The “new law” & child labour in Bolivia

For about two years Bolivia allows children as young as 10 to work legally which has led to sharp criticism from many international human rights groups – what has changed...

YOUTH IN POLAND

Youth in Poland: Nonconformists, artists, outsiders, loners, rebels, skaters, homosexuals. Karolina Sekula has been portraying them for nearly ten years. That’s her natural environment. They are not connected by blood ties...

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Stuck on the move: a story by Dániel Gerse

Since the eruption of the war in Ukraine, more than 5 million refugees have entered EU countries and enjoy free movement and hospitality on their whole territory. Not having documents,...

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The Dairy Art Centre – London

Blossoms are blooming around London, as the spring finally decided to turn up. And not only flowers are blooming in the city. This week a new art centre opened in…

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Opens

Friday, June 1, following a five-week construction process, the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei was opened to the public. It is the latest…

Designing The Extraordinary: Thomas Haetherwick At The V&A

Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor – eugenia.gotti@positive-magazine.com Where : London, Victoria and Albert museum Exhibition: Haetherwick Studio: Designing The Extraordinary The V&A presents the first major solo...

Smoking Chefs by Jan Enkelmann

In the noisy bustle of London’s West End, Jan Enkelmann has been looking for sanctuaries of quietness and contemplation. He found them in the back alleys and doorways of Chinatown....

A Colourful Serpentine

In June 2015 Serpentine Galleries (Kensington Gardens, London) celebrates the 15th anniversary of the world-renowned Pavilion commission with a psychedelic, colourful Serpentine. This year’s design by Madrid-based architects SelgasCano shows an...

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