Now on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery, a maze of an installation offers a new perspective on old works.
Letters Live: Louise Brealey In an age of Tinder and ephemeral exchanges, a full scale love story forged by pen is almost inconceivable. Yet rewind to World War II and this was how Chris Barker, a signalman in North Africa, and Bessie Moore, his former post office colleague began a lifelong romance.
In an era when private moments were in fact private and snapshots truly intimate, the fashion reporter and photographer partied with and documented Europe’s beau monde. For T, she opens her rarely seen archives from the 1960s and ’70s and speaks about those days.
We like the Swiss Alps. We think they are one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world, filled with wonderful resorts with classy coffee and treacherous ski runs.
Like a good book, landscape invites willing viewers to immerse themselves in a new world and explore. They invite interactions between people and places, changing perspectives – sparking connections.
After a 15-year hiatus as a music video director and having art and sculpture exhibitions at renowned establishments such as the Vatican, the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Lawrence Carroll returns to music with video for The Verve Pipe’s “Overboard.”
The design world often finds itself drawn into opposing camps—modern versus traditional, functional versus decorative, restraint versus excess. But Anna Karlin will not play along.
“I’m fomo-phobic,” says Ana Kraš, composing herself on a couch in a SoHo caf
If, as the saying goes, having a little good luck is sometimes the most brilliant planning, then Samuel Amoia must be one of the greatest planners on the design scene today.
Creating an appealing post-modern rockabilly sound for the Camden Town crowd may seem like a challenge, but the London-based siblings Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis Durham make it appear effortless.