Directors’ Cuts: His Nipple Nipples are headline news in 2016—everything from outcry at women breastfeeding in public to some social media platforms’ strict guidelines about showing this part of the female body.
This past weekend, Luke Pelletier continued his strong run of new works with a solo show, “If It Floats…” at New Image Art Gallery in Los Angeles. The show is open through September 17, 2016.
As in many great New York novels, the metropolis at the center of Imbolo Mbue’s debut, Behold the Dreamers (Random House), is fraught with promise and peril.
Make way for your new favourite electronic dreamboat, Jason Nolan. Despite years of insistence to his mother that he does NOT look like the lead character from
“They were cursed with the divine gift of having a messy life to go on living,” Tim Murphy writes of those spared the death sentence of AIDS in his brilliant new book Christodora ( Grove Atlantic).
Gundelach is repeatedly classified as a DJ turned solo artist—a characterization that is more of a credit to the impact he’s made on Oslo’s club scene rather than a fitting description of his musicianship.
Helen Eriksson and Jessica Roberts show us how to do mullets, tweed and everything in between. Cream bodysuit by TOMMY HILFIGER, brown plaid
Our favourite curator Antonia Marsh is back in town with a bog standard show. I met my best friend in a toilet.
Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Directors’ Cuts: Life’s a Bitch French-Canadian director François Jaros talks about his tragi-comedy Life’s a Bitch: “Can we squeeze an entire feature into five minutes?