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GamFratesi\u2019s Apple Watch Herm\u00e8s Window Displays in Japan<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

24 August 2016<\/strong> - GamFratesi has designed the Herm\u00e8s stores window display in Japan to showcase the Apple Watch Herm\u00e8s. The display finds inspiration in the concept of Nature, which Herm\u00e8s themed in 2016 as \u2018Nature at Full Gallop\u2019.<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

Al Locus Festival Felice Limosani|Project light art<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

05 August 2016<\/strong> - The light in his immense significance can be expressed in many forms through technology and imagination human. Insubstantial, changeable and elusive, light exists and it touches you.<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

Reframing back|Egyptian pavilion <\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

29 July 2016<\/strong> - The competition for the Egyptian Pavilion\u2019s curation and installation was won by a group of five young people born between 1991 and 1992<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

At Home with Le Corbusier<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

27 July 2016<\/strong> - As his buildings become UNESCO World Heritage sites, we present an intimate portrait of the architect at his Parisian home by Rene Burri.<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

MADE YOU LOOK|Dandyism and Black Masculinity<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

20 July 2016<\/strong> - Opening at The Photographers' Gallery, the exhibition \u2018Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity\u2019 consists of a selection of photographs from a range of time periods and locations.<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

The passing of a Legend|Bill Cunningham<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

27 June 2016<\/strong> - Bill Cunningham, the New York Times\u2018 ubiquitous man-on-the-street photographer whose life and work was the subject of Richard Press\u2019 acclaimed 2010 documentary Bill Cunningham New York, died Saturday 25\/6 in New York at 87.<\/p><\/div>

\"No<\/a>

Oscar Oiwa Paints A Giant Mural Within an Inflatable Dome<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

03 June 2016<\/strong> -  As part of the 2016 Setouchi Triennale, Brazilian-born Japanese artist Oscar Oiwa has painted an immersive artwork inside a 40ft inflatable vinyl dome.<\/p><\/div>