José Parlá‘s “Broken Language” exhibition at Haunch of Venison served as the artists first UK show since his significant “Adaptation/Translation” event back in 2008. Those in attendance were treated to a heavily calligraphy-based approach to his latest works – with layers of street ephemera like ripped posters and advertisements employed as part of his “empire of fragmented cacophonies, observed performances, palimpsestic musical gestures, and topographical compositions governing the essence of the cities he has traveled through.” “Broken Language” runs through March 28.
- All Sections
HYPEBEAST 100: The innovators from all realms of creativity in the spotlight.
With in-depth interviews, focused features and fashion-forward editorials, our print publication features long-form coverage of the topics valued by readers.
Explore and be inspired by the latest women's fashion news and trends.