Beauty is raw and untouched and during fashion week; a period when both the chaos of beauty and fashion are celebrated, we observe powerhouses like Vogue Italia embracing real women in their editorials. Women such as Malaysian photographer, Nadirah Zakariya who is well known for her solo exhibition in Kuala Lumpur titled, Girlhood that focuses on women’s relationship with each other and Nadirah’s personal experience with sisterhood. Nadirah holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and has exhibited her photos in major cities including London, Paris and San Francisco.
JUST in case you haven’t noticed, the second volume of Odd One Out is here! Months ago, readers of the first volume were left hungry for more — no surprise as this bi-annual magazine pushes the envelope in local magazine-making.
Minggu lepas semasa di Festival Filem Antarabangsa Kemboja (CIFF), The Daily Seni berkesempatan untuk meluangkan masa bersama pengarah muda berbakat Malaysia, Nik Amir Mustapha, yang turut berada di Kemboja kerana kedua-dua filemnya tersenarai di dalam festival filem tersebut.
LOQUE knows something about being misunderstood as an artist in Malaysia. Here is the composer/songwriter-producer/singer-musician on a Butterfingers reunion, why people insist on misspelling ‘monoloQue‘, fan acceptance of his musical evolution and the workaholism keeping him frantically busy scoring and writing for film.