A salon for creative entrepreneurs, Neuehouse has quickly emerged as the epicenter for New York City’s innovators and troublemakers. The world’s first private work collective, Neuehouse was conceived as a place to create, collaborate, socialize, and decompress. It is a place to be taken care of while being fully engaged in work that matters. Its best-in class programming, welcoming a wide-ranging group guests including Paola Antonelli, Daniel Boulud, and Slash, informs, entertains and inspires. … more
Le Pain Quotidien is a group of bakeries based on simple, wholesome cuisine. Founder, Alain Coumont learned the art of baking early in life and at the age of 16, opened his first bakery in Brussels. This little shop has today risen to include more than 250 locations on five continents. … more
Ever since the opening of his studio, FEDERAL, in 2004, the photographer Regis Golay has worked along side various clients, ranging from the entertainment industry to the world of luxurious goods. Appreciating his client’s wide field of activity and the challenges that come with it, Regis has always been keen and thus concentrated on projects related to the cultural field. Today, his list of clients is extensive, featuring representatives of the entertainment business to publishing houses and museums, to name but a few.
What a zoo! What a scene!
Four or five different fairs, impressive private collections opening their doors , multi-million dollar museums throwing parties, big exhibition openings , performances in glamorous hotels, car exhibitions in parking lots, concerts in clubs , film projections , Playboy bunnies , Kanye , Pharrell, Rem, Klaus, Chris, Hans-Ulrich, Casey, Tracy, etc…
Three days in Miami is really exhausting! Luckily there is the beach to relax sometimes or have a quiet book launch!
Matthias Hvass Borello recently visited our studio in Geneva and we were curious ; after all, it is not every day that Danish art critic, editor and co-founder of kunsten.nu pays us a visit.
Matthias talked to us about his projects development, why criticism is important and his vision of engagement between the wider public and contemporary art.