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Posts Tagged ‘photography’

An interview with fashion designer Masha Ma

Womenswear label Masha Ma have announced their debut at this year's London Fashion Week, so we caught up with Masha for a chat…

Written by Ester Kneen


Masha Ma, discount AW 2011, illustrated by Holly Exley

Womenswear label Masha Ma, described as "semi-couture”, features fabulously chic and powerful silhouettes with a contemporary yet elegant feel. The stunning structural tailoring is shown beautifully through dramatic styling and inspirational photography.  

Masha completed her MA in Womenswear at Central Saint Martins in 2008, where her collection was selected to be shown at London Fashion Week and went on to be bought by B Store. She then went on to win the 'Mouse Ji Best International Innovation’ Award at 2009's China Contemporary Design Contest. 

This year she will also be presenting her collection at the Palais du Louvre during Paris Fashion Week in October. And with… read more

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Interview with Illustrator Tigz Rice before the launch of her new picturebook Bitten

conversation with the amazing Tigz, Bitten is out on the 7th of August 2010 and available for pre-order untill the end of July.

Written by Jenny Robins

Active Child. Photography by Amelia Gregory. The falsetto sounds of Active Child were our new discovery for Saturday morning. American Pat Grossi alone on stage with just his mixer and […]

Royal College of Art Show One 2010: Photography and Printmaking

Show One at the RCA throws up an unlikely mix of Climate Rush inspired lithographs, monsters in ballet shoes and kitchen implements designed to produce screenprints.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Aniela Murphy/NeltonMandelton. The Yes Men began when founders Mike and Andy received an invitation intended for the director-general of the World Trade Organisation – via their fake WTO […]

EXPOSED: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera at Tate Modern: A Review

A fascinating new photography exhibition at the Tate Modern attempts to unravel our complex relationship with the camera.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Detail from the Head series, doctor 2001, see by Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Exposed: Voyeurism, cost Surveillance and the Camera at the Tate Modern claims to be the first major exhibition to […]

An interview with fashion photographer Cynthia Berger

Berlin-based fashion photographer talks abouth her father, her work and her future. See many of her photographs including some exclusive to Amelia's Magazine!

Written by Matt Bramford
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Introducing The Weird and Wonderful Art of Thuva-Lisa Ceder

Meet 19 year old illustrator and artist Thuva-Lisa Ceder, also known as Kaffe med Kaka. She's got a very warped mind for one so young...

Written by Aimee O'Neill

Illustration by Aniela Murphy/Neltonmandelton. The Rag Factory, this Brick Lane, page will be playing host to The London Zine Symposium on the 29th of May, capsule an event celebrating DIY […]

8 Tips for Making a Successful Impression at Alternative Fashion Week

Discover how a website and social media can maximise your career prospects in fashion.

Written by Amelia Gregory

All photography by Amelia Gregory. Alternative Fashion Week is a wonderful thing, visit this site truly, no rx but as I have written about it over the past week the […]

Alternative Fashion Week 2010 at Spitalfields Market: An Introduction.

Alternative Fashion Week 2010 runs at Spitalfields Market between 19th - 23rd April 2010. Here's my introduction to this exciting event for up and coming fashion designers.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Alternative Fashion Week is a funny old beast, stuff one that I’ve been getting to know rather well over the past week. And really getting to become rather fond of. […]

Fountain of Youth: A profile on photographer Lucia Pang

The work of Lucia Pang is already strong in comparison to her professional contemporaries, but wait until you find out how old she is...

Written by Amica Lane

Looking at the work of Lucia Pang will no doubt bring you to the conclusion that this photographer has an incredible eye and talent. When I tell you in earnest, […]

Frans Lanting and Philip Glass: LIFE: A Journey Through Time performed at the Barbican by the LSO

A review of the multimedia performance of LIFE: A Journey Through Time, performed at the Barbican by the London Symphony Orchestra on 21st February 2010. And a commentary on the Q&A session held afterwards with Frans Lanting, conductor Marin Alsop and Cameron Hepburn.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Frans Lanting. Illustration by Joanne Young. Way back in the depths of February I went for a very different night out in the middle of London Fashion Week. This was […]

Fashion in Berlin?

Matt Bramford hunts high and low for fashion on the streets of Berlin, but ends up disappointed. Until, that is, he finds the Museum für Fotografie and Helmut Newton...

Written by Matt Bramford

Illustrations by Daniel Almeroth A surprisingly balmy (well, more about pill if 14 degrees can constitute ‘balmy’) evening at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen beckoned me in last week, viagra […]

Spotlight: Matteo Patocchi

Photographer, Matteo Patocchi explores space with a series of beautiful photographs for Amelia's Magazine...

Written by Amica Lane

All photography by Matteo Patocchi After studying Graphic Design in Switzerland, what is ed Matteo Patocchi relocated to London to graduate in photography. This collection, order entitled ‘Houston I Have […]

Through the Lens: An Interview with Dean Chalkley

Dean Chalkley talks to Amelia's Magazine about life, death, photography and mincing machines of life.

Written by Amica Lane
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Gavin Bond: Music 21st Century Rock n’ Royalty

Enter the sexy world of one of the most acclaimed music photographers!

Written by Laura Havlin

Ramon Gurillo by Katie Harnett In this blog I’m going to kill two fashionable birds with one stone. Mainly because they were designers I’ve never heard of before and also […]

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Petra Noordkamp: Chasing the Male Gaze

Dutch female photographer Petra Noordkamp reveals her world, influences and future projects in this exclusive interview.

Written by Louisa Lee

All photographs courtesy of Petra Noordkamp Louisa Lee: Your photos seem very spontaneous. Do you have an idea in advance of what you’re going to photograph? Petra Noordkamp: Most of […]

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Leon Diaper: Photographer Spotlight

Leon Diaper's photography takes you for a walk on the wild side of modern America

Written by Leon Diaper

With a passion for the natural world and the understanding that things are going the wrong way, capsule Wietse started getting involved with activism in his Dutch homeland at the […]

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London Art Fair 2010

The London Art Fair 2010 was held from the 13 to the 17th of January 2010 in Islington. Zanny Mellor enjoyed losing herself amongst this annual hustle and bustle of bountiful creativity!

Written by Zanny Mellor

Thomas Allen, view Unreachable, viagra 100mg 2009, adiposity Chromogenic Print, 20 x 24 inches, Courtesy of Foley Gallery I always get rather excited about large art fairs or exhibitions as […]

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Earth at The Royal Academy of Art

The Earth show or the Art of a changing world at the Royal Academy of Art was a grand sweeping affair. Art editor Valerie Pezeron attended the press view and reports for those who missed it.

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Mariele Neudecker, ailment ’400 Thousand Generations’, 2009. Steel, fiberglass, water, salt GAC100. 153 x 113 x 55 cm. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm. Photo courtesy the artist I […]

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From One Extreme to the Other at Idea Generation Gallery

As the Nat Finkelstein retrospective enters its final week, Amy Hughes discovers the photographer’s true role in US cultural and political exposé

Written by Amy Hughes

Mikey filming in the beautiful Huancabamba valley.  All photos courtsey of Mikey Watts. I’d first heard about Mikey’s film back in October. Perusing The Guardian, thumb I noticed a video and […]

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Duke Press Launch – One of a Kind

New collective Duke Press puts the creative back into independent publishing. Contributor Alex Lee Katz attended the launch night.

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They’ve already been creating quite a bit of buzz over here but it looks like 2010 could be the year of The Drums. Their EP Summertime is already available to […]