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Born in Buenos Aires and based in New York, German Palacio is an electronic musician, video and multimedia artist with a free spirit and plenty of projects. One of these is the--mostly solo--venture called Ulisespal, and its sound is warm and texture.
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Who knows if Gabriel Garcia Marquez might have suspected it. “100 Years Of Solitude”, his literary masterpiece, has inspired a fashion collection. It’s called “Magical Realism”, and is by Tata Christiane.
Tata Christiane is a fashion and costume label founded by Julie Bourgeois and Hanrigabriel. It offers both one-off and serial pieces, as well as costumes for theatre, concerts, movies and artistic installations.
The disturbed soul is a thing of beauty for Tata Christane. Absurd, decadent, excessive and extravagant. Playing on that fine line that separates elegance and kitsch, digging up ancient memories sewn together into sublime pieces covered by a veil of irony.
"Magical Realism" navigates in an ocean of inspirations. Starting from the idea connected to its title, "magical realism", coined for the first time in 1925 by Franz Roh to define a particular literary genre in which the magical elements blend with the realistic ones, creating something entirely new.
The walls in which the objective world is enclosed, collapse. All that remains is a “city of mirrors”, as defined by Julie Bourgeois and visualized by Valquire Veljkovic in his own way, in the photo shoot. A mysterious labyrinth of subjectivity, with simulated emotions, a mix of motifs and textiles, feathers and frou-frou. In one expression, a fantastic “Magical Realism”
http://www.tatachristiane.com

Who knows if Gabriel Garcia Marquez might have suspected it. “100 Years Of Solitude”, his literary masterpiece, has inspired a fashion collection. It’s called “Magical Realism”, and is by Tata Christiane.

Tata Christiane is a fashion and costume label founded by Julie Bourgeois and Hanrigabriel. It offers both one-off and serial pieces, as well as costumes for theatre, concerts, movies and artistic installations.

The disturbed soul is a thing of beauty for Tata Christane. Absurd, decadent, excessive and extravagant. Playing on that fine line that separates elegance and kitsch, digging up ancient memories sewn together into sublime pieces covered by a veil of irony.

"Magical Realism" navigates in an ocean of inspirations. Starting from the idea connected to its title, "magical realism", coined for the first time in 1925 by Franz Roh to define a particular literary genre in which the magical elements blend with the realistic ones, creating something entirely new.

The walls in which the objective world is enclosed, collapse. All that remains is a “city of mirrors”, as defined by Julie Bourgeois and visualized by Valquire Veljkovic in his own way, in the photo shoot. A mysterious labyrinth of subjectivity, with simulated emotions, a mix of motifs and textiles, feathers and frou-frou. In one expression, a fantastic “Magical Realism”

http://www.tatachristiane.com