Konfekt

Who wears the trousers?
A modern guide to power dressing

Art & Culture / Fashion

Forget sized-up shoulders and male tailoring, it’s time women donned power from within …

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Detached from space and time

Art & Culture

Terunobu Fujimori’s teahouses literally grow on trees. The Japanese architect builds poetic sites of ceremonial encounter into the forks and onto the trunks of trees. Now the 73-year-old is inviting fans of environmentally aware modern architecture to tea at the Hombroich rocket station …

 

Walter Knoll

Airy Elegance

Art & Culture / Interior Design / Travel

Two blues. The neon signage of the Norton Museum of Art shines in Yves Klein blue against the deep blue sky of West Palm Beach. With a strong sense of aesthetics, the architects at Foster + Partners have carefully redesigned the house and turned it into a magnet for lovers of art and architecture …

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Lindbergh’s Legacy

Art & Culture / Fashion

Peter Lindbergh still had the story of his complete works to tell. Right up until his death in September 2019, he continued working on the exhibition ‘Untold Stories’, the first and only works exhibition that he ever curated …

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“I don't believe in leisure time”

Art & Culture

A blonde woman on a beach chair, working on her holiday tan. Her eyes are covered to protect them from the sun, her legs are slightly apart. Was this photo taken by a voyeur from the foot of her lounger? No. Martin Parr captured this scene in 2000 on Knokke beach in Belgium. …

Lufthansa Magazine

Golden Promise

Art & Culture / Travel

Speeding across a bridge over the Enz, one of the three rivers that wend their way through Pforzheim, a Porsche Boxster is struck by a ray of evening light and momentarily gleams almost as brightly as the setting sun. …

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“I want to be a machine”

Art & Culture

Robert Wilson’s adaptation of The Sandman by E.T.A. Hoffmann garnered him standing ovations in Düsseldorf.
To transcend the human by aesthetic means – this striving is something the American director Robert Wilson has in common with the late Andy Warhol. After the world premiere at the Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghausen, who co-produced it, Wilson’s adaptation of The Sandman had its debut in Düsseldorf on Saturday.

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From the collection to the collective

Art & Culture

The Julia Stoschek Collection is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an exhibition curated by Ed Atkins: Generation Loss. What are ten years in the art world, really? Quite a bit, when the genre is as young as time-based media.