8 March – 9 June 2019)

Born in Poland and based in London, Piotrowska has an interest in domestic spaces and man-made environments. For one series of works she asked people in Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro, Warsaw and London to build makeshift shelters in their homes and gardens, subverting childhood play.

Other works present gestures and movements from self-defence manuals, implying violence against women as well as their empowerment. Her photographs and films relate to self-protection, psychophysical relationships and the power dynamics underlying how we relate to each other.

Her work was included in Being: New Photography 2018, MoMA, New York and 10th Biennale Berlin, 2018, Germany and forthcoming projects include a solo show at Kunsthalle Basel in the autumn 2019.​ Art Now is a series of free exhibitions at Tate Britain focusing on work by emerging artists.

http://joannapiotrowska.com All Our False Devices is on show until 09 June, at Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG. Entry the show is free 
www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain
 

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IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
IMAGE // Joanna Piotrowska 'All our false devices' / TATE BRITAIN
GoSee loves : Sommerset House London presents 'Hanna Moon & Joyce Ng: English as a Second Language'
Photography exhibition showcasing the work of two of the most exciting photographers working in fashion today, celebrating the vitality and importance of fresh perspectives within fashion photography in our globalised and interconnected world. Employing an otherworldly and playful approach to their practice, Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng incorporate cultural signifiers, set design and fashion to present their unique take on Western aesthetics and fashion ideals. Bringing distinct Asian perspectives to their work, they challenge the concept of ‘otherness’ and reflect upon the power fashion photography holds in shaping our perceptions of beauty, style and taste.

Hanna Moon is an artist and photographer, born in South Korea, and based in London. She is the founder of A Nice Magazine. Intentionally working with ideas and subjects outside of the conventions of fashion photography, Moon has defined herself as an important new voice in the field. Moon breathes new life into fashion with her personal narratives and truths, and her acute sense of how to create the visuals of our time.  Moon brings her inimitable approach to image-making, and prodigious knowledge of editing, design, casting and styling to publications including AnOther Magazine, Arena Homme+, British Vogue, Dazed, i-DM le Magazine du MondeModern Matter, and Re-Edition and as well as the visual identities of brands including Adidas, Kenzo, Opening Ceremony, Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney, Stussy, Supreme, and Topshop.
 

Joyce Ng is a London-based fashion photographer who grew up in Hong Kong and graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2014. An interview can be found via DAZED.

Program :  Sat 09 Mar 2019 Masterclass: Lost In Translation with Hanna Moon & Joyce NG
https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/whats-on/hanna-moon-joyce-ng-english-as-a-second-language

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IMAGE // Hanna Moon & Joyce NG: English as a Second Language / Somersethouse London
IMAGE // Hanna Moon & Joyce NG: English as a Second Language / Somersethouse London
IMAGE // Hanna Moon & Joyce NG: English as a Second Language / Somersethouse London
IMAGE // Hanna Moon & Joyce NG: English as a Second Language / Somersethouse London
IMAGE // Hanna Moon & Joyce NG: English as a Second Language / Somersethouse London
GoSee Alphonse Mucha at Musée du Luxembourg, Paris
The Czech illustrator, graphic designer, painter and interior decorator Alphonse Mucha is one of the best-known representatives of the early 20th-century art nouveau movement. From 12 September 2018 to 27 January 2019, the Musée du Luxembourg is presenting a comprehensive overview of his work (paintings, drawings, posters, photographs, items of furniture, etc.). Although art nouveau is the primary focus, the exhibition also evokes the creative atmosphere and artistic upheavals of the belle époque. museeduluxembourg.fr © // 2 files // show complete blog
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