The prolific documentarian Alex Gibney, who finds intrigue — and Oscar acclaim — in subjects rich in ambiguity, takes on the Church of Scientology.
Adam Cohen: Love Is The son of iconic folk artist Leonard, Adam Cohen’s lullaby lyrics are intentionally ordinary. Made up of a list of rom-com clichés – and referencing everything from Romeo and Juliet to Buddha – “Love Is” acts as a universal ode to all couples. “I was attracted to the idea of speaking about love using a very large, all-inclusive palette,” Cohen explains
This past Saturday Sofles Graffiti Mapped premiered at White Night Melbourne which was a giant festival that over 500,000 people attended. This mural is Sofles' largest to date at over 5 stories high
London-based photographer, Emily Stein has photographed a wide range of subjects, but we are especially fond of her playful series entitled Bubblegum.
Dan Colen: American Pastoral The Dan Colen of 2015 is quite a transformation from the enfant terrible of art who rose to notoriety in the early part of the noughties with friends Ryan McGinley and the late Dash Snow. Instead of the fabled drug- and alcohol-fueled nights, these days the artist indulges in early runs and farm-fresh food cultivated on his own, rather ironically named Sky High Farm in Upstate New York.
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With his handcrafted, fully functioning boomboxes, the artist Tom Sachs celebrates a bygone analog era, and reflects on what’s been lost now that all the world’s music can reside in our pockets.
The Argentine artist, whose work has drawn support from John Baldessari and Paul McCarthy, has two concurrent upcoming exhibitions in London and New York.
S. Carey’s latest EP, Supermoon , proves that the most gentle of approaches is capable of tackling the most grandiose subject matter
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.