“We had to sneak some celebrity’s horse out of a stable while they weren’t there; we had to film at the bat caves in L.A. when the rangers weren’t around; we had to jump our friend’s fence to film at his pool because he forgot he was going to be out of town,” Andy Clockwise explains.
Faz Que Vai (Set to Go) By day, Ryan Neves dances for tourists in the costal town of Olinda, by night he is Alice, a club performer in the bustling centre of Recife, Northeastern Brazil. For this film exploring the relationship between body and camera, artist and former photojournalist Bárbara Wagner enlisted locals to perform regional dance styles. Set to an original composition by the Bomba do Hemetério Popular Orchestra, the above excerpt sees Neves take on the lively Faz que vai (Set to go) step.
Astropol is a new kind of super group formed in Stockholm and composed of indie music staples Bj
We are really enjoying the new work of Sergei Isupov, a ceramic artist born in Russia and currently living in Virginia.
Lawrence Weiner’s Realm of Distance “The word is how you see the object,” says American artist Lawrence Weiner, as he talks through his site-specific works installed at Blenheim Palace. It’s a theme that has underpinned the conceptualist’s work since the beginning of his career—his 1968 book Statements describes works that were never made, suggesting art need only be read about to exist
Nicole Dollanganger aligns herself with both the precious and the grotesque.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of A Tribe Called Quest’s debut album, People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm .
After spending only one day in the studio to record their 2013 debut The Ghost of Escondido , the independent Nashville-based duo Escondido will return with their sophomore effort Walking with a Stranger in February.