October 11, 2018

The first project by the KKA label was the rework of the traditional Indian saree for the modern working woman.

Keith embraced his Indian origins and used his knowledge on textiles and Indian clothing to create vibrant sarees in silk, printed digitally with patter...

July 23, 2018

La elección del cuenco en la ceremonia del té, el jarrón que realza el arreglo de ikebana, o la relación entre atador (cuerda) y atado en una sesión de shibari. En la cultura japonesa el proceso de creación se convierte en un acto espiritual y social en el que el artes...

June 24, 2018

The cultural options in a metropolis like London are (or should be) vast and sometimes it is difficult to choose. But I had no doubts when I looked at the flyer for the National Gallery exhibition on Thomas Cole (1801-1848). I didn't know this English born American pai...

June 11, 2018

When you reach a Buddhist temple in Japan you will be received by fiery faces and imposing muscular bodies. I am not talking about the monks who inhabit the temple but about the Nio, a pair of scary looking gate keepers who guard Buddhist knowledge and tradition. 

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May 28, 2018

In 1984, while I was still at Art School, I collaborated with Mapa Teatro, a Colombian company that back then was only starting up in Paris. I recently found these two images in Mapa Teatro website. They show the main characters wearing robes that I painted by hand. "D...

May 24, 2018

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May 21, 2018

Una imagen mágica de la casa de Cenicienta, inspirada en la época victoriana e ilustrando fielmente la arquitectura de la época. Pasó de ser la ilustración central de un Cuento Sin palabras a convertirse en una story cloth y de ahí confeccionamos un mantel. Tamara de @...

April 8, 2018

The smallest of things can have the greatest impact. Living in London, in a fast moving metropolis, we had forgotten this. We needed to remind ourselves, and we chose to travel to Japan to experience the Shikoku Henro pilgrimage. A circular route of 1,200km and 88 temp...

March 12, 2018

Born in Japan in the 50's, reactionary to the western forms of ballet, breaking away from the upward movements and the symmetry, butoh allowed the dancer to curve their spine and get closer to the ground, to twist their face and enjoy the ugliness that is inside all of...

February 12, 2018

Be it because some unexpected event or because the main family figure dies and none of the children want to take care of the family home, places like this happen.

A grand country house, abandoned, go in, turn the lights on with the palomilla switchers and you will see l...

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