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Camille Henrot - Grosse Fatigue
Romain Baro - À L’Américane
Vanessa Beecroft - VB 66
‘‘I’m flattered but at the same time, I find it very dangerous, like a wild world where it’s very fast and you could easily be forgotten. Personally, I’m repulsed by pop culture! I don’t like the music, I don’t like the imagery, I like only very little fashion… I don’t like the objectification of everything: the sexiness, the sensuality. I find it shallow. I do get depressed when I look at a magazine. I never went to a discotheque. I could never bear it! I never wanted to belong to that because it feels juvenile and therefore decadent. We’re going to age! So I want to prepare all my life to age with dignity. It is just a sphere that I never found interesting’’. - Vanessa Beecroft
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Aron Filkey - Look as if
Eden Bannet - Back Stage
Minh.T - Morning Sound
Namsa Leuba - YaKaLaBen
‘‘A picture is not reality, voilà. My photos speak about ethnocentrism and clichés but also about ambiguity, how we all think in clichés to a certain extent. I know that I look at things in a certain way, and that I have prejudices. In my photos I like to address these. So I take photos from my own imagination, but I know that it isn’t reality. I know I didn’t find things like this, I constructed the picture myself’’. - Namsa Leuba
Tom Skipp - Amasunzu
‘‘Amasunzu is a hairstyle unique to Rwanda. Notifying social status it used to be worn by kings, queens, warriors and villagers. Now it is rarely found on the streets of Kigali, and causes people to stop in their tracks.’’. - Tom Skipp
Nosi Ginga - Marumo Yeoville, Johannesburg
Faces and Phase
Lesego - Magwai, Pretoria
Nosipho Solundwana - Parktown, Johannesburg
Nhlanhla Esther Mofokeng - Thokoza, Johannesburg
Sacha Kalmplex - Morrison, Toronto
Manucha - Muizenberg, Cape Town
Tumi Mkhuma - Yeoville, Johannesburg
Sheila Plaatjie pParktown Johannesburg
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Ai Wei Wei - Wooden Ball
Ai Wei Wei - Huali Wood
‘‘Censorship is saying: ‘I’m the one who says the last sentence. Whatever you say, the conclusion is mine.’ But the internet is like a tree that is growing. The people will always have the last word - even if someone has a very weak, quiet voice. Such power will collapse because of a whisper’’. - Ai Wei Wei
Huang Yong Ping - Leviathanation
Sakarin Krue - On Lotus Pod Lead
Sakarin Krue - Yellow Simple
Ran Hwang - Third Floor
Mijoo Kim - The Mothe of the Sea
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Malick Sidibé - Un Yé Yé En Position
Harley Weir - Homes