All posts by "Carmen Mc Intosh"

Carmen Mc Intosh, born in 1992 in Montebelluna (TV), has studied English, German and journalism. Half Italian and Half American, with a Scottish soul, she started writing about music in 2013 for different webzines. Now she writes about almost everything, from cinema to food and travel guides.

Starting on the 9th November until the 23rd December, at Galerie Thierry Bigaignon in Paris, Amélie Labourdette will debut with her first solo exhibition, Empire of Dust.

From October 4 to December 9 at Olivier Malingue in London will take place the Panoptes Project by french artist Laurent Grasso.

SUPERFLEX proudly presents One Two Three Swing!, a large-scale public space installation for the Tate Modern’s 2017 Hyundai Commission.

Leica Gallery, Los Angeles, is proud to announce Conversation with Angels, the photographic exihibition by Nikki Sixx, founder and bassist of the band Mötley Crüe.

From October 4 to 15 Britain's best film event comes across cinemas for the 61st BFI London Film Festival, a film event founded in 1933. The BFI is a registered ...

From October 10 to 20 the Belgian city Gent will host the 44th edition of its Film Fest. On the 21st September took place the program release, announcing the full ...

On the 10th September the fourth edition of Photofairs | Shangai closed with more than 30 thousand visitors and excellent sales. 

Human Hotel is a travel community founded by a social design studio based in Copenhagen. It brings together local artists, creative people and visionaires, who will host people from all ...

For the fourth time, The International Landscape Photographer of the Year has opened the selections and it's now possible to submit your works until the 12th of November, or until ...

Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, who is known for Blue Is The Warmest Colour, Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno is a three-hour long film on youth.