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Gypsies in Saintes Maries de La Mer

October 25, 2013

A Photo Essay - French Gypsies

Isabella Melody Moore is an Australian photojournalist living in Paris. Isabella documents this lucid, yet heartfelt photo essay of the gypsies from Saintes Maries de La Mer in France.

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Marseille Glitters

September 9, 2013

New Art and Architecture Perspectives in Marseille

'A Magazine' looks at why Marseilles is aglow as the European Culture Capital. By Julia Champtaloup

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La Dolce Vita – Italian Riviera

September 2, 2013

Photographer - Gray Malin

With a week of all things 'Italian' we thought we'd share some of the work of this great young American photographer, Gray Malin.

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Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis, London and Rome

August 21, 2013

Photographer Sebastião Salgado's incredible exhibition has been eight years in the making. His 'Genesis' is on show in both Rome and London. By Julia Champtaloup

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Who is Neville Wakefield?

August 21, 2013

Curator, Arts Writer, Director of Destricted, New York

Curator and writer on contemporary art, culture and photography - he sounds like one of the many New York arty types - but unlike Wakefield, not many of them have the title of creative director of Playboy and Nike, write for W Magazine and Art Forum or curate at MOMA PS1, Art Basel and Biennales. 'A Magazine's' Rebecca Ryba interned with Neville Wakefield in 2011. Two years on she talks with him about his projects and life in the big apple.

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Art + Trees; Beyond the City

October 25, 2013

Art outside Manhattan

If the heat and traffic are too much and you want an adventure outside of New York City - there are several well-established sculpture parks and contemporary art centres within one to two hours of New York City, offering art galore, shaded walks and cool green lawns. Julia Champtaloup gives us a run down on the best ...

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The Typhoon, Dick Quan’s Pacific Rim Vision

August 2, 2013

Toby Blyth talks with highly regarded art collector and doctor, Dick Quan, about the Pacific Rim aesthetic on the international art scene.

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White Rabbit Gallery, Sydney

July 26, 2013

White Rabbit Gallery - Sydney

The White Rabbit Gallery in Chippendale, should be a 'definite' on your list to see art that will challenge any preconceptions you may have of chinese art. The gallery showcases memorable and defining modern art by chinese artists in eclectic quarterly exhibitions. Toby Blyth explains.

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Barren But Beautiful

November 12, 2013

Bas Princen, Rotterdam-Based Photographer

'A Magazine' explores the work of Dutch photographer and trained architect, Bas Princen. By Rachel Ang.

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All I have to do is dream – Musée du Quai Branly, Paris

June 4, 2013

The dedication of Lena Nyadbi's Dayiwul Lirlmin

Our now roving francophile Toby Blyth attends the dedication of Dayiwul Lirlmin, Lena Nyadbi's painting and roof mural in the esteemed company of the artist herself and Australia's Governor General Bryce at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris.

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Cultural Confidence Grows in Hong Kong

June 4, 2013

Art Basel Hong Kong

Hong Kong is evolving into an art magnet, attracting serious contemporary art collectors as confidence grows with M+ and Art Basel Hong Kong leading the way. By Julia Champtaloup.

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Après nous le deluge – Venice Part 2

June 4, 2013

Central Asia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Pavilions

We bring you more of the 55th Biennale preview - the rains arrived in Venice and the glamour may just have been a little tarnished - however 'A Magazine's' Toby Blyth dons a stylish raincoat, and heads back out.

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