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Kathy Ager: “Most of My Paintings Are Like a Peek Into My Dark Basement”

We spoke with the Amsterdam-based artist about expressing darkness through still lifes a few days before she exhibits with us.

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Photos From DJ CRI$PY C and Xuli’s ‘Chains’ Launch Party

Here's what it looked like when the duo opened a club night dedicated to all things trap in the heart of Hamburg's Reeperbahn.

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Alia Wilhelm’s Lush and Evocative Photos of Vietnam and Burma

The Turkish-German photographer spent 100 days in Southeast Asia. Here are some of the colours, landscapes and people her camera captured.

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Meet the Duo Shaking Up Hamburg’s Hip Hop Scene

With their new project Chains, DJ CRI$PY C and illustrator Xuli aim to bring international oomph to the city's tight-knit trap scene.

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Recipes and Resistance: How Black Food Bloggers Club Created a Space for Conscious Food Nerds

We spoke with founder Jasmine Lukuku about creating communities for people of colour in food and jetting off to Ecuador to find the perfect chocolate.

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As Seen by Her: Sculptor Carla Cascales Alimbau Finds Beauty in the Forgotten

The Barcelona-based artist explains what drove her to ditch stability for art and love what people throw away.

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As Seen by Her: Illustrator Helena Ravenne Puts a Minimalist Spin on Mental Health and Sexuality

The German artist writes about portraying bodies of all shapes and sizes and confronting anxiety with her pastel colours and minimalist design.

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How Merve Şapçı Campaigned for Hijabs in Basketball and Won

The Turkish athlete was instrumental in lifting the country's hijab ban in basketball. Here's how she did it.

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Adele Renault Will Make You Become Obsessed with Pigeons

We spoke with the Belgian artist about appreciating the misunderstood bird and discovering a wonderfully weird community of pigeon lovers.

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Instagram Account of the Week: badasscrossstitch

Could this be the analog Twitter?

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For Creative Resistance and Damn Good Music, Look No Further Than SHE 4

We talked to the New York concert concept's founder about uniting women of color to highlight camaraderie, creativity and resilience.

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Watch Noa Moon’s Subdued and Pensive Music Video for ”Sparks”

Transport yourself to the oceans of your mind through this immersive film.

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Don’t Ask Nanna Rosenfeldt-Olsen to Make Art That’s ‘Beautiful’

We talked to the Chicago-based, Danish artist about taking risks and ditching beauty for substance.

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The Granny Report: Aslaug Margrethe Nebel


The 84-year-old avid traveller and mother of three told us about dealing with WWII as a child and the lice, mice and long journeys she endured.

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As Seen by Her: Creative Helene Kask on the Art of Battling a Stress Disorder

The Swedish jeweller and dreamcatcher-maker writes about what happened when her body had had enough—and how she still deals with it today.

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PREMIERE: Anana’s “Vague” Distills Global Chaos Into a Serene, Electronic Lullaby

The Norwegian artist sounds like a siren soaring over the Nordic seas, lamenting the world's troubles.

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As Seen by Her: Decorative Painter Zaida Sabatés Plays Tricks With Texture

The Barcelona-based painter writes about the pleasure of creating tactile worlds with just a paintbrush.

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DJ Ina D’s Monday Mix

Ease into another week with the Berlin DJ's Girls Are Awesome mix, full of earthy techno and grooooovy house.

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Meet Nina Ryner, Founder of the Atypical Yoga Studio of Your Dreams

With ChromaYoga, she's created a brand new model for wellness using colour and light therapy that's got nothing to do with yoga cliches.

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Babes & Bruises: Giulia Lach de Bere

We talked to the Dutch snowboarder about dealing with bailing, self-doubt and puffy faces.

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Swiss Skate Crew Shreddermoes’ Playlist

Listen to the old-school hip hop and nostalgic 00s bangers these girls are into.

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Experimental Quartet We Like We’s “Seventeen Days” is a Gorgeously Eerie Slice of Avant-Garde

The Danish group is revered for creating music that's beautiful and challenging all at once, and this track is no different.

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The Granny Report: Annelise Mylenberg

We asked the 83-year-old mother of two about her fondest memory. Naturally, it involves a sex club.

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Watch “Looking for the Self”, a Meditative Fashion Film About the Hunt for Identity

French filmmaker Thibault Della Gaspera portrays the search for who you are with help from actress Agathe Rouselle and her honest poetry.

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Feast Your Eyes on the Sensual Glory of Drag Queen Violet Chachki Making History in Lingerie

Violet's one of the first queens to star in a lingerie campaign, and the results are badass AF.

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Simone Klimmeck’s Playlist

Listen to the classic 80s jams and oozing new wave anthems the tattooist uses to amp up and wind down throughout the day.

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Outperforming Politics: How Two Curators Are Giving Brexit and Nationalism the Middle Finger

We spoke to duo osborn&møller about using performance to drive empathy before the launch of their exhibition,'Bodies Beyond Borders: Territories', at Warehouse9.

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Girls Are Awesome at The Growlery

Last Friday we popped our own cherry with our first international group art show at The Growlery in San Francisco. Our co-founder Nick and curator Jeroen Smeets were on the scene holding it down for Euroland.

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As Seen by Her: Natacha Paschal’s ‘Fake Vogue’ Illustrations Hint at the Dark Side of Fashion

The French artist also writes about wanting to paint like a kid again.

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