What a thrill to stand in front of David Bowie’s record player and imagine him pulling favourite albums by atonal noisemaker Glenn Branca or pioneering Dutch geeks The Electrosoniks from a shelf in his New York home and blasting them out to Iman or Brian Eno, at neighbour-bothering volumes.
Opening at The Photographers' Gallery, the exhibition ‘Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity’ consists of a selection of photographs from a range of time periods and locations.
Bill Cunningham, the New York Times‘ ubiquitous man-on-the-street photographer whose life and work was the subject of Richard Press’ acclaimed 2010 documentary Bill Cunningham New York, died Saturday 25/6 in New York at 87.
As part of the 2016 Setouchi Triennale, Brazilian-born Japanese artist Oscar Oiwa has painted an immersive artwork inside a 40ft inflatable vinyl dome.
Animato evokes movement, flow, especially in the city, inert mineral structure contrasting with the organic and alive side of men crossing from side to side, like an arrow.
Mark Valmarana tell the story of Milan through its stores and the charm of the city of Milan can be summed up modern Italian life.
Jan Rösler Architekten reorganised a Wilhelminian style apartment in the trendy district Kreuzberg in the centre of Berlin.
Trying to gauge the personality of an artist through their art is usually a futile exercise, but the work of David Shrigley almost demands some sort of layman psychoanalysis.
Casa Malaparte "A house like me" — announced Curzio Malaparte, a poet and egomaniac, describing his villa on Capri. There are only a few buildings in the world which illustrate such antique beauty and mystical charm; Karl Lagerfeld has photographed the most elegiac one.
A book whose origins lie in a hand-printed work and a retrospective graphic approach. In rediscovering the sensuality of materials, the human variable generates uniqueness, an eclectic privilege in the midst of the digital age.