Issue 7 of Télégramme is here (and on time, too! Go me) and it features a bumper crop of awesome people. In alphabetical order to alleviate favourtism: Alistair Watkins-Stuart, Anna Wilton, Dianne Tanner, Luiza Potiens and Marina Oprea – thank you, for agreeing to be featured and for lending me your beautiful work :)
If you like this issue I’d love it if you would please considering sharing it. Tweet it, post it on Facebook, write a blog post about it – whatever you feel like doing is a-okay by me. I don’t make any money from this and I never will, but I’d love to share these artists with more people, and the only way I can do that is if you guys get on board too :)
Street music, listening on your commute, dancing at a concert and screaming the lyrics at the top of your lungs…whichever form it takes, music is everywhere. Let’s have a dance party to celebrate.
(as always, click through for links to original sources)
Heleni Flessas is a journalism student and portrait & fashion photographer from Brasília, Brazil. I love the intimate, sensual vibe that her photos create, aren’t they beautiful?
Every now and again I get told about exciting things happening in Cardiff (the city I currently live in) and it fills me with joy. Emma, the gallery manager at The Gate Arts Centre got in touch with me recently to ask if I’d be willing to blog about some of their upcoming exhibitions and I was all too happy to oblige.
The current show at The Gate is a photography exhibition by an artist called Erin Dooley. Her exhibition is ‘Panoramafreiheit’ and is based on the question of what is considered art when it is created in a public space and whether reproduction of existing art and design can be novel art works in themselves.
The exhibition is running until Friday 28th March, so you’ve still got a few days to catch it.
You can see some of the photos from the opening night below: