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After Britney Spears published a video painting on Instagram, it seems that the highlight has arrived: this Saturday will be her first exhibition.
We talk to the photographer and creative director Adriana Roslin about the artist’s eternal struggle, his projects, influences and much more.
To recover the rhythm and enter 2020 as it deserves, Barcelona offers us the following plans…
New year, new life. Or so they say. What’s really not going to be new is that this year we’re not going to stop either.
Two days ago we were celebrating the last night of the year. A break for work and we go on. The first weekend of 2020 is also to be celebrated.
Elon Musk has introduced the most futuristic and powerful version you’ve ever seen of this type of vehicle. That’s the Tesla Cybertruck electric car.
The Spanish DJ and performer is pure femininity and disruption under a divine halo that provides an artistic approach pretty unique in the scene.
Banksy has promoted the concept of graffiti art, seconded as vandalism and persecuted by law. Now, his ex-agent filters unpublished images.
The book “Diesel, Dream, Disruption, Deviation, Denim” immerses us in a journey through the four decades of evolution of the Italian brand.
Ridley Scott will direct the film about the murder of Maurizio Gucci. The protagonist of “A star is born” will play Patrizia Reggiani, Gucci’s ex-wife.
This weekend in Barcelona we spread the circles of hell over the four days of the holidays. You are going to want to sin.
In this dark and gloomy weekend, we let ourselves be carried away by the Halloween vibes and we dance with the dead. No rest, like vampires.
The festival of experimental art and electronic music L.E.V. held for the first time an edition in the capital. That’s how the experience was.
Director Sharna Osborne immerses us in an imaginary of 90’s codes, surrealism and subcultural movements that transgress the fashion system.
The photographer, David LaChapelle, known for his surreal portraits of celebrities, has joined Lavazza to create the 2020 calendar.
Cali Thornhill opens the doors to a creative universe. @caramelbobby has achieved a cultural background that has transcended the globe from top to bottom.
LEV was already approaching a non-stop weekend in the capital, but it seems that the rest of the clubs have allied to make us implode completely.
The artist’s elusive online store, Gross Domestic Product, is now open to the public. But shopping in it isn’t as easy as it sounds.
Condé Nast’s iconic photographer, Annie Leibovitz, has just created an account at Instagram. At the moment, she has 67K followers and 4 photographs.
Documentary about Martin Margiela has just announced its release date and confirmed other relevant details about the film.
Whatever you like, we have compiled the best of this weekend so that you can choose what you like or so that, like us, you can sign up for everything.