Francis Mallmann: Carne Knowledge In Argentina, meat is a matter of national pride. On average, each Argentinian eats 63kg of meat a month–roughly 2kg a day. And they do not only eat it, they celebrate it.
Four exhibitions in New York and Dallas this winter and spring will showcase the work of Kazuo Shiraga, known as the “foot painter” of the underrepresented Gutai Art Association.
The 26-year-old rapper’s first film, “Dope,” a hip-hop-driven comedy in which he plays a drug dealer named Dom, is an early favorite to win the festival’s audience award.
A 20-piece collection of the timeless “clothes for heroes” found at the designer’s fabled London store launches at the boutique Feb. 9.
Known for her life-size wood cutouts of creatures, humans, and objects that expand on her background as a theater set designer, the artist Z Behl has shaped a practice that draws on myths and fairytales while it creates new ones.
White Whale The Arctic tern or Sterna paradisaea is a seabird that migrates the length of the world from its breeding grounds in the Arctic Circle to winter in the Antarctic. In 2014, Barcelona-born skipper Albert Bargués decided to emulate the birds’ annual journey and spend a year captaining his aptly named boat The Sterna, with the (ultimately unrealized) goal to spend 365 days in total daylight.
Parker Ito opened his biggest show over the weekend with the help of skilled painters, studio assistants and even a catchy pseudonym.
Taking Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type” into their own hands, New York-based duo ASTR put an original spin onto the hit song.
If you’re interested in modern music, Oliver Ackermann is a good person to pay attention to.
On Design: Ilse Crawford When asked to choose an everyday, perhaps overlooked item with brilliant design, the British academic, designer and creative director Ilse Crawford chose the hand-blown ‘Bellman’ drinking glass—devised by Ingegerd Råman for the storied Swedish brand Skruf Glassworks—as the object of her enduring affection.