Hidden Details

Posted 28/03/16 by YourStudio

A cultural overview of current and upcoming happenings & must-sees, giving an insight in the YS weekly inspirations!

 

Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery

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5 April - 4 September

The Rolling Stones have shaped popular culture, often in their own image. From never before seen dressing room and backstage paraphernalia to rare instruments, the exhibition will show a unique perspective from the band's own archive. Over 500 original Stones' artefacts, with striking cinematic and interactive technologies offering the most comprehensive and immersive insight into the band's fascinating fifty year history.

To read more about this, visit this link.

 

Inspiring to follow: @sergjios

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"I just want people to understand that it is important to redefine the way they look at their own neighbourhood by showing it in a fresh and positive way. Show the unnoticed, the hidden details, the changing lights."

An inspiring Instagram account by Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar, who takes an abstract look at the concrete forms, architectural buildings, and the play between natural light and shadow in his hometown Beirut.

To follow Serge Najjar, visit the link here.  

 

Wallpaper Graduate Directory 2016

3left by Kaja Solgaard, right top by Mizuki Odshiro and right bottom by Pascal Hein

Explore the newest talents in design, travel, visual communication, photography, fashion, architecture and transport in Wallpaper's Graduate Directory 2016, visit the link here.

 

States of Mind at the Wellcome Collection

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Until 16 October

Tracing the edges of consciousness, the exhibition will examine perspectives from artists, psychologists, philosophers and neuroscientists to interrogate our understanding of the conscious experience.

The exhibition explores phenomena as somnambulism, synaesthesia, disorders of memory and consciousness. There will be a series of changing installations - the first one is by Imogen Stidworthy.

To read more about this, visit this link.

 

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