With an irresistible location overlooking the Chao Phraya River, Sven Ellsworth photographs the stunning Four Seasons Bangkok.
Eugenio Recuenco photographs, pop-soul recoding artist, Imany.
Described as an artist who represents the rise of femininity in modern-day Africa. Imany, in her latest work, reinterprets some of the great moments in the history of pop, with her voice and eight cellos.
Imany first gained notoriety after the release of her first two albums , The shape of a broken hearth, 2011; and The wrong kind of war, 2016, and for composing and performing the soundtrack for Audrey Dana’s film Sous les jupes des filles [French Women; 2014]. The artist has so far explored soul, folk and blues, but now she is focusing on pop and, reminding us with her voice of the increasing role of women on the present-day African continent, she does a rather unusual review of pop songs, reinterpreting themes by artists such as Cat Stevens and Radiohead, as well as music from similar genres by artists such as Donna Summer and Bob Marley. She relives these great songs in a special way: with her fascinating voice accompanied by the music of eight cellos on stage. This makes for a performance and musical experience that involves symphonic orchestration, conducted by the artist, who is well known for her artistic perfectionism and ambition.
We are proud to announce the opening of 365° by Eugenio Recuenco in Bangkok. The critically acclaimed exhibition is currently open to the public until August 15 at River City Bangkok.
Through photography, light-box installations and video, 365° explores in moments in history and the influences of art, current affairs, politics, disasters, mankind’s achievements and more. Events such as the 9/11 attack on New York’s World Trade Centre, highlights of the life of the United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth II, the premiere screening of the movie, Star Wars, the creative works of some of the world’s most loved artists: Banksy, Edward Hopper, Salvador Dali, René Magritte, Mondrian and Van Gogh.
365° is Spanish fashion photographer and artist, Eugenio Recuenco’s most ambitious project to date. The exhibition name, ‘365°’ (365 degrees) refers to Recuenco’s thoughts about the world and travel. It is a humorous, sometimes cynical, often optimistic view of the world. Eight years in the making, 120 models and a production team of 300 staff worked on the exhibition which has been shown in Barcelona, Madrid, London, Valencia, Shanghai and Taipei and in May, Bangkok. 365° is a photographic journey following 50 years of civilisation.
With this exhibition, Recuenco encourages visitors to think more deeply about the events shown in his photographs.
Revel in the unique with the latest film directed for GRAFF by John-Paul Pietrus.
For the October issue of Vogue Hong Kong, Fast Management’s Jason Bonello photographs the Mediterranean inspired home shared by fashion influencer and blogger Feiping Chang and husband Lincoln Li.
Fast Management is delighted to present the sale of works by our renowned artist, Eugenio Recuenco, from his critically acclaimed 365º exhibition exclusively to collectors in the Asia Pacific Region.
365º is a collection 365 images, 8 years in the making, 120 models, a team of 300 and the vision of a single artist.
365º is a journey through the last 50 years of our time, reflecting on our virtues and imperfections and a stroll in the memories of the exceptional mind of artist, Eugenio Recuenco.
365º is a review of contemporary history from the history of art to social networks. Photographs that play with space to deceive the senses, to arouse strong emotions and to encourage the viewer to form an opinion. In the analysis of reality, today’s society is placed in front of a mirror.
Olivier Desarte photographs the latest collection by Belgian designer, Édouard Vermeulen for his fashion house Natan.
100 Sydney Street is a modern luxury redevelopment of a substantial property in the London district of Chelsea.
Turning Heads is a photography exhibition by Jonathan Glynn-Smith inspired by the freedom of living for which Chelsea in London became a symbol in the 1970s. The portrait series is currently on display at 100 Sydney Street to mark the completion of the sought after redevelopment.
Moonwalk is the latest project from PJ Lam in which she collaborated with Hong Kong artist, Carla Chan.
ABOUT CARLA CHAN:
Carla Chan works with a variety of media including video, installation, photography and interactive media. Much like the never-ending development of new technology Chan considers media art as a medium with infinite possibilities for artistic expressions.
Minimal in style and form Chan’s works often toys with the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion, figure and abstraction. Her recent work focuses on the ambiguity in nature. Bridging natural transformation and unpredictable computer algorithms, her work is consolidated with a cohesive dynamic between form, means and content.
We get very excited when our photographers send us personal work which in not commissioned and photographed in the pursuit of development and interest.
In these latest images Richard Wadey decided to capture the magical beauty of light trails in Arctic Finland.