My studio is situated on top of a Fifties concrete modernist apartment building in the Rivierenbuurt in the south of Amsterdam. The best thing is that my building is just one floor higher then the rest of the houses in the neighborhood so I get a good view of the city and the ever changing Dutch skies. What makes my view really special is the view from the balcony on an inaccessible inner garden. The garden is made on the roof of a parking garage of an office building and nobody can go there since there are no stairs or entrance. Once a year the gardeners come with a tall ladder. They are the only ones that enter the garden ever. The nice thing is that still there is a winding path in the middle of the garden for only your eye to trace it.
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This is a nice place to hangout...they have healthy food, juices and desserts! The pistachio ice cream is dairy free and really good! 
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A huge flee market that occures two times a year, once in spring the other in the fall. Take the subway to Solna centrum and take the 3 min walk to the big sports arena where the fleemarket is held. There is lots of retro and vintage and a good potential of finding bargains.
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I love books and Konst-ig is the best art bookstore in Stockholm. They also seel my books.
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Flughafen Tempelhof was once the symbol of nazi-pride when Hitler notoriously comissioned construction of the smallest duty free shop in the world (and a beautiful example of fascist architecture). After the war, Tempelhof became one of the frontiers of the cold war with the U.S. battling the communists (who undoubtedly wanted to get rid of the small duty free shop altogether) via the Berlin Airlift. It turned out to be a huge succes, and enabled the allied forces to remain their presence in Berlin and save the small duty free shop. The real free-market victory will come in about two years though, when project developers will take over and start building houses, blocking my view onto the airfield.
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The most important city park with an area of ​​1.584 km ², designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Ibirapuera, in addition to serving as home to a large family of cats, also promotes many cultural attractions and houses important museums such as the MAM (Museum of Modern Art) and MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art).
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#1 in the city for old book smell and creaky wooden floors. Too small to find anything specific you’re looking for, good enough that you’ll find something else instead.
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This is truly the most magical space in Buenos Aires for me.
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The City Hall ( Rådhuset ) is my favorite building in Oslo, it was designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson and completed in 1950. I love the main hall with its 21 meter high ceilings, and wall paintings by Norwegian artists Henrik Sørensen og Alf Rolfsen.
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n Buenos Aires, the late-afternoon slow-down just means it's time for ¨merienda¨.
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Both the actual former house of George Eastman with lovely gardens and an impressive interior, as well as a museum. In addition to their exhibitions & screenings, the museum has an impressive archive, (catalog online), and with a few weeks planning, the archivist will pull specific prints for you to stop in and see!
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I love this place any time. The food's always so fresh!
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Marc Philip van Kempen (1979) is a Dutch artist living in Amsterdam and Berlin. Much of his practice consists out of life-sized threedimensional reconstructions of media images that result in a kind of ‘spatial collage’. His work brings elements of photography, sculpture and new media together in unconventional ways, challenging the viewers perspective.
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Integrated freelance designer from Cape Town but based in London.
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I paint astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs.
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Alex Gibbs was born in the James Paget hospital of Great Yarmouth. He now however is a painter who lives and works in Edinburgh. Above is a photo of him trying to look cool and below are some photos of some places he likes in the city. He does not like writing in third person.
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Attilia Fattori Franchini is an independent curator and writer based in London. She is co-founder of the online platforms bubblebyte.org and Opening Times and contributes critical essays and reviews to publication such as CURA., Kaleidoscope and Flash Art International. Between 2013 and 2014 she has initiated and curated The Basement a programme in London dedicated to young, unrepresented artists. Attilia is currently working on the second edition of Curva Blu, a residency project in Favignana, Sicily; she is co-curator of ARS17+ the online extension of the exhibition ARS17 currently at Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki. Attilia is is also curating BMW Open Work, a new programme of commissions to be launched at Frieze London 2017 and the Emergent section of miart 2018. Recent projects include: Meshes of the Afternoon, Roman Road, London, June, 2017; Céu Torto, Boatos Fine Arts, São Paulo, BR, February 2017; Dawning, Capitán Gallo, Mexico City, MX, February 2017; Morning uber, evening oscillators, Seventeen, London, November 2016; Lonesome Wife, Seventeen, London, October 2016; Europa and the Bull at LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina, Kosovo, 2016, Oa4s, Temra and David in 4 parts, Sorbus, Helsinki, 2016; Yves Scherer, Snow White and The Huntsman, Mexico City, 2016; Basic Instinct, Seventeen, London, 2015; Guest Curator, Kuvat Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, 2015; Bold Tendencies 2015, London.
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Graphic Designer. Jaemin Lee graduated from Seoul National University and founded studio fnt in 2006. He took part in several exhibitions such as Typojanchi 2015: The 4th International Typography Biennale, Weltformat 15 Plakatfestival Luzern, Korea Now! Craft, Design, Fashion and Graphic Design in Korea, Graphic Symphonia and CREATIVE©ITIES, and worked with clients like National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul Museum of Art, National Theater Company of Korea and Seoul Records & CD Fair Organizing Committee on many cultural events and concerts. Since 2011, he has actively worked with Junglim Foundation on projects about architecture, culture, arts and education, forum, exhibitions and research in order to explore meaningful exchanges with the public about subjects like the social role of architecture and urban living. He also teaches graphic design at Seoul National University and University of Seoul. He is an AGI(Alliance Graphique Internationale) member since 2016.
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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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Designer & Art Director based in Copenhagen
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Arina Shabanova is a russian artist currently based in Moscow.  Her interest ranges from illustration to moving image.
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Cristian Zuzunaga is a multidisciplinary artist and designer that explores the close relationship existing between the virtual and the real world.
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I'm a Polish-born designer and maker based in Geneva. My practice reflects on dialectical dimensions of fashion, aesthetics and contemporary craft. As one of the founding members of Hi Bye collective, with other HEAD Geneva graduates, I engage in collaborative projects and installations.
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Zürich / Tokyo based illustrator and graphic designer Sayori Wada has been establishing herself working with a diverse array of clients from many different disciplines including the music, fashion and food industries. Her uninhibited form and brash, rhythmic lines are a signature of her style and can easily be recognized in the work.
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Brazilian Designer & Art Director currently living in Barcelona, Spain.
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