Lisa Wassmann is a photographic artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. Raised in the midst of a divided city as the daughter of a magician and a sound engineer.
Favour and disgrace would seem equally to be feared; honour and great calamity, to be regarded as personal conditions (of the same kind).
This coming June (2016), with the theme P1tt1 Lucky Numb3r5, Pitti Immagine is betting on numbers: their aesthetic, graphic and symbolic qualities in fashion and beyond.
No, we will not be looking at numbers as indices of quantity but at the beauty of their lines, at whether they – the numbers – are right or wrong, exact or estimates, that we can be number one or two or zero, that there are lucky numbers and unlucky ones.
Whether we realize it or not, numbers are always in and around our lives, so in June eye-catching numbers will fill the entire Fortezza da Basso.
Pitti Immagine knows a lot about numbers and at Pitti Lucky Numbers we will tell you all about them with an ironic twist; design by Oliviero Baldini.
Breeze melody, sunken ships,
wreck endorse – quietly surviving.
Marika Hackman – I Follow Rivers (Lykke Li Cover) – 2014
Riccardo Sinigallia – Cadere – 2013
Urata Keishi – Lose Loose Bounds – 2003
Peter Broderick – A Snowflake – 2008
Helios – Bless This Morning Year – 2006
Grouper – Invisible – 2008
Burial – In McDonalds – 2007
Tape – Parade – 2008
Holy Other – In Difference – 2012
Parra for Cuva & Anna Naklab – Solo for Lotus – 2012
DJ Shadow – Sad And Lonely – 2011
Milosh – My Life – 2006
The Album Leaf – Gust Of… – 2001
The XX – Angels (Jelacee Remix) – 2012
Dntel – High Horses Theme – 1998
Télépopmusik – Breathe (Extended Jazz Version) – 2001
Illustrator and designer Matthew Billington.
Recent years have seen the artist tend towards more a vintage quality with modern take.
This eye-catching, puzzling methodology of cutting and pasting Matthew Billington has produced a body of work that extends into the far reaches of the art and design worlds.
Kangding Ray “These Are My Rivers”, official music video by about:blank.
Now when Saum awoke he remembered his dream, and fear came upon him for his sin. And he called unto him his Mubids, and questioned them concerning the stripling of the Mount Alberz, and whether this could be indeed his son, for surely frosts and heat must long since have destroyed him.