Pure White @ Kilimanjaro

“To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” Henri Cartier-Bresson

“Pure White” is an exhibition on the glaciers of Kilimanjaro, a sensation of weightlessness and lightness, confronted with the power of nature. Caroline  highlights the simplicity of the landscape by emphasizing the abstract conceptualization of the views.

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Traffic Jam in Manhattan


“These streets will make you feel brand new, big lights will inspire you. Let’s hear it for New York.” Jay-Z and Alicia Keys.

Capturing the details of the Big City, she roams trough  the streets of Manhattan in search of unique moments as if they were stolen from the real life of New York.

 “Traffic jam in Manhattan” are unusual  pictures of America “stars and stripes”, snow-covered streets, traffic jams and  vertical facades on Park Avenue. They are as well clichés with pure geometry,  softened by a human presence or a bit of and anarchistic nature that lingers in the heart of the city.

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I love Zoute

“Life is like a rainbow. You need both rain and sun to make its colors appear.”

This exhibition shares the passion of Caroline Notté with a patchwork of graphic and surreal images made from a swirl of colours and clichés. With this work, she shows her fascination about the power of nature and its abstract beauty. She brings us through fantastic landscapes, in an intense world where the reality of spectacular views and infinite perspectives, can only be coloured.

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Kill Biee -Doll never Dies @ Honk Kong


Dolly Last Supper, KILL BIIE D02-(71) low res ©Phil Akashi & Caroline Notté

Freedoll to Sex 2, KILL BIIE D02 (65) low res ©Phil Akashi & Caroline Notté

Freedoll to Sex PANO, KILL BIIE D02-(41)Panorama low res ©Phil Akashi & Caroline Notté

Punk Rock Dolls, KILL BIIE D01-(167) low res ©Phil Akashi & Caroline Notté

Life is Dollyful, KILL BIIE D02-(173) low res ©Phil Akashi & Caroline Notté


Phil Akashi and his sister Caroline Notté question the evolution and the future of women in today’s societies. Through images that are powerful, positive and symbolic, the duo Akashi-Notté raises the fair sex to a pinnacle considering the Woman as an indispensable element linked to the survival of man.

Using the icon “Barbie doll” and going beyond the doll’s cosmetic aspect, the duo amaze by their aesthetic and ferocious approach. This result in a astonishing message tinged with an incredible emotion. 

Akashi-Notté bare the image of women and tease with a series of dramatic scenes combining humor and tragedy. Chinese symbols are tattooed on the dolls to add meaning to their message. Branded like cattle, the Barbie dolls cut loose, provoke and put up a fight. The artists consider women will always adapt to future challenges because they have a 6th sense, the ability to adapt and anticipate. The woman is the key driving force of our society. Everlasting, the modern woman is immortal…. “Doll never dies.”

* « Biie » means « pussy » in Mandarin Chinese

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“In nature, light creates the color. In the picture, color creates the light.” Hans Hofmann