Gabriel Orozco at Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Gabriel Orozco is one of the most widely recognized artists of his generation who’s oeuvre paved the way for a new form of conceptualism that embraces both deep contemplation and precise craftsmanship.
Moderna Museet presents in ‘Natural Motion’, the ground-breaking work, La DS from 1993 (a radically compressed Citroën car) in a new version and a 15 meter long whale skeleton, meticulously drawn in black graphite.If you’re in Stockholm, check out Garbiel’s work -  which hasn’t been shown in the Nordic countries until now - until the 4th of May. More info here.

Gabriel Orozco at Moderna Museet, Stockholm

Gabriel Orozco is one of the most widely recognized artists of his generation who’s oeuvre paved the way for a new form of conceptualism that embraces both deep contemplation and precise craftsmanship.

Moderna Museet presents in ‘Natural Motion’, the ground-breaking work, La DS from 1993 (a radically compressed Citroën car) in a new version and a 15 meter long whale skeleton, meticulously drawn in black graphite.

If you’re in Stockholm, check out Garbiel’s work -  which hasn’t been shown in the Nordic countries until now - until the 4th of May. More info here.

Running Wild: Realizing Teenage Dreams

Running Wild is a coming of age story about Liza (Zoë Worth) and Eli (Alden Ehrenreich), childhood friends with a disastrously dependent, sexual-tension-laden relationship.

The pair and their team of young artists started shooting the film three years ago, and now face the chance to get it distributed. 

We’ve definitely not heard the last from these two - also the founders of The Collectin -  watch their trailer and join their world here

Hannah Hallermann: The Light and the Heavy Collide in Brandenburg
Although it’s weight is not immediately perceptible, artist Hannah Hallermann's highly polished prayer bench clocks in at 100 kilos.
Similarly, it takes a second glance to see how effectively the artist’s interventions interrupt the cloister’s architecture in her latest solo show at Brandenburg’s Landesmuseum. 
The Light and the Heavy collide in Hallermann’s exhibition ‘Sunday' which opens this Friday the 4th of April at 7.30 pm. More info here.

Hannah Hallermann: The Light and the Heavy Collide in Brandenburg

Although it’s weight is not immediately perceptible, artist Hannah Hallermann's highly polished prayer bench clocks in at 100 kilos.

Similarly, it takes a second glance to see how effectively the artist’s interventions interrupt the cloister’s architecture in her latest solo show at Brandenburg’s Landesmuseum

The Light and the Heavy collide in Hallermann’s exhibition ‘Sunday' which opens this Friday the 4th of April at 7.30 pm. More info here.

FvF Interview with Tomas Skoging, Stockholm
With aspirations of making a living from his own ideas and projects, Tomas Skoging left his normal job in 1996 to pursue a career with three friends. 
Today, as a single father, Tomas maintains a balance between family and work life while managing the pioneering creative agency ACNE.
Look into Tomas’ loft apartment located in the charming Söder district of Stockholm where light floods into its interior and find out about the company’s history on Freunde von Freunden.
Thank you Hanna Skoog, Elin S. Kann and Philip Berger.

FvF Interview with Tomas Skoging, Stockholm

With aspirations of making a living from his own ideas and projects, Tomas Skoging left his normal job in 1996 to pursue a career with three friends. 

Today, as a single father, Tomas maintains a balance between family and work life while managing the pioneering creative agency ACNE.

Look into Tomas loft apartment located in the charming Söder district of Stockholm where light floods into its interior and find out about the company’s history on Freunde von Freunden.

Thank you Hanna SkoogElin S. Kann and Philip Berger.

FvF Item of the Week Special: Wishbone Chair, Hans J. Wegner
As a tribute to the late legendary Danish designer Hans J. Wegner on what would have been his 100th birthday, we looked for his iconic work within our portraits and found the Wishbone chair in photographer Magnus Reed's mind-blowing 500sqm apartment in Schöneberg.
The Wishbone Chair is perhaps Hans’ most celebrated work. A light, attractive and comfortable dining chair with the characteristic Y-shaped back.
See if you can find any other design treasures in Magnus’ apartment on Freunde von Freunden. 

FvF Item of the Week Special: Wishbone Chair, Hans J. Wegner

As a tribute to the late legendary Danish designer Hans J. Wegner on what would have been his 100th birthday, we looked for his iconic work within our portraits and found the Wishbone chair in photographer Magnus Reed's mind-blowing 500sqm apartment in Schöneberg.

The Wishbone Chair is perhaps Hans’ most celebrated work. A light, attractive and comfortable dining chair with the characteristic Y-shaped back.

See if you can find any other design treasures in Magnus’ apartment on Freunde von Freunden

Deficiencies of the Present Day Visualized 
Bownik’s “Disassembly” is an artist’s photographic book appearing somewhat as an unorthodox picture album. The leading role is awarded to figures of botanical nature that have been restaged: disassembled only to be reassembled using DIY tools.
Hypnotizing the viewer with their deformed charm, these creations evoke something uncomfortable, like participating in a strange experiment.
Find more info about this conceptual project that aims to isolate deficiencies of the present day here.

Deficiencies of the Present Day Visualized 

Bownik’s “Disassembly” is an artist’s photographic book appearing somewhat as an unorthodox picture album. The leading role is awarded to figures of botanical nature that have been restaged: disassembled only to be reassembled using DIY tools.

Hypnotizing the viewer with their deformed charm, these creations evoke something uncomfortable, like participating in a strange experiment.

Find more info about this conceptual project that aims to isolate deficiencies of the present day here.

The Recent History of Sicilian Skateboard Tours by Claudio Majorana
"The Recent History of Sicilian Skateboard Tours" is a collection of pictures taken in Sicily in occasion of the International skateboard tours that took place in the island during the last four years by photographer Claudio Majorana.
Claudio’s photographic journey is included in Desillusion’s Magazine's 44th issue and will also be exhibited at the Eightball Store, 13th of April in Bassano del Grappa. Get the Magazine here and find more info about the event here.

The Recent History of Sicilian Skateboard Tours by Claudio Majorana

"The Recent History of Sicilian Skateboard Tours" is a collection of pictures taken in Sicily in occasion of the International skateboard tours that took place in the island during the last four years by photographer Claudio Majorana.

Claudio’s photographic journey is included in Desillusion’s Magazine's 44th issue and will also be exhibited at the Eightball Store, 13th of April in Bassano del Grappa.

Get the Magazine here and find more info about the event here.

A Love of Interdisciplinary Exchange: Elsa Loy, Berlin
During a tour of dancer, actress and model Elsa Loy's apartment and rooftop with stunning views overlooking Kreuzberg Berlin, Elsa talks about her love of interdisciplinary exchange that has led to collaborations on dance, music and theater projects.
Get to know this confident lady who’s offstage character is as engaging as her dramatic onstage presence, on Freunde von Freunden.
Thank you Philipp Langenheim and Rachael Watts.

A Love of Interdisciplinary Exchange: Elsa Loy, Berlin

During a tour of dancer, actress and model Elsa Loy's apartment and rooftop with stunning views overlooking Kreuzberg BerlinElsa talks about her love of interdisciplinary exchange that has led to collaborations on dance, music and theater projects.

Get to know this confident lady who’s offstage character is as engaging as her dramatic onstage presence, on Freunde von Freunden.

Thank you Philipp Langenheim and Rachael Watts.

Where Architects Live - David Chipperfield
The exhibition ‘Where architects live’ for the Salone Del Mobile 2014 gives an intriguing insight into the daily lives of some of the world’s leading designers and architects including the Mitte home of Berlin based architect David Chipperfield.
Built of concrete, David’s house has large windows overlooking the street and the courtyard that contains both his house, his studio and ‘The Kantine’- FvF’s favorite lunch spot - also designed by David, providing a place where locals can meet and congregate.
Check out the exhibiton during the Milan Design week from 8th until 13th of April at the Milan Fairgrounds, Rho, pavilion 9. More info here.

Where Architects Live - David Chipperfield

The exhibition ‘Where architects live’ for the Salone Del Mobile 2014 gives an intriguing insight into the daily lives of some of the world’s leading designers and architects including the Mitte home of Berlin based architect David Chipperfield.

Built of concrete, David’s house has large windows overlooking the street and the courtyard that contains both his house, his studio and ‘The Kantine’- FvF’s favorite lunch spot - also designed by David, providing a place where locals can meet and congregate.

Check out the exhibiton during the Milan Design week from 8th until 13th of April at the Milan Fairgrounds, Rho, pavilion 9. More info here.

Front Row Pop-up Shop at CFA Gallery, Berlin
Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery in Berlin has opened a pop-up shop on the ground floor of its David Chipperfield-designed space set amidst the historic Museum Island.
 Entitled Front Row, the temporary store is offering artists’ books, catalogues, DVDs, vinyl, paintings, woodcuts, sculptures and paraphernalia associated with the gallery at accessible prices.
Front Row is open to the public Tuesday - Saturday until 26th of April, 2014.

Front Row Pop-up Shop at CFA Gallery, Berlin

Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery in Berlin has opened a pop-up shop on the ground floor of its David Chipperfield-designed space set amidst the historic Museum Island.

Entitled Front Row, the temporary store is offering artists’ books, catalogues, DVDs, vinyl, paintings, woodcuts, sculptures and paraphernalia associated with the gallery at accessible prices.

Front Row is open to the public Tuesday - Saturday until 26th of April, 2014.