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If you had to choose five things that represent and inspire you, what would they be? Welcome to The Collector’s House, the new weekly podcast from MATCHESFASHION.COM. Join Danielle Radojcin as she asks some of the creative industry’s finest talents to share the objects that have inspired them or bear special significance. Hear the stories they inspire from veteran New York designer Norma Kamali, to Google’s Suhair Khan and German artist Katharina Grosse.

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If you had to choose five things that represent and inspire you, what would they be? Welcome to The Collector’s House, the new weekly podcast from MATCHESFASHION.COM. Join Danielle Radojcin as she asks some of the creative industry’s finest talents to share the objects that have inspired them or bear special significance. Hear the stories they inspire from veteran New York designer Norma Kamali, to Google’s Suhair Khan and German artist Katharina Grosse.

    Voices From Frieze – Jenny Schlenzka

    Voices From Frieze – Jenny Schlenzka

    Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around all the pulse points of interest and excitement in and around the fair. In this episode, Rebecca Siegel, director of Americas and content for Frieze Los Angeles, speaks to Jenny Schlenzka, executive artistic director at Performance Space New York. Originally from Berlin, she previously worked as a curator at the Museum of Modern Art, where she was responsible for launching the performance art department. Working as she does at the forefront of new artistic endeavours, Rebecca asks her about which up-and-coming artists and under-the-radar events to look out for at Frieze New York 2021.

    Voices From Frieze – Dana Lok

    Voices From Frieze – Dana Lok

    Welcome to Voices from Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around all the pulse points of interest and excitement in and around the fair. In this episode, Rebecca Siegel, director of Americas and content for Frieze Los Angeles, speaks to the Brooklyn-based painter Dana Lok. Her work experiments with different viewpoints and examines, among other things, the interplay between space and time. Her work has been shown in a number of exhibitions including the Fisher Landau Center for Art and the Judith Charles Gallery, as well as which she has received a number of awards and scholarships such as the Andrew Fisher Fellowship from Columbia University. Rebecca speaks to Dana about how she is involved with Frieze New York 2021 and how her art responds to the world today.

    • 13 min
    Voices From Frieze – Antwaun Sargent

    Voices From Frieze – Antwaun Sargent

    Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around all the pulse points of interest and excitement in and around the fair. In this episode, Rebecca Siegel, director of Americas and content for Frieze Los Angeles, speaks to Antwaun Sargent, the critic and author, who has recently been appointed as a director and curator for Gagosian. As a New Yorker with his ear to the ground, she finds out from him about the things to look out for outside of the fair – which art galleries, institutions and events we should be watching out for in and around Manhattan, and some of the things we can do if we can’t be there in person.

    • 12 min
    Voices From Frieze – Kimberly Drew

    Voices From Frieze – Kimberly Drew

    Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around all the pulse points of interest and excitement in and around the fair. In this episode, Rebecca Siegel, director of Americas and content for Frieze Los Angeles, speaks to Kimberly Drew, the Brooklyn-based curator and writer who came to public consciousness with her Tumblr, Black Contemporary Art, where she built an audience of young, creative and socially minded fans. They discuss her involvement with the Vision and Justice project, and why it has evolved into the powerful political arts and culture platform it is today. She also shares her tips for how best to spend an afternoon enjoying art in New York.

    Martine Rose

    Martine Rose

    ‘Fashion is a vehicle for the stories I want to tell.’ The cult British menswear designer talks to Danielle Radojcin about her experiences growing up on the London rave scene and the impact of music and youth culture on her work; what it was like working with Demna Gvasalia at Balenciaga and how she got Drake to feature in one of her films; why she thinks fashion is about sex appeal and having fun; and what her most cherished possession is.

    • 38 min
    Dr Woo

    Dr Woo

    He’s one of the world’s most in-demand tattoo artists, with a celebrity client list that includes Justin Bieber, Zoe Kravitz and Drake. In this episode, the Taiwanese-American chats to Danielle from his home in Los Angeles about training at the legendary Shamrock Social Club in Hollywood, changing trends in tattoos, and where he gets the inspiration for the intricate single-needle style that has placed him at the forefront of the black-and-grey movement.

    • 38 min

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