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    What will you ask Wolfgang Tillmans?

    Less than a week left to submit your questions for our latest In Camera series interview with Turner Prize winning photographer, Wolfgang Tillmans!

    SHOWstudio are allowing a global online audience - as well as the interviewee’s friends and collaborators - to pose questions regarding politics, his creative process and thoughts on modern society and photography during this live unedited broadcast. 

    Lou Stoppard will interview Wolfgang Tillmans 10 April 2017 12:15 GMT. The interview times with the Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017 exhibition at the Tate Modern running until 11 June 2017. 

    Submit your question here for a chance to have it featured in this exclusive live stream interview!

  2. by SHOWstudio .

    Natalie Choi is our Design Download Winner!

    Natalie Choi is the winner of our eleventh Design Download competition!

    The pattern was kindly given by British Womenswear designer Simone Rocha, winner of the 2016 Best British Womenswear Designer Award, from her S/S 14 collection. The original collection was based around Rocha's Irish upbringing, while still inkeeping with the elegant femininity signature within her work.

    Choi's interpretation used block colour and stiff suede to highlight the cut and varying elements. An interesting contrast and alternate rendition to the original piece.

    As a result of her fantastic entry, Choi will recieve a specially commissioned print from Fiona Gourlay, which displays her interpretation of the S/S 14 skirt.

    Congratulations to Natalie Choi! 

     

  3. by SHOWstudio .

    Alice Hawkins is taking over the SHOWstudio Tumblr!

    Starting this Saturday 1 April, London-based photographer Alice Hawkins will be taking over the SHOWstudio Tumblr!

    From joining our ‘In Conversation’ interview series, to solo projects such as ‘Alice does Vegas’, 'Alice's Adventures' and ‘The Good Life’, Hawkins’ work is frequently featured on SHOWstudio.

    During the week-long takeover, Hawkins will share more of her work on a series of posts that showcase her creative approach.

    Head to the SHOWstudio Tumblr to keep up with Hawkins’ take over from 1-7 April!

  4. by SHOWstudio .

    New project! 'Constructed' launches today!

    Constructed launches today!

    As a fashion film championing platform, SHOWstudio has always encouraged and supported up-and-coming fashion filmmakers. Last year, we began collaborating with Zhejiang Fashion Institute, in Ningbo, China, by providing its students multiple film briefs to follow. Created by SHOWstudio Director Nick Knight, designer Gareth Pugh and artist Rei Nadal, each brief consisted of exploring different film matters, such as fashion in motion, portraits and narratives.

    Watch the winning films as they showcase students exploring the concepts of fashion film for the first time, as well as making use of the unique materials at their disposal.

    Inspired by the influence of late Chinese photographer Ren Hang, Lara Johnson-Wheeler has written an essay, Red Flag, Blue Pencil, exploring the effect the 'The Great Firewall of China' has had on creativity and self-expression.

    Conducted by SHOWstudio Junior Editor Georgina Evans, Constructed also features an image-led interview with artist and educator Layla Sailor, explaining how censorship influences the education of young filmmakers in China.

    Examine the balance of expression and restraint in art, fashion and photography now.

  5. by SHOWstudio .

    Happy Birthday Lady Gaga!

    Happy Birthday Lady Gaga! 
     
    Today SHOWstudio celebrates the birthday of fashion icon and pop sensation, Lady Gaga.
     
    Explore Gaga's long standing collaborative contributions to SHOWstudio, from her 'Monster Ball' world tour visuals to modelling the Tom Ford S/S 16 collection in Nick Knight's eponymous fashion film.
     
    'I’ve always been famous - just nobody knew about it,' says Gaga in our 2010 'In Camera' interview. 'Fame is on the inside.'  
  6. by SHOWstudio .

    Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017

    In preparation for the latest installment in our In Camera series, SHOWstudio visited the most recent exhibition of Turner Prize winning photographer, Wolfgang Tillmans.

    Held in the South Tank of the Tate Modern, the curated aesthetic was true to Tillmans' style. Through exploring the possibilities of space, Tillmans provoked an emotional reaction from the viewer; whether that was through varied size of prints in each room or the emmersive sound experience. 

    The starting point for the work featured was 2003, often noted as the time when Tillmans' became politically awakened. The political theme continued heavily throughout. It was apparent that this exhibition was to be remembered as a moment in time - 2017 to be exact. He was clear in his political feelings. Having walked around, you got the sense that, for him, doing this exhibition may have been somewhat theraputic. Working through his ideals of the last fourteen years must have allowed some clarity of thought.

    Spread through fourteen rooms, the viewer is able to move seamlessly between the old and the new. His work with i-D, his personal documentation of friends and family and even his collaborative work with Frank Ocean sat comfortably next to each other whilst conveying Tillmans' greater message. No matter what you left the exhibition feeling, one thing was for sure, it made you think and reflect; having a voice in these current times is very important. 

    Lou Stoppard will interview Wolfgang Tillmans on the 10th April 2017 12:15 GMT, as part of our rolling In Camera interview series. The exhibition continues to run at The Tate Modern until 11 June 2017. 

  7. by SHOWstudio .

    'North' Essay Launch

    North: Identity, Photography, Fashion is an exhibition curated by Lou Stoppard and Adam Murray coinciding with the North series, featured on SHOWstudio.

    The aim was to unpick the identity typically associated with The North of England through a variety of mediums including; photography, text and fashion. Held at the Open Eye Gallery, in Liverpool, the exhibition opened on the 5 January and will finish on 19 March 2017.

    The SHOWstudio series ran alongside the exhibition with exclusive interviews and essays provided by creatives from the North. These included designers such as Claire Barrow, Gareth Pugh, Christopher ShannonAs part of the exhibition promotion SHOWstudio took over the Open Eye Gallery's instagram for a week, showing snippets of these interviews and imagery provided. 

    The final essay, launched today on SHOWstudio, discusses the importance of photography as a medium to express fashion, especially in The North of England, the essay reflects and contemplates the impact of new media on this. 

    Revist all the series has to offer now or head to see the exhibtiion before the 19 March.

     

     

  8. by SHOWstudio .

    Check out the new S/S 17 arrivals on the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store!

    S/S 17 arrivals have launched on the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A shop, with three new collections having just dropped!

    The latest collection from ICA graduate Paula Knorr highlights her artistic background, as expressed through the clothing. Ottolinger play with the theme of contrast in their latest S/S 17 offering. The looks portray a new kind of sexuality with deconstructed construction being a key theme. Don't miss the latest collections from these emerging designers now!

    Get spring ready in Sadie Williams colourful nautical collection this season. The garments can be explored on the SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A e-store now.

  9. by SHOWstudio .

    SHOWstudio is taking over Open Eye Gallery’s Instagram!

    From 6 March to 12 March SHOWstudio will be taking over the Open Eye Gallery Instagram!

    We’ll be showing you a combination of interview clips and imagery as part of our takeover, celebrating the North: Identity, Photography, Fashion exhibition, which explores the way the North of England is depicted, constructed and celebrated in select photographs, artworks, and fashion collections. 

    Curated by Lou Stoppard and Adam Murray, the exhibition coincides with SHOWstudio's North interview series in which designers and creatives, such as Gareth Pugh and Claire Barrow, hailing from the North of England discuss the impact the region has had on their upbringing and creative output. 

     

  10. by SHOWstudio Shop .

    New Gosha Rubchinskiy Drop - S/S 17 is in store!

    New items from Gosha Rubchinskiy have just landed in our SHOWstudio/MACHINE-A online store!

    The S/S 17 collection saw Rubchinskiy collaborate with adored Italian sportswear brands; Fila, Kappa and Sergio Tacchini. 

    Landing today are a medley of zip-up hoodies, corduroy two pieces and sportswear looks. 

    See the looks on the runway as part of our collections coverage, and peruse the rest of our menswear stock for Raf Simons, Delada and more

  11. by SHOWstudio .

    SHOWstudio's latest exhibition: Moving Kate

    SHOWstudio's latest exhibition Moving Kate is now open to the public! 

    Moving Kate showcases Kate Moss as seen by 30 of the world's most exciting contemporary fashion illustrators and creatives including Unskilled Worker, Jenifer Corker and Nick Knight himself. 

    Featuring footage from SHOWstudio’s exclusive archives, the exhibition includes a range of fashion films, specially-commissioned illustrations, and 3D printed sculptures all capturing Moss's ability to surprise and transform before the camera.

    Stop by and visit our space! We're open 10:30 - 18:00 SHOWstudio, 22d Ebury Street, Belgravia, London SW1W 0LU. 

     

     

     

  12. by SHOWstudio .

    Poppy Waddilove is our London Womenswear A/W 17 Illustrator!

    London Fashion Week kicks off today! Every season, SHOWstudio commissions a new artist to interpret key runway looks from the current collections. 

    Poppy Waddilove is a London-based painter and fashion illustrator. A regular attendee at London Fashion Week, where she sketches live from the runway, Waddilove's work is inspired by dream-like emotion, capturing the line and gestures of the body and creating spontaneity of movement.

    Waddilove will be illustrating here in our SHOWstudio space over the LFW collections! Follow our social media platforms to watch her live or head to the SHOWstudio Tumblr to stay updated on Poppy Waddilove's take on the LFW collections!

  13. by SHOWstudio .

    Found in Translation launches tonight!

    'Found in Translation', the new exhibition of work from London College of Fashion’s MA17 Media and Communication graduates, launches tonight at the House of Vans London! 

    London College of Fashion and House of Vans bring together fashion and music, style and talent in this free interactive and multi-disciplinary show. The eight day exhibition showcases work from courses including MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Journalism, MA Fashion Photography and MA Costume for Performance and will run alongside a series of related events, talks and workshops spotlighting a new generation of communicators, practitioners and researchers. 

    'Celebrating Female Fashion Image Makers' will be held on Sunday 19 February from 12.30 to 13.45, as new graduate talent from London College of Fashion including Clara Giaminardi and Camilla Glorioso will present their work and discuss the relevance of gender in fashion photography. This will be followed by Kathryn Ferguson on 'Feminism and Fashion Filmmaking' from 15.00 - 17.00. Ferguson will speak on her work and discuss her unique perspective with Nilgin Yusuf.

    'Found in Translation' will be running from Thursday 16 February to Sunday 26 February 2017.

  14. by SHOWstudio .

    Julie Filipenko is our New York Womenswear A/W 17 Illustrator!

    New York Fashion Week has begun! Interpreting the runway looks this season is illustrator Julie Filipenko.
     
    Julie Filipenko is an artist from Tel Aviv, Israel. Her work depicts the strange relationship between innocence and perversion.
    Filipenko is known for her unique way of combining youthful subjects with woodland creatures  
     
    Head to the SHOWStudio Tumblr to see her A/W 17 illustrations. 
  15. by Lara Johnson-Wheeler .

    Alba Hodsoll's show 'PoV' at Cob Gallery

    Last night, young British artist Alba Hodsoll opened her show 'PoV' at the Cob Gallery, 25 Royal College Street. Curated by SHOWstudio contributor Dominic Jones and founder of GIRLS ONLY Antonia Marsh, the show explores perspective, the representation of the nude form and the question of anonymity in intimacy.  

    'PoV' borrows its title from an acronym that describes a genre of pornography in which sexual acts are filmed and watched from the point of view of one partner. Lit by imposing red bulbs, the works explore scenes of sexual activity, a concept that becomes apparent only with a shift of perspective. Hodsoll creates limbs, genitals and juicy flanks through rounded areas of colour and fluid lines implying negation of space. Distorting the relationship between viewer and subject, the pieces force the viewer into a narcissistic self-comparison with the work. 

    The show features both large scale canvases and delicate minute works on linen, board, paper or leather. The red 'Sold' dots peppered the walls of the gallery at the Private View last night, a clear indication that people want a piece of 'PoV'. Hodsoll maintains a presence in her work. Her heavily cropped and zoomed-in sex scenes can’t help but lead one to wonder where the artist is viewing the scene and who precisely is present, inspiring an inevitable voyeuristic interest in not only the works, but their creator as well.

    ‘PoV’ is open at the Cob Gallery from 9 – 25 February 2017. 

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