My photographs have been printed in several print and online publications:
World Film Locations: Berlin (2012)
Canadian Journal of Comparative Literature (2013, 2014, 2015)
Mosaic Journal Newsletter (2013)
Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies (2013)
Vielfalt – McGill German Studies Student Journal (2013, 2014, 2015)
Fashion Theory Journal 19:3 (2015)
Websites and Blogs:
Canadian University Teachers of German (CAUTG) Bulletin and Directory
The SS16 edition of the Vancouver Fashion Week opened with local Vancouver designers, who showed a wide range of styles from casual to haute couture. For 25 seasons, Vancouver Fashion Week has produced a runway that celebrates multiculturalism and emerging talent. Here are a few of the local Vancouver designers to look out for.
Between May 14 and August 23, 2015, the McCord Museum is hosting the Horst: Photographer of Style exhibition, the first major retrospective of Vogue fashion photographer Horst P. Horst (1906-1999). This touring exhibition is produced by London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
The ninth edition of World Press Photo Montreal officially opens tomorrow at Marché Bonsecours in the Old Port and will be on display until September 28, 2014. Here are some highlights from this incredible exhibition:
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Montréal Fashion Week. To celebrate this event in gratitude for the talent and contribution of designers to the fashion industry, Groupe Sensation Mode has invited designers to present their runway shows without participation or production fees. From September 3 to 6, over 20 designers will unveil their Spring/Summer 2014 collections. Here are some of the highlights.
Montreal Fashion Week kicked off with an exhibition and slide show commemorating Marie Saint Pierre’s 25 years of designs. The designer was present in the audience, along with fellow designers such as Denis Gagnon and Tavan & Mitto.
Since being crowned “Canada’s Breakthrough Designer” at the 2011 Telio competition of Montreal Fashion Week, Earl Luigi has gone on to design, among others, a capsule collection in collaboration with the Japan Love Project – an art show to raise money and help rebuild Japanese communities affected by last year’s tsunami. He has also ranked among the top 20 finalists in the London-based international Hand and Lock embroidery competition. Now in his final year at Kwantlen Polytechnic University where he is completing a Bachelor of Design, Fashion and Technology.
The 9th Fashion Week in Berlin (July 5-10, 2011) revealed the new Spring/Summer 2012 collections at a new location on Strasse des 17. Juni, with the main entrance across from the Brandenburg Gate (also known as the Fan-Mile during the World Cup public viewings). The key players of the Berlin fashion scene who were invited to present in the main tent this year included: Michael Michalsky, Michael Sontag, Vladimir Karaleev, Katja Will (C’est Tout), Iris van Herpens, Lala Berlin, Marcel Ostertag, Kaviar Gauche, and others.
As Perry Anderson pointed out, “German culture in the past third of a century has been distinguished less as a matrix of ideas than of images” (Anderson, “A NEW GERMANY?” April 2009). With the explosion of visual culture and new media over the past century, his claim is almost self-evident, yet the question becomes then, how is this matrix of images constructed, and what kinds of narratives do those images create? Capturing images of fashion and film for popular magazines of post-war Germany, F.C. Gundlach’s photographs have no doubt become part of this visual matrix.
The 2oth anniversary of the Montréal Fashion Week (Feb. 7-10, 2011) brought great shows and organizational improvements. The shows were spaced out in one hour blocks, which allowed more time for setting up the show and less delays, the press access and registration was done more efficiently, and the spaces of the Marché Bonsecours building were utilized even better, by staging some of the shows and events in the cocktail room. Many of the great designers from last year’s show returned, and many more got to present this time, including Montréal’s star, Denis Gagnon.
Montreal’s 18th Fashion Week featured designers such as Marie Saint Pierre, Nadya Toto, Ralph Leroy, and many more.