One of Los Angeles’s most anticipated exhibitions of the year, it is also one of the city’s most seductive, inscrutable and generally impressive shows in recent memory.
A new memoir by the onetime frontwoman of The Slits is titled “Clothes, Clothes, Clothes.
Following this year’s inauguration of the Mus
Matthew Davidson is a model on the rise.
One might say it’s rare for a musician to drop her debut single featuring an artist as prominent as Common, but that’s exactly what happened for Swedish R&B singer Snoh Aalegra.
Despite what might seem like a dark and possibly depressing name, music produced by London-based trio Sunless ’97 is far from sunless.
Guy Bourdin: Image Maker Guy Bourdin moved the fashion shoot far beyond the mere touting of garments and into a world redolent of sex, violence and the macabre through his frequently shocking commercial campaigns and editorial work. As today’s fashion culture testifies, in this the influential Parisian photographer was prescient, not least his view that the product is incidental—what matters is the image. On the set of his meticulously executed shoots, Bourdin would sometimes bring out a super-8 cine camera, a technique showcased here in one of several pieces from a new London show of his work from 1955 to 1987.
Plus, a calligraphy master on view in New York, photos of Soviet atomic test sites and more happenings to see in the week ahead.
After years working as a songwriter for Cash Money, Universal, and individual producers, Marissa Jack’s new project is a bold escape from the expectations and opinions of affected record label execs. Basically, she’s like Katy Perry, but with an actual message for the world.
Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.