International Light Festival

by Alexander Roberto Moust December 1, 2014 Design
International Light Festival

This winter, Amsterdam will light up once again up during Amsterdam Light Festival. This is the third edition of the winter light festival for young and old. For more than fifty days, the historical center of Amsterdam will be the unique décor for this international festival.

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Music Docs at IDFA 2014

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 29, 2014 Film
Music Docs at IDFA 2014

In the many genres that documentary can have, music documentary or ‘rockumentary’ is for many spectators among their favorites. As the IDFA festival chooses to host directors of films around subjects of which  (recent) political issues, the ecology, freedom of speech, free media and gender or human rights issues are most frequent, the music documentary […]

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IDFA 2014 OVERVIEW

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 29, 2014 Film
IDFA 2014 OVERVIEW

As the 27th IDFA festival is coming to an end it is time to analyze the successes of this event. Noteworthy is the fact that the amounts of people attending the screenings and also the professionals engaged in and present at the festival have once again risen, compared to previous editions of IDFA. The price […]

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Vivian Maier in FOAM

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 18, 2014 Photography
Vivian Maier in FOAM

Vivian Maier’s life and ‘work’ ( she was a nanny most of her professional life and never sold a single photograph) is of a stunning beauty-also seen the fact that she has never received an education in this artistic field and never exhibited and hence received any further professional advice and funding what so ever. […]

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KYAS ART SALON presents Yoshiyasu Tamura

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 18, 2014 Art
KYAS ART SALON presents Yoshiyasu Tamura

Not many of the people who came to visit at the special opening of KYAS ART SALON, knew the difference between a gallery and an artist and residency project space. Noteworthy is the fact that Amsterdam is home to the Ateliers or Rijksacademie apart from having its own Rietveld art academy and the filmacademy, of […]

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Antwerp and its Fashion Academy

by Alexander Roberto Moust January 23, 2014 Fashion
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A team effort of 50 years.   The city of Antwerp, Belgium, celebrates the 50 year anniversary of its Fashion Academy along with the 350 year anniversary of the Royal Arts Academy. Foremost known for its old masters in painting, recently more established as the place where trendy upbeat music is created, there can be […]

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Tubino : Back to the basics

by Alexander Roberto Moust January 22, 2014 Fashion
Tubino : Back to the basics

Best of both worlds in a woman’s mind. If a great shirt and a decent pair of shoes are the items a man cannot afford to miss out on in his wardrobe, we could say that a simple but effective pencil skirt is the item that will make a woman’s life a lot easier. That […]

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Perspektivet Museum presents:

by Alexander Roberto Moust July 28, 2013 General
Perspektivet Museum presents:

Photographer: Matthew Willman.

Perspektivet Museum in the town of Tromso, way over the arctic circle, have made a truly daring and beautiful exhibition of a project of this talented photographer, which should as whole be seen by far more people in the world. CULTJA came to visit the museum Perspektivet this summer, which will in the future put together even more daring exhibitions.

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The Stuff you can’t bottle

by Alexander Roberto Moust March 4, 2013 General
The Stuff you can’t bottle

Friday, April 5, 2013

ABC and Hotel V would like to invite you to a book presentation and public interview with creative director, author, filmmaker, and TED alumni King Adz

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The event will be moderated by Erik Kessels from advertising agency KesselsKramer.

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Big Easy Express

by Alexander Roberto Moust March 4, 2013 Featured
Big Easy Express

If a road movie is supposed to be on wheels, this doc on an exceptional trainride over 2000 miles with 3 folk bands in it, is a memorably new way of looking at what a road movie really is.

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