COLORISTIC

 

Cover story for
Frankfurter Allgemeine QUARTERLY

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Alexander Straulino
Styling: Isabel Kibler

 


ACCESSOIRES 

 

Editorial Project for L'OFFICIEL HOMMES Germany

 

Fashion Editor: Christian Stemmler
Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Sabrina Theissen

Hair & Grooming: Hauke Krause / Kult Artists

Models: Boyd Gates / Nest Model Management, Oskar Landstroem 


PHOTO SERIES FOR STANGE DESIGN 


Client STANGE DESIGN GmbH 


Art Direction & Set Design, Set Styling: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Anne Deppe
Production: Studio Chérie Production 
Selected objects from: UrbanaraOf Berlin,
Edgar Home, Na.Hili, Snooze Project, Pedrali made available by mycs.com.

 


MUSTER PROJECT 


Client SOLAR UND FOTOGRAFEN

 

Art Direction & Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography:  Anne Deppe

 


STILL LIFE FOR BIKINI BERLIN


Client BIKINI BERLIN

 

Art Direction: Daniel Schnitterbaum
Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography:  Emma Hartvig

Production: Kemmler Kemmler


LIP MANIA

 

DIOR Editorial for GLAMOUR Mag

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Alexx and Anton
Make-Up: Norman Pohl for Dior
Hair: Heiko Palach

 

 


DOMESTIC STORIES


Editorial Project for iGNANT
Published on GESTALTEN.de

 

Set Design & Styling: Kristine Alksne & Pernille Andersen
Photography: Clara Sokol

Production: Studio Chérie Production

 


CHIC? TAKE IT EASY!


Editorial Project for GRAZIA Mag

Germany, UK

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography:  Dan Beleiu

Production & Styling: Christiane Graf


 NACH STRICK UND FADEN


Editorial Project for SZ Magazine

 

Art Direction: Alexis Zurflueh
Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Sabrina Theissen
Styling: Kathi Kauder


CHAIR DESIGN


with pieces by Jäll & Tofta, Thonet,
Objekte Unserer Tage
and E15


Art Direction & Set Styling: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Anne Deppe
Production: Studio Chérie Production 


Out of the Jar - GESTALTEN

 

Art Direction & Set Design: Kristine Alksne

Production: Studio Chérie Production

In collaboration with graphic designer: Jeannine Moser

 


BERLIN_2016/1 


Client FINDEISEN GmbH
Brand FLURSTÜCK 


Art Direction: Kristine Alksne
Set Design & Styling: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Anne Deppe
Production: Studio Chérie Production 


SUMMER MOOD 

 

Client STYLEBOP.COM
Social media shoot

 

Art Direction & Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Terry Whitaker
Production: Studio Chérie Production 

 


ALGIER 

 

Editorial Project for A/SH Mag

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Julia von der Heide

Styling: Saskia Schmidt


TWO OF A KIND

 

Editorial Project for iGNANT

 

Art Direction & Set Styling: Kristine Alksne
Photography:  Alexander Coggin
Production: Studio Chérie Production

 

 


TEXTURAL FRAGMENTAL


Editorial Project for OE Magazine


Art Direction & Set Styling: Kristine Alksne &
Pernille Andersen
Photography: Matthias Piket
Production: Studio Chérie Production 

 

A visual story of poetry, new tendencies, experimental processes, materials and textures in contemporary jewelry, conceived and executed by Kristine AlksneStudio Chérie‘s set stylist & art director, and fellow set stylist Pernille Andersen. All pieces are taken from three exclusive contemporary jewelry boutiques in Berlin.


TRAPPED IN STRIPES

 

Editorial Project for Mag 74

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Alexander Straulino
Concept & Styling: Isabel Kibler
Hair & Make-up: Oliver Szilagyi
Production: Oliver Szilagyi 

 

 

 


COLORISTIC

 

Editorial Project for Mag 74

 

Art Direction & Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography: Alexander Straulino
Styling: Isabel Kibler
Production: Oliver Szilagyi


EXHIBITIONIST 2013

 

Set Design: Kristine Alksne
Photography & Retouching: Zoe Noble
Designer: Arita Varzinska 


BERLIN–RIGA. SCORES FOR INDETERMINATE PLACES

 

Exhibition Set Design: Kristine Alksne

 

Curators:
Ieva Astahovska, Antra Priede, Kristine Alksne  (LCCA, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Centre)

 

Artists:

Valdis Abolins, Kristine Alksne, Evelina Deicmane in collaboration with Pauline Recke, Ulrich Vogl, Ivars Gravlejs, Benjamin Greber, Inga Abiete, Romans Korovins, Maija Kurševa in collaboration with Edgars Jurjans, as well as the Finnish performance art group T.E.H.D.A.S.

 

Exhibition supporters: State Culture Capital Foundation, Goethe Institute Riga, Riga City Council, Senate of Berlin and the Art Academay of Latvia.


Kanepes Cultural centre, Riga, Latvia

2013.04

 


PARALLEL CHRONOLOGIES. INVISIBLE HISTORY OF EXHIBITIONS

 

Exhibition Set Design: Kristine Alksne

 

Curators:
Ieva Astahovska (LCCA, Latvian Centre for Contemporary)

Dovile Tumpytė (Vilnius National Art Gallery)

Mari Laanemets (Art History Institute at Tallinn Art Academy)

Dora Hegyi, Zsuzsa Laszlo (tranzit.hu)

 

 

Exhibition Parallel Chronologies. Invisible History of Exhibitions investigates the exhibitions as a cultural phenomenon and a genre on its own right focusing on the period determined by the state socialisms of the Eastern European region. The exhibition will offer insight about significant but now less known events in Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, displaying parallels and differences between them. 

The research project Parallel Chronologies, launched by contemporary art initiative tranzit.hu, is dealing with postwar Eastern European art exhibitions and events between the 1960s and 1980s. Mapping, studying and generating curatorial and artistic practices and methodologies, the project presents an international network of professional relationships, documents of exhibitions, events, and art spaces instead of the mere display of artworks from the period. Parallel Chronologies has been presented so far as an exhibition in Budapest in 2009, and in Karlsruhe in 2010. Exhibition is part of the international cooperation project Recuperating the Invisible Past coordinated by LCCA that focus on the ‘revision' of the socialist period in art and culture legacy of the former Eastern Europe from a contemporary perspective.

The international partners of the project are: tranzit.hu in Budapest, Art History Institute at Tallinn Art Academy, Vilnius National Art Gallery and Art Institute Wyspa in Gdansk.

Organized by Latvian Centre for Contemporary

Riga Art Space, Riga, Latvia

2011.05