A collection of the coolest cultural goings-on this week, as curated by Coggles.
Paper Journal Turns 3
Online magazine Paper Journal celebrates its 3rd birthday today with an exhibition at London’s Webber Gallery Space. The exhibition showcases the best visual arts to have appeared in the magazine during its three years. It will run until 23rd September.
This week has been a week of announcements. While Apple unveiled the ins and outs of the new iPhone 7, Kanye West attempted to trump its big unveiling with no less than six announcements. In addition to a new children’s line and confirming an upcoming album with Drake to Vogue, Yeezy announced that he will be exploring a new jewellery line, an expanded YEEZY adidas Innovation line, the potential for brick and mortar YEEZY stores, plus the arrival of YEEZY season 4.
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A Dizzying Trip to the ‘60s at the V&A
Opening this Saturday (10th September) at London’s V&A, a new exhibition—entitled You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970—explores the era-defining impact of the late 1960s on 20th and 21st century fashion, film, music, design and political activism. The exhibition runs until 26th Find out more over on the V&A.
Image property of Lewis Morley, 1963. © Lewis Morley/National Media Museum/Science & Society Picture Library
David Seibner in Milan
Celebrating 25 years at 10 Corso Como, Milan’s Carla Sozzani Galleria offers an exhibition by David Seibner, a leading fashion photographer of the ‘80s and ‘90s. The exhibition comprises 50 photographs exploring Seibner’s work in fashion, portrait and art history. The exhibition will run until 1st Find out more at the Carla Sozzani Galleria.
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David Shrigley for Tiger
Satirical British artist David Shrigley has developed a new range of products for Danish company Tiger, recently rebranded as Flying Tiger Copenhagen. Working with the brand in an attempt to make art more accessible, Shrigley’s collection includes iPad covers, pens, pencils and yoga mats all marked with some of the artist’s famously witty remarks. Read more about the collection at Flying Tiger Copenhagen.
Words by Liam Roberts. Header image © MGM / THE KOBAL COLLECTION