In the ever growing conservative political scene in the Netherlands, the ADM is a reminder of the freedom and chaos that Amsterdam must have once been. It gives me my dose of dirty grittiness, something which is miss in this city in constant renovation and gentrification. Evolving around a main building on an industrial shipyard on the outskirts of town, it's an area where modern gypsies, anarchists, artists and free thinkers build their houses, park their caravans or dock their house boats. It's not entirely my scene, but I am happy to know that it's there. And they throw some amazing festivals!
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After long hours at Reina Sofia museum time for going to Outer Space. It's called NuBel and it makes you wonderfully dizzy. Or, better, go there just before the museum - drink some wine and go to admire Guernica in 3D.
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Just by walking through the column range you can sense what power means. A feeling that increases once you step in : everything is constructed so solid and out of proportions. But if you go on the back side of the building, this general impression will be disturbed. Looking up, you will notice that the stone columns are reinforced by bamboos fixed by Chinese vases. The hole facade looks like it is doing some exercise...It’s looks so funny. (actually, whilst invited for an exhibition Ai Wei Wei did judge that the building seems to fall apart and that it needs a bit of reinforcement...) I love it.
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I came up with this music venue long time ago, I think through a blog in 2009. I used to check every week the concerts they had at that time at the very beginning when the West Germany avenue was still underground and almost unknown. I like it here because I always discover new music bands and of course because of the venue itself which is located in a former doctor’s office.
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The operators of the Peter Pan bakery make the best donuts I've ever tasted. This place is charming to its core. Decor and presentation: circa 1971 & virtually unchanged since.
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Open 6 days a week (closed on Saturdays), La Trailita (it's a food truck, but before their current truck, they were just a small trailer) serves some of the best tacos and quesadillas in Chicago, including tons of vegetarian options. They are open year round (even when it gets cold!). There is another taco truck across the street at the intersection, so make sure you're going to the right one (it's in front of a convenience store). I believe it's run by some ladies from the church it parks near. Recommend their tacos al pastor and potato quesadillas. Salsa is very tasty but very spicy!
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If you're ever in Manchester and stuck for art materials or a birthday card or fancy doing some laser cutter or risograph printing then Fred Aldous is the place for you. The shop has been open since 1886 with a man called Fred — a man with a bright idea and a cracking beard — decided to open a shop selling cane for baskets to carry cotton. Craft and community are at the very heart of the business. Look out for their amazing window displays designed by their amazing in-house team or local designers and makers.
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The best place to see all of zurich and its many church towers. Especially nice on new years eve with all of the city firework flying around.
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It's an old entertainment park. It's closed now, but you can sneek in and see how nature has eaten the place up. Really nice to take pictures.
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An hour away from NYC, there lies a summer camp on a pristine lake which was abandoned 15 years ago. I cant tell you where this is, but some research can lead you to the right place.
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One of the oldest Italian restaurants in Madrid. The food is great and has a cosy  atmosphere with lovely interior. The spelt pizza it’s amazing! 
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You could spend hours looking through photographers portfolios and books.
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Founder and Managing Partner of Carrie Scott & Partners, Carrie Scott has been a curator, Art Historian and arts writer since 2004. She has developed Modern and Contemporary collections in Europe and the United States, working with numerous businesses, executives and collectors to help them establish, manage, and maintain both corporate and personal art collections. Since early 2010, Scott has also worked side-by-side with visionary fashion photographer Nick Knight to curate his archive as well as curate exhibitions at the SHOWstudio Shop, a gallery that exhibited high profile contemporary artists like Douglas Gordon, Raymond Pettibon, Keith Tyson, Terrence Ko, and Anj Smith, alongside the work of dynamic younger artists like Tim A. Shaw, Courtney Andrews, Charlotte Kingsnorth, and Walter & Zoniel.   The SHOWstudio gallery is now globally recognised as having been a pioneering, ground-breaking platform that nurtured and encouraged creativity by combining the different art forms together in one space.  Before starting Carrie Scott & Partners in 2009, Scott was Director of Nicole Klagsburn Gallery, New York, where she worked closely with artists such as Beth Campbell, Matthew Day Jackson, Rashid Johnson, Mika Rottenberg, Adam McEwen, and Storm Tharp. Prior to that, she was noted curator of the Hedreen Gallery at Seattle University's Lee Center, and Director of the James Harris Gallery also in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, Scott appeared as a presenter on The Art Show, an entirely new art series that richly captures the artists of our lifetime that have inspired collectors and art lovers alike.
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Born in 1976 in Düsseldorf, grown up in Wolfenbüttel, since more or less 20 years in Berlin now. Came from Skateboarding to architecture, from architecture to illustration. Architecture is one of the major influences in his art and illustrations. Passioned Vinyl collector and and DJ playing old record from around the world.
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Shortlisted as Emerging Woman Architect of the Year by Architects Journal,‘new talent’ by the Guardian and ‘one to watch’ by Wallpaper’s Editor Tony Chambers in 2012. Pernilla Ohrstedt was born in 1980 in Stockholm. Her design output has been both in the UK and abroad, spanning the disciplines of experimental art, architecture and curatorial practice. In 2011 Pernilla set a collaborative architecture partnership with Asif Khan. She has collaborated on several celebrated projects with Asif, including Future Memory Pavilion 2011 for British Council and Royal Academy of Arts in Singapore, Cloud 2011 for Design Miami Basel and Colette, Paris. Pernilla & Asif are currently designing Coca-Cola’s pavilion for the London 2012 Olympic Park. The 1000sqm Pavilion is an experimental building called the Beatbox. Collaborating with the music producer Mark Ronson the pavilion seamlessly integrates innovative sound technology and experimental design into a piece of architecture that the visitor will be able to play like a musical instrument.
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Mimi Cave is a Director based in California. She was born and raised outside of Chicago, and has a background comprised of dance, film, theater, music and yoga.
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Moana Bischof is a Graphics designer from Lucerne. In 2014 she graduated from the University of Arts Bern with a BA in Visual Communications. She has worked for Formdusche and Igelhaut+ von Grote in Berlin. Currently she is based in Bern where she is working for the University of Arts and as a freelance designer.
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Photographer / Film Director / Visual Artist
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YuJune Park is a designer, the Associate Director, and an Assistant Professor of Communication Design at Parsons School of Design. She served as the Program Director from 2014–2017. Her work has been recognized by the AIGA, the I.D. Annual Design Review, and the Art Director’s Club Awards. She holds an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University and a BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. YuJune has worked for and collaborated with several studios including Base Design, Graphic Thought Facility, Rockwell Lab, and Pentagram for a variety of clients including the Museum of Modern Art, Milk Studios, the Davis Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In addition to teaching, YuJune speaks widely on design education and typography, most recently at Typographics, Northside Festival, and AIGA/NY.
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NZ born. Bondi based. part man part ocean. sculptor. maker. doer. i love american muscle, V8"s, chainsaws and cold beer. sun worshiper and father of two amazing girls. i read, i watch, i collect, i eat.
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Ting-Ting Cheng was born in Taipei, 1985, and graduated from MA Photographic Studies at University of Westminster, London in 2009. She had lived in London for three years. She is interested in applying photography, text and sound to scrutinize various facets of everyday-life objects and encounters. She has participated in exhibitions internationally, including solo show at Taipei Fine Art Museum in summer, 2011. After the exhibition, she has ‘half’ moved back to Taipei. Now she is based between London and Taipei.
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Originally from Norwich, England Currently living in Oakland, California Moving to Louisville, Kentucky in 2018!
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Matt van Leeuwen is a Dutch Graphic Designer. Currently Design Director at Mother Design, NY. Moved in 2010 to the States from Amsterdam, to live with his newfound love.
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Graphic designer, Illustrator and Myopic from the age of 2½ years, i have a particular view of our world, trying to play as well with shapes and words. Besides my personal practice of drawing and painting, I collaborate with women's magazines as well as street-wear brands - house publishing or cultural associations - while animating my small house publishing « LIMO » or workshops for adults and children.
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Jaco is founder and creative director of Jaco & Co. They are primarily an interior design and build company working in the hospitality and commercial sectors. They conceptualise bars and restaurants from their very inception, providing a full brand identity service that manifests in print, on screen and 3D, surface-driven environments.
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Matt Black is a director and visual artist. He directed short films with the like of Rinko Kikuchi and Paz de La Huerta. He has worked in fashion for the past 15 years with clients such as Dior, Jil Sander and Louis Vuitton. His photography has been published in i-D magazine, Vogue Paris or V... He's currently directing a series of interviews for Nowness featuring artists such as Damien Hirst or Banks Violette. He has created a distinct style mixing influences from high fashion, street culture and cinema. Matt black grew up in Paris and is based in NYC.
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Saxon Campbell is designer, creative, and photographer. Saxon is from Oklahoma originally but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Saxon graduated Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma with a bachelor's of art degree, majoring in visual communication with photography and minoring in graphic design. Saxon has lived in the New York for awhile now working with clients of all kinds. Saxon’s has worked in fashion, fitness, residential, university, and non-profit organizations. Saxon works with a wide range of freelance clients and working with his fashion blog. (es-cape.co)  Saxon is open to all and any work you might have for him. Send him an email. (info@saxoncampbell.com)
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