See Through Issue 2
SEE- THOUGH ISSUE 2
/ RADICAL DIVERSITY
We started publishing SEE-THROUGH as a homage to our community, to the creatives, artists, makers, crafters, models, photographers, musicians who have been sticking around for the last 10 Marques’Almeida years.
For the second issue, we welcome new ones. They bring us RADICAL DIVERSITY and we turn it into a radical community of collective geniuses around the world asserting their values, identities and being free. We could not be more humbled to be a vehicle for these voices and expressions to be shared and to foster knowledge, strength and kinship.
M’A clothes were shipped in boxes to Lisbon, New Dehli, London and Belém to be put at use by young talented photographers, stylists, visual artists and activists to turn our clothes into something else much more powerful.
Labô Young is a visual artist and stylist. His work talks about the power of Amazonian culture and the importance of passing on ancestral knowledge in his family, which are reflected in the techniques he uses when making his works with plants, straws and tree seeds. Evar Hussayini’s multi-disciplinary practice and research are focused on Kurdish genealogies, visibility, colonial violence in archives and their relationship with the trajectory of Kurdish feminism and Kurdish womanhood. New Dehli based Nishanth Radhakrishnan is an Indian photographer exploring and documenting disappearing cultural gems and compelling human interest stories. Rui Palma is a photographer based in Lisbon, he shoots fashion and authorial projects, his work focuses on the body and the multiplicity of its representations.
Check our SEE-THROUGH 2 at marquesalmeida.com
Curated by: Sofia Lemos Marques
Graphic Design by: Studio Waba
Contributions by: Labô Young, Evar Hussayini, Nishanth Radhakrishnan, Rui Palma.
Thank you to Portugal Fashion
Edited by: Marques’Almeida