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Introducing: Drury Brennan. A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.
All photos by Berlin based photographer Corina Schadendorf


Further infos at collective-futures.com
Introducing: Drury Brennan. A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.
All photos by Berlin based photographer Corina Schadendorf


Further infos at collective-futures.com
Introducing: Drury Brennan. A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.
All photos by Berlin based photographer Corina Schadendorf


Further infos at collective-futures.com
Introducing: Drury Brennan. A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.
All photos by Berlin based photographer Corina Schadendorf


Further infos at collective-futures.com
Introducing: Drury Brennan. A multidisciplinary creator now focusing on the art of calligraphy, Drury Brennan does not shy away from challenges. Always looking to experiment with materials and disciplines, Drury has been a jazz drummer, a hip-hop DJ, associate editor of Flaunt magazine, and art teacher. For CF Berlin, Drury will be exhibiting a series of experiments with ceramics done in collaboration with American painter Lee Kratzer, as well as other printed matter.
All photos by Berlin based photographer Corina Schadendorf


Further infos at collective-futures.com
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Tomorrow night we take over the sounds at @theyardtheatre in Hackney Wick. Music by Iñigo Ugarteburu, Oliver Brunetti, and Miguel Colectivo. 10 to 3. FREE entry
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For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
For our next colectivo futurist feature and interview we travel to the western coast of Venezuela to meet Valentina Alvarado. We were familiar with her work under her own fashion label Oh! Nena, but we must admit we were unaware of her body of work as a fine artist until we stumbled upon a recent exhibition of hers through the almighty instagram. We absolutely love Valentina’s delicate and unassuming collages and gifs, but more so we love the way she uses the internet as a tool to document her research and body of work. Her work is a reminder that not everything in art needs to be pompous and grand. Having recently embarked in a new adventure towards Europe to continue her studies as an artist, we wish Valentina all the best and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this young and talented fellow Venezuelan.
Read the full interview at colectivo futuro
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